Vitiligo Learning Center

What is Vitiligo?

Vitiligo or leukoderma (also called leucoderma) is a condition where skin loses melanin – the pigment that colors skin, hair, and eyes. Vitiligo is characterized by skin turning white forming bright white patches on the skin.

Scientific Studies on Vitamins and Vitiligo

Vitamins and minerals are important in the treatment of vitiligo. Certain vitamins are beneficial for vitiligo. Read these studies to better understand how vitamins and minerals may help vitiligo.

Success Stories & Testimonials

Read testimonials from vitiligo friends who are taking charge with Recouleur® vitamins for vitiligo – the comprehensive supplement for those seeking the natural approach to treating vitiligo.

Vitiligo Study Participant Photo Results

See pictures of vitiligo from participants in our study. Each person showed improvement supplementing with Recouleur® daily.

Vitiligo Photograph Exhibit Gallery

A collection of skin depigmentation photographs entitled “The Sisters” taken on a beach in Brazil.

Gray Hair Support

After age 30, people lose approximately 20% of their melanocytes (pigment-producing cells) leading to gray hair. Melanocytes are cells in our hair follicles that produce melanin which pigments hair and skin. Read more at our sister site www.recouleurgrayhair.com.