Mojgan Azimi | Melanocyte Restoration
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Melanocyte Restoration

Melanocytes are the cells in the epidermal layer of the skin that produce the natural pigmentation known as melanin. Sometimes these cells do not function fully, causing the skin to have stark white un-pigmented areas.

Melanocyte restoration is a paramedical procedure that assists the cells in manufacturing melanin in the affected area through the insertion of a needle into the blanched section, thereby reactivating the melanocytes and restoring natural tone to the areas.