Dealing with Vitiligo early before you have much coverage is, of course, best. Low body coverage is quick, easy to treat, and has a very high success ratio.
Determining Low Body Coverage
There are two reasons for low body coverage in vitiligo cases.
- It could be that your Vitiligo began recently, less than 3 years ago.
- You could have focal Vitiligo. In this case, the Vitiligo appears as a few spots. These spots are about 5cm appearing in one area of the body. If these lesions spread they spread very slowly. Generally, this type of Vitiligo does not appear on joint areas.
More About Vitiligo
These white spots appear without any other symptoms. In other words Vitiligo is not contagious nor debilitating. Often, the first time you will even realize you have Vitiligo spots is during summer when your skin is tanned. The chances of cancer in these areas is less than for someone without Vitiligo. Researches believed people with Vitiligo have natural protection against skin cancer. Vitiligo can appear at any age and also on any skin colour tone.
Vitilox Pigmentation Cream and Vitamin B12 and folic acid is used in the treatment of patients with a low body coverage. Results typically appear within 2 to 6 weeks once treatment begins. Furthermore to ensure lasing results continuing using Vitilox vitamins 3 to 6 months after full coverage is achieved.
The Vitilox pigmentation cream penetrates deep into the skin thereby causing the stimulation of Melanocytes. Melanocytes in turn produce the pigment which gives your skin its natural colour.
Vitamin B12 and folic acid lowers stress levels. Researches have found that people with Vitiligo lack certain elements in their body. Vitamin B12 and folic acid replenishing the body with these vital ingredients.
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