Vitiligo Skin Disease
Vitiligo is a skin disease that affects about 1 in every 100 sufferers all over the world. It is a relatively common skin disease that can be identified by the presence of white patches on theskin surface of its sufferers. Studies have established that Vitiligo is not an infectious or contagious disease. Despite this information Vitiligo sufferers worldwide continue to experience personal trauma because of the added consciousness of their skin difference and also the ignorance of those around them some of whom may treat them callously. Vitiligo skin disease causes its sufferers to have various psychosomatic illnesses like depression, stress and paranoia.
The cause of the Vitiligo skin disease is not well known but studies have pointed in the direction of autoimmune diseases. This is because this skin disorder begins to make its presence felt when the body attacks its own cells that are responsible for producing the normal skin color tone. When the skin stops or produces very low amounts of melanin, which is responsible for giving the skin its original skin color, then skin diseases like Vitiligo are seen. The chances of Vitiligo skin disease appearing on the skin are higher if the sufferer has other autoimmune disease like;
Vitiligo affects everybody of all skin colors. It is more visible in darker skin colored people because of the stark contrast of the white patches over their dark skin. Its prevalence is equal in both males and females. The Vitiligo skin disease is also known to affect land based animals. This skin disease is said to have an early onset although there are rare cases of infants below 1 year who have it. The main age groups of sufferers include persons of between age 10 and 40 years.
When a person has Vitiligo he or she may notice the white patches initially appear small in size. These patches can either remain the same size or grow larger. The edges along Vitiligo skin patches are jagged but in most cases the texture of the Vitiligo skin is similar to the original skin. A few sufferers report incidences of additional itching, rashes, redness or slight discomfort on the Vitiligo skin patches.
Vitiligo skin disease is not known to be genetic in temperament although cases have been recorded where families have Vitiligo skin disease in their genes. When Vitiligo first appears it is difficult to predict its speed of progression over time and onto other parts of the body. This has therefore made Vitiligo skin disease to be categorized in 2 broad types as follows;
Vitiligo skin disease is diagnosed in a relatively straight forward manner. Once a person notices the skin turning white in patches, he or she can visit the doctor to perform several tests to ascertain that it is indeed Vitiligo skin disease. The doctor can check the skin with the use of a Wood light. In this light Vitiligo skin appears milk white in color. The doctor can also do a skin biopsy to rule out other causes of skin pigment loss. In addition the doctor can check the levels of thyroxine in the body and also conduct a red blood cell count.
Since Vitiligo skin disease spreads with exposure to the sun, sufferers are asked to use only creams that have SPF protection from the sun. Vitiligo sufferers can lead normal lives if they adjust their mental attitude and accept their condition as controllable and treatable.
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