Pigment Protection FAQ2017-07-13T20:53:26-04:00

Pigment Protection FAQ

How does repigmentation starts?2017-07-14T09:52:55-04:00

Repigmentation can happen in a few different ways.

Uniform/Progressive: Where repigmentation starts on one end and progressively moves across the affected area.
Concentric: Where it begins around the edges of the area affected and moves inward.
Follicular:  Repigmentation which begins in the hair follicles as dots and gradually expand to cover the affected area.

What is UVB phototherapy?2017-07-24T17:28:02-04:00

Phototherapy is the treatment with ultraviolet (UV) radiation with the purpose of inducing immune suppression and stimulating cytokines.

Options include:

  • Whole-body or localized broadband or narrowband UVB.
  • Excimer laser UVB targeted for small areas affected.
  • Oral, or topical photo-chemotherapy (PUVA)

Treatment is usually given twice weekly for a trial period of 3–4 months. If positive results are observed, treatment is continued until desired results are achieved or for a maximum of 1–2 years.

Phototherapy is not suitable for very fair skinned people and it is important to avoid burning the skin, as this could cause the condition to get worse.

Why a pill and not a cream?2017-07-14T10:03:16-04:00

Vitiligo happens because skin cells called melanocytes are being attacked by the immune system. Once damaged, they’re unable to produce melanin, the pigment that gives color to our skin, hair, and eyes.

These melanocytes cells are located in the bottom layer (stratum basale) of the epidermis – where the effectiveness of creams is limited.

Immunotrax Pigment Protection approach is systemic, covers your whole body and works to tackle the problem where it originates.

How long do I need to take Immunotrax Pigment Protection to see color coming back to my skin?2017-07-14T10:29:21-04:00

Re-pigmentation of the skin affected by Vitiligo is possible, though it depends on the severity of the damage sustained by the melanocytes.

The melanocytes are the cells that produce the pigment that gives your skin its natural color. If these cells have been damaged beyond repair, unfortunately in those areas, regaining natural color is no longer possible.

Those cells that didn’t sustain catastrophic damage, will begin to produce melanin once again after they heal.

How long this process takes depends on various factors – individual metabolic rate, absorption levels of the product, sun exposure, length and severity of the condition prior to taking Immunotrax Pigment Protection.

On average, customers report that the condition halts within 3 to 5 weeks and re-pigmentation is observed after 8 weeks.

How can it help me with re-pigmentation?2017-07-14T10:18:51-04:00

Immunotrax PP works by protecting the melanocytes in your skin, preventing the damage and destruction of these cells that produce melanin, the pigment responsible for your skin color. Once the melanocytes are no longer being attacked, the cells are able to heal and resume producing melanin and allowing your skin to regain its natural color. 

It is worth mentioning that Vitiligo may damage some melanocytes beyond repair, making it possible to halt discoloration, but no longer possible to regain pigmentation.

Should I continue to use after desired results are achieved?2017-07-14T10:22:40-04:00

We encourage the continued use as a preventive measure. With that said, once desired results are achieved, we recommend using for an additional month before discontinuing use.

It is important to mention that, the antioxidants in Immunotrax also offer numerous other health benefits such as:

  • Prevents macular degeneration (a leading cause of vision loss).
  • Reduces the risk of Alzheimer’s.
  • Reduces the risk of type II Diabetes.
  • Protects DNA from free radicals.
  • Lowers the risk of heart disease.
Are there any side effects?2017-03-22T08:40:53-04:00

There are no known side effects associated with Immunotrax products, and none have been reported in the 15+ years it has been on the market.

Can I take Immunotrax while using other supplements or during treatment with other drugs?2020-07-29T10:39:43-04:00

Immunotrax is safe to consume along with other supplements. If you’re pregnant or lactating consults with your doctor before taking Immunotrax.

In some cases, Immunotrax could increase the effect of medications prescribed for arrhythmia and blood pressure support. Always exercise caution and check with your doctor before taking any supplements.

Can children take Immunotrax?2020-07-29T10:28:18-04:00

Yes, Immunotrax is safe for children 4 years and older.