Often, when a person develops Vitiligo, skin trauma from a previous injury is found in the same areas of the body. Basically, Vitiligo forms around scars left by cuts, rashes, sunburn, skin lacerations etc.

Vitiligo Skin Trauma Due to Allergies

Another cause of Vitiligo is from allergies and chemicals which damage the outer layer of the skin. This area of the skin does not heal correctly due to the immune system interpreting this skin trauma as a auto immune condition. It attacks the melanocytes (pigment producing cells) and the malfunction of these cells stops the melanin (pigment) production.

These damaged skin cells then stop producing melanin. Once melanin production stops the skin loses its natural skin tone and white spots and patches appear.

Usually, Vitiligo will remain localized to the affected areas. However, if you are predisposed to the condition it may spread to other parts of your body.

Vitiligo Due to Injury

We followed a case where the patient cut her arm badly and then began to lose pigmentation on that damaged area. This Vitiligo skin trauma case study is a classic example of how damaged skin can result in Vitiligo.

Vitilox products successfully treat Vitiligo Skin Trauma

We’d like to share this recent case where the patient’s Vitiligo started around an injury to the wrist. The photos that follow were all sent to us by the patient.

Vitilox Pigmentation Cream and Vitamins

Our patient sent us this pic once she received her Vitilox Products:

The first photo shows the patient receiving her Vitilox Pigmentation Cream and Vitilox Vitamin B12 with Folic Acid.

It can be noted that our patient experienced a cut and skin laceration to her wrist. She reports that soon after the cut healed, white patches began to show around the scar area. She then developed localized Vitiligo around her wrist.

The area being treated was small, and still in the early stages. We advised that she use the Vitilox Pigmentation Cream. We also advised the use of our Vitilox Vitamin B12’s which would not only replace essential ingredients to the skin but also prevent any further spread of Vitiligo. It’s important to stop the spread of Vitiligo while treatment is underway.

Vitiligo Skin Laceration Before Treatment

The above picture clearly shows the depigmented area to one side of the scar and how it is spreading. Untreated, the Vitiligo would spread in this area, and may even spread to other parts of her body.

Treatment in this case involved the application of the Vitilox Pigmentation Cream twice a day, evenings and mornings to the effected Vitiligo areas. The Cream absorbs quick and fast into the inner skin dermis, and stimulates the melanocytes into producing melanin (pigment again). The Vitilox Vitamin B12 and Folic acid is taken daily (one per day) and prevents the further spread of the Vitiligo. This is essential in seeing positive results.

Repairing Melanocytes

Pigmentation returning to the scar area

A few weeks later, she sent us a photo showing the patch – now half the original size.

Clearly her melanocytes have been repaired and are producing melanin (pigmentation) again.

Healing power of Vitilox

Vitiligo Skin Treatment Complete

It wasn’t long before she sent us this picture of her wrist showing no sign of Vitiligo. This case study is another example of the healing power of Vitilox.

We hope this skin trauma case study was of interest and has inspired you to persist in the treatment of your Vitiligo.

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