What is Vitiligo?
Vitiligo is one of the most common hypopigmentation disorders characterized by progressive loss of melanocytes. The disease is seen at an average of 0.5-1% of the world population. Vitiligo affects all genders, all races and children equally.
Vitiligo is clinically manifested by the gradual decrease in skin color (acromic macules), especially in the face, arms-legs and genital area. This situation causes a negative aesthetic appearance in humans and affects people’s self-confidence. It is also considered as a multifactorial disease in which genetic, autoimmune and neurogenic (nerve-derived) elements play a role.
What Is Pigmenting Lotion Used For?
The pigment enhancer “Pigmenting Lotion” is used in the treatment of:
• Skin depigmentation caused by any kind of burn.
The lotion contains a substance that increases melanocytes and melanin and stimulates tyrosinase enzyme activity. In addition, the calcium in it actively supports the pigmentation process of the skin by stimulating the secretion effect of melanocytes.
The skin color obtained during the treatment process can become the same with the patient’s normal skin.
It’s Effect on Vitiligo
The results of the study conducted with 300 vitiligo patients who applied the lotion to the depigmented areas of the skin as prescribed were evaluated according to the following criteria:
• Total Repigmentation: The disappearance of all depigmented areas.
• Significant Repigmentation: 75-99% repigmentation of the regions.
• Partial Repigmentation: Less than 75% repigmentation of the regions.
• No repigmentation: No effect.
• New Lesions: Increased depigmented areas.
It should be applied twice a day to areas with loss of skin color. Do not interact with sunlight or infrared light.
There are no side reactions.
Method of Application
a) Preparation of the Bottle:
First take the bottle out of the box, open the cap and attach the spray apparatus. Always shake the bottle before each use. The formation of residue does not affect product quality and functioning. (See: Expiry date).
First of all, hands should be disinfected with soap and water. After applying the lotion in sufficient amount to the depigmented areas, it should be absorbed by drawing in circles with the fingertips. Cotton or other material should not be used. Pigmenting Lotionshould be absorbed by the skin for 20 minutes and dried. It is recommended to be used every day at 12-hour intervals. A minimum of 3 months of use is required to observe the increase in pigmentation on your skin. Treatment should be continued until the desired pigmentation is achieved.
Pigmenting Lotionis used in the treatment of skin depigmentation caused by Vitiligo and burns.
Using the lotion with corticosteroids and psoralens is not recommended.
There were no contraindications in the studies.
Keep out ofreach of children. For external use only. The product is an ophthalmic irritant. Avoid contact with eyes. If the product contacts eyes, rinse with plenty of water, if irritation persists, consult a doctor.
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