Treatment For Vitiligo skin condition
There are several treatments for vitiligo, but it depends on the stage the infected person is suffering from. If the areas are small and discreet, it is possible to use cosmetic creams that will hide them but will not solve the problem. It will reoccur again, and this time, it may even get worse.
For larger vitiligo, it is advisable to carry out phototherapy with UVB radiation. These are sessions (about two or three per week) that induce partial repigmentation. There is also photochemotherapy using the PUVA method, during which the skin is exposed to UVA rays in combination with oral intake of psoralen, two or three hours before exposure. Psoralen has been noticed to make the skin more sensitive to the rays and initiate melanin production.
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To get rid of vitiligo and reduce the depigmentation that comes with it, it is possible to use natural treatments. Evening primrose oil and aloe vera are known to improve the appearance of the skin and to even out pigmentation. This option is cheaper and easier than visiting a dermatology clinic but might not be very effective.
It is also recommended to apply sunscreen to protect you from the sun, as the depigmented areas are not protected by melanin. To regenerate melanin, it is possible to produce radish poultices that will be applied to affected areas.
Finally, vitiligo is attenuated by papaya, which is known for its activating properties of melanocytes. It is necessary to use the papaya as a poultice by making a puree or to consume it in juice.
Get Rid Of Vitiligo Once And For All
Vitiligo can be treated at home using papaya and other options with melanocytes restoration properties. However, visiting a dermatology clinic London will ensure a quicker and better result.
Clear skin London creates an unrivalled result. We specialise in a whole lot of skin conditions and implement an effective treatment mechanism that prevents re-occurrence. Book an appointment online or visit our clinic to seek the assistance of our dermatologist