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Eyebrow colour changed to white. Skin around eye and nose changing its colour. Any treatment?

Hello. Half of my left eyebrow (hairs) turned to while. Skin around left eye and nose has also change its natural color. In my blood test , they found I9 helicopacter pylori AB blood positive. Could you please let me know if it is possible to get black color of my eyemrow hairs back and to get normal skil color. Thanks and Regards
Asked On : Sun, 15 Jul 2012
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Check out with your dermatologist to find out the cause for these whitish discoloration. Skin color can be regained in stable vitiligo with the help of medications and surgery. If medications given by your dermatologist proves to be ineffective then transfer of melanocytes or pigment producing cells can be done to the area of vitiligo to regain normal color to the skin. However, the eyebrows would not change color in this surgical technique. In fact, there is no cure to change in eyebrow color andyou should only resort to artificial dyes to color the whitish hairs.
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