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DRDO launches 'Lukoskin' herbal care product for leucodermia

There are 1183 comments on the Frontier India story from Sep 7, 2011, titled DRDO launches 'Lukoskin' herbal care product for leucodermia. In it, Frontier India reports that:

Deafence Research and Development Organisation and AIMIL Pharmaceuticals have launched Lukoskin a herbal product for Leucoderma.

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Rakesh

Chicago, IL

#854 May 4, 2013
satish wrote:
anyone tell me what is b12 test
It's a blood test to identify if you are deficient in vitinb 12

Rakesh
satish

Pasadena, CA

#855 May 4, 2013
thanks rakesh bro plz tell me some other detail about b12 test
Sony

Europe

#856 May 4, 2013
satish wrote:
thanks rakesh bro plz tell me some other detail about b12 test
B12 and frolic acid should be in good level otherwise this medicine will not work so get B12 tested If the level is low then you need to take injection or medicine. Hope I have clarified your doubt.
Urvi

Toronto, Canada

#857 May 4, 2013
Rakesh wrote:
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This is a problem for all of us it doesn't work without sunlight. Some options are to use the sun in summer and shift to artificial light in winter. You will need to check the safety aspects of artificial light as well
I agree. But what is with the spreading complains.
Because I saw many people complaining of spreading which makes me anxious about the medication.
Also could u please tell me why is liver function test required.
Does this medication worsens liver function. I have the medication but I am afraid to take it.
Mihir

Ahmedabad, India

#858 May 6, 2013
Does anyone know from where I can buy this product at the lowest cost in ahmedabad bcz small scale pharmacies sells it at a cost of 580 rs which is not affordable if we have to use atleast 1 per month for quite a long period of time.may be year of more.so anyone knows a place where some discounts are favored to customers than pls do reply ...
Nannu

Ludhiana, India

#859 May 7, 2013
Whenever I apply the ointment on my patches blisters are formed and I have unbearable itching and I can not move around for few days.It takes around 7-8 days for it to completely heal and after that when I apply the ointment again same problem occurs.I use the ointment after diluting it with jasmine oil.I think my skin is showing some response so I want to continue using the medicine.Can anyone please help me regarding this problem.
Thanks
Moha

Brampton, Canada

#860 May 7, 2013
hi:
I am currently taking LUKOSKIN. It gives me irritation and blister. If these symptom continue, can I discontinue the medication? or Can I take Them regularly? pleases I need your advice.Also I live in cannada. If i want to contact the doctor, which doctor would be the best choice because the medication from India.Canadian doctors may not accept medication from outside countries.
Rakesh

Chicago, IL

#861 May 7, 2013
Nannu wrote:
Whenever I apply the ointment on my patches blisters are formed and I have unbearable itching and I can not move around for few days.It takes around 7-8 days for it to completely heal and after that when I apply the ointment again same problem occurs.I use the ointment after diluting it with jasmine oil.I think my skin is showing some response so I want to continue using the medicine.Can anyone please help me regarding this problem.
Thanks
You are either applying too much cream or staying in the sun too long . Reduce this and slowly increase sun exposure will help.

Rakesh
Rakesh

Chicago, IL

#862 May 7, 2013
Moha wrote:
hi:
I am currently taking LUKOSKIN. It gives me irritation and blister. If these symptom continue, can I discontinue the medication? or Can I take Them regularly? pleases I need your advice.Also I live in cannada. If i want to contact the doctor, which doctor would be the best choice because the medication from India.Canadian doctors may not accept medication from outside countries.
Reduce the amount of cream and exposure. Look up the Aimil website and drop them an email they respond
Nisha Chaturvedi

Chandigarh, India

#863 May 9, 2013
I am taking Lukoskin medicine & applying ointment on patches since Jan 13.initially it showed good results.black spots appeard on patchces.but after a month black spots turned into white & started spreading.although i am still taking the medicine along with EmlyDS & following the instructions.pl advise
Dr nitika

