Pepper has a significant role in the treatment of White Patches. Certain medicines prepared from black pepper have been effectively used to stimulate pigmentation. The pigment-stimulating effect of pepper comes from “piperine” the compound that gives pepper its spicy flavor. A study conducted by Kings College in London showed that piperine stimulated a more uniform pigmentation in the skin and thus produced results which were cosmetically better than conventional therapies which led to spotted and patch re-pigmentation. The study gained much popularity and was also published in the British Journal of Dermatology.

Dr. Pranjal Shamsher is the first Skin Doctor in Bangalore to offer natural, non-surgical and non-invasive treatments for skin disorders. With over 25 years of experience in the field Dermatology, she has devised a unique Multi-Therapy approach to treat the most stubborn, obstinate and long-standing skin disorders with a skin-friendly and 100% side-effect free results. Her integrated and Multi-Therapy approach has helped many chronic disease sufferers to recover safely without any side-effects.

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Dr. Shahid Shamsher is one of India’s first certified Trichologist practicing in the field of Trichology for 27 years and is recognized as one of the Best Hair Doctor in Bangalore. He is the only Trichologist in India to be simultaneously certified from the U.K, Australia, and India.