Why is Vitix gel in the Vitiligoshop?
Vitix gel is specifically designed to support skin repigmentation by improving the body's balance of free radicals in skin cells. Unlike other treatments available on the internet, Vitix gel is based on credible research and is produced by the highly renowned French dermatology laboratory ACM. Clinical studies have shown that with regular use of Vitix gel in combination with phototherapy or exposure to the sun, this product can restore normal melanin levels and suspend or even completely prevent pigment loss.
How does the Vitix gel work?
Vitix gel works by creating a favourable environment for melanocyte cells that are responsible for producing colour in the skin. Vitix increases the probability of achieving sufficient repigmentation by 50% by normalizing the level of hydrogen peroxide in the skin. The returning of the pigment to the white spots may occur either uniformly or in small round dots where the melanocytes have not yet completely disappeared from the depigmented area. Initial results in combination with phototherapy or sunlight can be seen between the second and fourth months of use.
EXTRAMEL® - patented plant ingredient - combination of 2 highly active enzymes, has high antioxidant content, restores physiological balance of free radicals in epidermal cells, increases prooxidation ability of epidermal and melanocyte cells, decreases hydrogen peroxide concentration
Directions for use:
Apply a suitable amount of gel (4 mg / cm2) in the morning and evening for thoroughly cleansed and dry skin, including peripheral areas. Massage the gel thoroughly into the skin by swirling with your fingertips. Massage with sufficient pressure and heat to achieve optimal release and absorption of the active enzymes into the skin. When applied correctly, the initial feeling of "fine sand" will disappear (about 40 seconds). After morning application, it is advisable to expose the treatment site to sunlight for at least 0.5-1 hours a day without sunscreen and make-up. Apply ViTiX® twice daily to affected areas for 3 to 6 months.