Darya Ganj, India

#864 May 9, 2013
For all the people who complain about the spreading of the patches... Please understand the cause of spreading is different in all patients but the causes are limited ones.. The most coMmon causes are-- 1. worms-- for which deworming has to be done continuously
2. Vitamn b12 levels if Low needs to be supplemented
3. Liver functions -- if derranged they need to be taken care of so that medicine is absorbed well
4. DIET- which plays a very important role in recovery the NO and YES both equally important
5. Thyroid levels-- needs monitoring and medicated if derranged
6. Sun exposure should be taken to that amount so that severe itching is not there
7. STRESS-- the major culprit I guess is this as till now no medication fully cured leucoderma but I can assure you lukoskin works for those who wants to help themselves.. Please BE POSITIVE HAVE FAITH AND PATIENCE IT WILL SURELY WORK FOR U!
Any queries pls mail us as due to clinic workload it's a little difficult for me to answer every single query:)
dev

Kalyan, India

#865 May 9, 2013
i am fed up by asking this question on this portal...is artificial uva lamps be effective in treatment with lukoskin..plse do reply..if yes then how much effective?
Dr nitika

Mumbai, India

#866 May 10, 2013
dev wrote:
i am fed up by asking this question on this portal...is artificial uva lamps be effective in treatment with lukoskin..plse do reply..if yes then how much effective?
Yes it will be effective but not like sun! It will be a little slower with lamp
satish

Pasadena, CA

#867 May 15, 2013
anybody tell me which soap i use dettol or dove
Sony

Europe

#868 May 16, 2013
satish wrote:
anybody tell me which soap i use dettol or dove
Use Dove
dharmendra choudhary

Bangalore, India

#869 May 19, 2013
I need this medicine.but i know what is the price and this medicine is effectiv or not.pls somebody tell me.
dharmendra choudhary

Faridabad, India

#870 May 19, 2013
Hi, can you tell me that this mdicine is effective or not effective.
Reya

Chennai, India

#871 May 20, 2013
Right from the time DRDO came up with Lukoskin,I was using it daily.Past 24 years I was having Vitligo due to auto- immune disorder and it was not spreading rapidly&on the face,the spots used to disapper and later reappear also even before I started using Luckoskin. When this medicine came to the market,came to Delhi to purchase it thinking positively that this will cure my condition.But sorry to tell you,I do not see changes in the white patches on my skin. Of course,the skin turned pinkish due to the exposure to the sun,but other than that,I do not see my condition improving.I know AIIML has made its money by now,why do you want to prolong cheating the customers?DRDO officials,please do some thing better instead of finding cure for vitligo and cheating the hapless people afflicted with vitligo
Urvi

Oakville, Canada

#872 May 21, 2013
hi guys. just wanted to let you know I have been using lukosin since 2 weeks and I have found the patches on my nose,ears and wrist disappearing and the skin is getting black spots. however the spots on my arms and legs have no improvement. but I also see some spreading of the patches.I don't follow the diet restrictions completely and sun exposure in canada is only possible in summer. so I am just afraid that in winter the patches will spread or not? or will I lose my gained colour or not?
I am using the lukosin with number of other ayurvedic medications .

I am just hoping this works for me and all of u.
god bless u all.. take care
Minesh

New Delhi, India

#873 May 22, 2013
Hi all
I have used Lukoskin last year and found no result still one of my friend got brown patches.to all those who are suffering from this medicine i want to say that everyone skin is different eachone react differently on diff treatment .One lady i know he got 80% cured after becoming white by just only TAcroz cream of Glenmark . One of my cousing got treated after ggot ful white just by eating OCTOMOP with PUVA treatment in INDore . thats why just keeep calm and keep beleif on yourself dont use steriods i have taken betnosol forte and after stopping all my white patches get bigger but one person after stopping didnt get any . SO dont loose hope and just try medicine whether any other cream bcoz u dont know u, which will suit u .and sombody found permanent treamtnet please let me know also .
Regards
Minesh

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