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Remember Nashville Mom Scarlet and Her Son Leo? Well Leo’s vitiligo is doing great with Recouleur®

Remember Nashville Mom Scarlet and Her Son Leo? Well Leo’s vitiligo is doing great with Recouleur®.

We first wrote about Nashville Mom Scarlet and her son trying Recouleur® vitamins for vitiligo in October 2020. https://recouleur.com/blog/a-nashville-moms-vitiligo-story/

Since then Leo has continued to take Recouleur®.  Mostly daily but sometimes he forgets. His vitiligo started after he tripped while running.

Read about their findings and Leo’s progress in Scarlet’s Family Focus blog.

Mom Scarlet and son Leo are very happy with the improvement to his vitiligo skin condition. “We are very happy with Leo’s progress. I feel so glad to know that Recouleur® is providing my son with the nutritional support he needs.”

Here are photos of his vitiligo skin from September 2020 and April 2021.

Recouleur® is a Dietary Supplement with a patented formula that fills in vitamin and mineral deficiencies commonly found in people with vitiligo.  While this mother and son are aware that not everyone will experience repigmentation from vitamins alone, they are pleased with Leo’s nutritional needs being meet and seeing his vitiligo stopped spreading.

Why Do I Have White Spots On My Skin?

There are a variety of reasons for white spots on skin.  They could be any of these:

  • tinea versicolor (fungus)
  • guttate hypomelanosis (sunspots)
  • pityriasis alba (vestige from eczema)
  • vitiligo

White spots on the skin are the absence of melanin – the pigment that colors the skin. Melanin colors the hair and eyes too. Sometimes these white skin spots cover a large area or can be small specks.  The spots that are depigmented can be any of the above skin conditions.

Melanin not only colors hair, skin, and eyes, it protects your skin from harmful sun rays.  Since the melanin is absent, these white skin patches will be more sensitive to the sun and prone to sunburn. If you will be exposed to the sun, consider using sunscreen to protect these sun-sensitive areas of skin. Whether you are standing outside waiting for the bus or at a backyard barbecue, these are all times outdoors and sunscreen should be used.

A dermatologist can diagnose your specific skin condition with the aid of a Wood’s lamp. With vitiligo, a Wood’s light makes the white spots fluoresce bright white, making them clearly visible in contrast to the normal skin color, even if the normal skin is very pale.  Occasionally a biopsy is needed.

Some people choose to cover up their white skin spots with camouflage cosmetics. Some people are at ease with their unevenly colored skin. While others flaunt their white spots.  Whether you choose to conceal the white patches on your skin, reveal them, show them off is up to you.

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A Nashville Mom’s Vitiligo Story

Meet Scarlet. Her son Leo was diagnosed with vitiligo at age three.  And so began her quest to find something to help his skin condition.
Family Focus Blog Leo Likes Recouleur for His Vitiligo
Her research lead her to a vitiligo sufferer who suggested Recouleur® vitamins.  She loves that Leo is getting the nutrition he needs to support his body’s pigmentation process.
Read about her journey and Leo’s progress in Scarlet’s Family Focus blog.