Leucoderma white patch Vitiligo Homeopathic treatment

 



Give me a blue sky, brown mountain, silver falls and green around, Nothing more I want,is a popular saying. Nature is always wondered and admired at for its colourful beauty, the colour being the main attraction. The attraction in colour is the reason for huge sales of fairness creams. But the whiteness offered by skin disease leucoderma, is often depressing for all the sufferers.

Skin is a protective covering for our body. It protects our body from heat or cold, external germs, toxins, etc. Melanin is the colouring pigment of our body. It is mostly black in colour. Sometimes it may be brown or creamy yellow in colour. Melanocytes are the cells responsible for the formation of melanin pigment. It is present in the basal layer of the epidermis and the first layer of the dermis, i.e. melanin is present in two layers. Generally, the colour of the skin acts as a shield for rays which enter the body, i.e. colour acts like a dark film in a car which restricts UV rays.


UV rays from sunlight penetrate the epidermis as well as the dermis. This UV penetration makes melanocytes produce more melanin as a natural defence or protective mechanism. More pigmentation makes skin more opaque to prevent the body from harmful effects of UV rays. So, black skin protects us from the harmful effects of UV rays like a black umbrella. The black umbrella is the best anti UV rays shield, better than any other coloured, beach or rain umbrella. Likewise, in white skin people (even for leucoderma patients), hot sun UV rays penetrate more, putting them at risk for sunburn, skin cancer, etc.

Leucoderma is a miserable acquired skin disorder, making skin white due to loss of the melanin pigment. It is a non-contagious disease. It is otherwise termed as vitiligo. This progressive, cutaneous discolouration or depigmentation of the skin disturbs the sufferer cosmetically more and rarely functionally i.e. they feel ashamed to face the public.

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