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This daily face and body care product acts as a regulator for skins with depigmented areas (vitiligo).

Vitix Gel possesses an innovative mechanism of action that improves the physiological balance of free radicals in epidermal cells thanks to a patented melon extract with high antioxidant content. Vitix Gel is an opaque, non-greasy gel with a weakly granular appearance; it encompasses micro-beads that encompass and protect the plant active substance. Upon application, the active substance is release on contact with the skin. The studies* conducted on VITIX demonstrate that regular application (twice daily in combination with phototherapy or heliotherapy) can prevent the progression of depigmentation, slow its development and, in a large number of cases, provide satisfactory repigmentation.


Fluid texture easy to apply, non-oily, fast absorption. No fragrance

Proven results



Tips and tricks

Apply VITIX® gel onto and around the concerned areas once to twice daily. Once the gel has fully penetrated, a care cream or make-up can be applied. VITIX® gel can be used in combination with phototherapy.

Has been the subject of more than ten clinical studies

Well-tolerated, no side effects

Comparative study of a plant extract with superoxide dismutase and catalase activity (Vitix), plus selective UVB phototherapy versus an excipient plus selective UVB phototherapy in the treatment of vitiligo vulgaris. 20 patients- 6 months - 2002

The probability of reduction of the lesion plaque by 50% was twofold higher with VITIX than with the excipient (17.7% versus 35.3%)

- The results obtained with VITIX are twice those of UVB phototherapy alone

Clinical trial conducted onVITIX + Heliotherapy versus Heliotherapy alone.

20 patients - Dr Gauthier-2003

- More than 50% of respondents repigmented more clearly in the Vitix group


Les nouvelles dermatologiques

Study comparing a vegetal extract with superoxide dismutase and catalase activities (vitix) plus selective UVB phototherapy versus and excipient plus selective UVB phototherapy in the treatment of vitiligo vulgaris

Volume 23 – February 2004

Edward Pelle, Thomas Mammone, Daniel Maes, and Krysyna Frenkel

Keratinocyte act as a source of reactive oxygen speces by transferrinf hydrogen peroxide to melanocytes

The journal of investigative Dermatology: 124:4 April 2005

Faradjev Z.H., Karimov S.H., Kuliyev S.B., Novruzov E.M.

Evaluation of the efficacy and tolerance of vitix in the treatment of vitiligo

PV Sravani, N Kishore Babu, K.V.T Gopal, G Raghu Rama Rao, Athota Rama Rao, Bhgavatula Moorthy, T Raghava Rao

Determination of oxidative stress in vitiligo by measuring superoxide dismutase and catalase levels in vitiliginous and non-vitiliginous skin

Indian journal of dermatology, venereology and leprology: 2009, 75, 3, 268-271

Esra Pancar YUKSEL, Fatma AYDIN, Nilgun SENTURK, Tayyar CANTURK, Ahmet Yasar TURALI

Comparison of the efficacy of narrow band ultraviolet B and narrow band ultraviolet B plus topical catalase-superoxide dismutase treatment in vitiligo patients

EJD, vol 19, 4, July-August 2009

Blanca Faria Sara Contreras, Honey-Bee Arza, Mildred Gutiérrez, Yamileth Acacio, Fatima Ferreira, Juan Morantes, Maria Miquilarena

Uso terapeutico del Extramel en vitiligo

Dermatologia Venezolana, vol 44, 1, 2006

Dr Y. Gauthier

Summary of Protocol of clinical study - CHU de Bordeaux, France, May-October 2003

M. Crisau, D. Pop, E. Maguran

Treatment of childhood vitiligo with vitix gel – A multicentric study

Romania Congress 2007

Kresimir Kostovic, Zrinjka Pastar, Aida Pasic, Romana Ceovic

Treatment of vitiligo with narrow-band UVB and topical gel containing catalase and superoxide dismutase

Acta Dermatovenerol Croat 2007; 15 (1): 10-14

A patented melon extract with high antioxidant content

Aqua (Water), Propylene Glycol, Hydroxypropyltrimonium Maltodextrin Crosspolymer, Cucumis Melo (Melon) Fruit Extract, Carbomer, Acrylates/C10-30 Alkyl Acrylate Crosspolymer Sodium Hydroxide, Diazolidinyl Urea, Methylparaben, Propylparaben