Melanocytes are the cells responsible for producing the skin pigment called “melanin,” which gives color to the skin and protects the skin from the sun’s UV rays.
Vitiligo is a condition in the skin that takes place when melanocyte cells die and stop producing melanin.
People with “Vitiligo” lose pigment in patches of normally pigmented skin, which is replaced by flat, white patches with irregular borders.
I can help my clients with two different procedures that correct “Vitiligo.”
These include Melanocyte Restoration and Camouflage procedures.