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Treatment for vitiligo -Huahai vitiligo hospital
Date:2018-08-11 Hit:51

 

Treatment for vitiligo is based on improving the appearance of the skin by restoring its colour.

However, the effects of treatment aren't usually permanent, and it can't always control the spread of the condition.

Your docotor may recommend:

 

 

 

Protection from the sun

Sunburn is a real risk if you have vitiligo. You must protect your skin from the sun and avoid using sunbeds.

When skin is exposed to sunlight, it produces a pigment called melanin to help protect it from ultraviolet light. However, if you have vitiligo there isn't enough melanin in your skin, so it isn't protected.

Always apply a high-factor sunscreen, ideally with a sun protection factor (SPF) of 30 or above, to protect your skin from sunburn and long-term damage. This is particularly important if you have fair skin.

Protecting your skin from the sun will also mean you don't tan as much, which will make your vitiligo less noticeable.

 

Vitamin D

If your skin isn't exposed to the sun, there's an increased risk of vitamin D deficiency. vitamin D is essential for keeping bones and teeth healthy.

Sunlight is the main source of vitamin D, although it's also found in some foods, such as oily fish.

It might be difficult to get enough vitamin D from food and sunlight alone. You should therefore consider taking a daily supplement containing 10 micrograms (mcg) of vitamin D.

 

Skin camouflage

Skin camouflage creams can be applied to the white patches of skin. The creams are specially made to match your natural skin colour. The cream blends in the white patches with the rest of your skin, making them less noticeable.

For advice about skin camouflage, your GP may refer you to the http://www.hhvitiligo.com/

 

 





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