Loss of Pigmentation
When skin doesn’t produce enough melanin, some of your skin patches may become lighter than the rest of your skin tone. These white patches may either be localized or dispersed throughout the body.
Pigment melanin imparts your hair, eyes, and skin their color and is produced by melanocyte skin cells.
This disruption in melanin production can be brought about by a variety of factors including your genetics and environmental conditions. Other reasons might include burns, infection or scarring.
One can develop this skin disorder either from birth or later in life.
People of any religion or race might suffer from loss of pigmentation. If not treated may lead to complications such as social embarrassment and increased risk of cancer.
Holistic treatments such as homeopathy are very effective to treat this skin condition. By tracing the underlying cause through a proper analysis, natural homeopathic medicines are prescribed.
Skin Conditions That Can Lead to Hypopigmentation Include
It is a rare genetic disorder which results due to a defect in the gene that affects melanin production.
This causes reduced melanin and hence loss of color.
As a result, your hair and skin turns white and eyes blue in color.
Vitiligo is also known as leucoderma. Though the exact cause of vitiligo is not known yet it may be caused due to autoimmune attack where the melanocyte cells get destroyed.
The spots may occur anywhere over the body or only on specific areas.
Leucoderma treatment in homeopathy considers the physical, emotion and mental health of the patient for providing all-round relief.
Related: Homeopathy for Vitiligo
This skin condition is related to eczema and occurs mostly in children.
It involves white raised patches on the face that self heal themselves over time.
Pityriasis Alba treatment in homeopathy help recovers from these patches through all natural remedies.
Caused due to fungal infection over the skin and is caused mainly in tropical and subtropical regions.
People who sweat a lot or have oily skin are more prone to this condition
White patches that enlarge, bleed and scar.
Occurs mainly during menopause.
Acquired Conditions That Can Lead to Hypopigmentation
• Atopic dermatitis
• Contact dermatitis
• Healed blisters
• Skin infections
• Scars and burns
Homeopathy for White Patches on Skin
During your visit to a homeopath, he will study your family history, medical history,previous infections, area covered, location and quantity of spots to detect thee underlying cause.
Your homeopath might also look for moles, scars if any to access your overall skin condition.
If it occurs as a result of burning or scarring, it heals itself in weeks or months and generally, no treatment is required.
But if homeopath founds an underlying cause, timely treatment will help you recover through the annoying symptoms of hypopigmentation.
In cases of albinism, there is no complete cure, but homeopathic medicines will help manage the symptoms and prevent further complications.
Also Read: Homeopathy for Hyperpigmentation
As during albinism and lichen sclerosus, the skin may become cancer prone, a homeopath will also suggest you necessary lifestyle changes to make your life much easier.
Proper follow-ups will enable you to better manage hypopigmentation.
In case of genetic causes, though a homeopathic treatment may not completely heal but will help manage the symptoms.
Homeopathy for hypopigmentation also considers the mental and emotional state of the patient as it gives equal consideration to the trauma one faces due to this skin condition.
Homeopathic remedies optimize the melanin production so that repigmentation happens all naturally.
Homeopathic Medicines for Hypopigmentation
• Arsenic album
• Baryta Mur
• Natrum Mur
• Nux vomica
• Sulfur 30
• natrum mur
If you still have any doubt or concerns, please feel free to drop me a message at info@RChomeopathy.com.au and I will get back to you soon.
Note: Do not self-medicate any of the remedies listed above . Consult a qualified homeopath