Caroline has had vitiligo nearly 50 years. She successfully repigmented through supplementation with vitamins and UVB light treatments.
She shares her vast knowledge on the natural treatments she used for her vitiligo and her experiences on her blog www.thevitpro.com The use of two treatments at the same time is called combination therapy. The studies behind the effectiveness of combining these two therapies at the same time and more can be found in our new book The Use of Vitamin Therapy for the Treatment of Vitiligo by Audrey VanStockum. Taking dietary supplements such as Recouleur® and using phototherapy is a research backed approach to vitiligo treatment that has yielded some good results. Recouleur® makes it easy to know which vitamins to take for vitiligo.
Caroline’s positive mental attitude is contagious. Thank goodness vitiligo is not!
Having vitiligo, not knowing the course of this skin pigmentation disorder, struggling for good vitiligo treatment information can be discouraging. Be inspired by these positive pointers from her vitiligo blog:
If you have vitiligo, don’t put your life on hold. One day more effective treatments will be freely available. But, until then, my advice to everyone looking for vitiligo solutions is:
1. stay cheerful and get on with life;
2. try my protocol (or any other non-risky treatments that have been proven to be effective);
3. support each other, because no one else really knows what it is like to have this condition.
Her recent blog post reviews our new book The Use of Vitamin Therapy for the Treatment of Vitiligo. She shares her personal insights as a person trying out natural vitiligo treatments long term ultimately repigmenting her vitiliginous skin through blending dietary supplements and light therapy.
Caroline furthers this “Of course, there are no guarantees with any vitiligo treatment, so I have no idea if the virtually total re-pigmentation I have achieved is possible for everyone. But perhaps my experience will at least offer some encouragement to others who may have given up hope of ever seeing their natural skin colour return. “