Vitaligo autoimmune white skin blotches- biochemical skin dye

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astroman
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   Posted 1/12/2018 11:24 AM (GMT -7)   
Occationally people here ask about white skin spots; blotches are a better description though.

I goggle this topic a few times per year to see if there are any breakthrus.

They have noticed the same genes associated with Lupas can be found in people with Vitaligo - does not mean you will get Lupas though.

There is no cure for vitaligo. Sone people do UV but that can cause cancer.

Below is a natural weekly skin dye that triggers YOUR cells to make color for about one week. It is not a paint or make up covering - its a weekly long, bio-chemical reaction.


/vitiligocover.com/faq/

Another interesting post on vitaligo:

/www.healingwell.com/community/default.aspx?f=29&m=840612

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   Posted 1/12/2018 11:53 AM (GMT -7)   
Astro - just read your post quickly. My cousin has vitaligo, but it's mild - as I never knew she had it until a few years ago...and she is in her 40's.


So you have to do that procedure weekly forever?
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astroman
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   Posted 1/12/2018 12:44 PM (GMT -7)   
"So you have to do that procedure weekly forever?"

- with this product, yes.

You just apply it to the "albino" looking areas, then it goes to work, looks easy. These areas can not tan, so more obvious in the summer sun.

I just found it goggling today, but I did look over their info.

Hopefully there will be a cure someday. There are people who have tried holistic suppliments ect for this, with no curing. Ive applied coconut oil for 6 months under my chin and jaw line..no difference at all. Topical steroids dont help either.

Curing lyme did nothing to it.

It is not the same as the other condition caused by skin bacteria.....which starts with a "P" I think.

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   Posted 1/12/2018 2:36 PM (GMT -7)   
Wait! I've been getting these since I got Lyme. So this is Lyme related? What can I do? Nothing? I had no idea where they came from.

LymeSick 🌟
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   Posted 1/12/2018 2:38 PM (GMT -7)   
So I might get Lupus? I'm freaking out, I have enough to worry about.

I asked my Dr. what they were, he had no idea.

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   Posted 1/12/2018 2:41 PM (GMT -7)   
What's a phenol?

I've been getting them in my leg where I do my hormone injections.

Is there phenol in hormone injections?

astroman
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   Posted 1/13/2018 12:42 PM (GMT -7)   
Lyme sick -

Dont freak out. 10%-20% of the population now has some autoimmune conditions. Vitaligo wont kill you or start Lupus.

Certain genes just make some conditions more possible. Bad diets will make possible autoimmune more probable - look at diabetes obesity for an example.

In that blue link from a HW Lupus post: "Since it is the same gene as the lupus one, I thought that people here might be interested and maybe, if you want to preserve your pigment, avoid phenol containing hair dyes. I'm doing research to find a good list of those if anyone is interested..."


Phenol is a chemical in MOST hair dyes. Autoimmune conditions don't like chemicals. Chemical are inflammatory. Vitaligo is autoimmune; if you have it, avoid phenal.

Post Edited (astroman) : 1/13/2018 12:46:11 PM (GMT-7)

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