Blister Grafting

The next treatment is blister grafting. Just like skin grafting, blister grafting is performed by taking healthy skin to cover the skin affected by vitiligo. The difference is, the skin taken will be blistered first, then the top of the blister will be removed before being grafted. There are some side effects of this vitiligo treatment. For example, permanent scars, rough skin, and weird skin colors.

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