2 Month Package

Vitilax tablet Viti-Nutrient Vitilax Oil

4 Vitilax Tablet, Viti-Nutrient, Vitilax Oil

All for $210 (Saving $41)


Natural Vitiligo Treatment


Our Approach to deal with Vitiligo

Skin disorder is a sign that your inner body system is unbalanced. Merry Clinic's Vitilax herbal formula is specially designed by Doctor Li to manage different stages of vitiligo. It contains fourteen different Chinese herbs. They act together to balance your immune system and stimulate the repigmentation of the skin. *

Merry Clinic provides an integrated vitiligo treatment to treat vitiligo internally as well as externally. There are no known side effects of this vitiligo treatment and all products are made in USA by a GMP certified factory.*

Merry Clinic has also developed Vitilax Skin Oil as part of vitiligo treatment to be used on the white patches of your skin. It can help stimulate the skin cells to produce more pigment. *

Testimonials from our patients

This is an incredible treatment for vitiligo. I have white patches on my forehead and arms for about 5 years. Nothing seemed to work. After I consulted with Dr. Li and used the Vitiligo treatment for 4 months, my white patch on forehead shrank to half. Some of the white spots on my arms are almost unnoticeable. I am very pleased with their products and service.**

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Consultation with Dr. Li

  1. Free Online Consultation: Online Vitiligo Treatment Consultation
  2. Video Consultation: Video Consultation Info
  3. For people who live in the San Francisco Bay area, please call 650-588-8335 to make appointment with Dr. Li.

Merry Clinic Vitiligo Treatment Plan:

Dr. Li's herbal vitiligo treatment plan to control your vitiligo permanently focuses on balancing your immune system from the inside and stimulating the re-pigmentation from the outside. *

1. Healing from inside: Taking Vitilax tablet to balance your immune system will stimulate re-pigmentation in the white patches of skin and prevent further loss of pigment.

2. Control from outside: Applying Vitilax Skin Oil on the white patches to bring back the natural color of the skin.

3.Vitamin Recommendation : Viti-Nutrients tablet. --- Once or twice daily. .

4. Tips for Vitiligo Patient:

Diet: a. Vitamin and minerals are strongly recommended;

          b. Eating dark colored vegetables such as spinach, broccoli,

               nuts, and oats can promote healing of vitiligo;

           c. Minimize consumption of alcohol and spicy foods.

           d. minimize citrus fruit and shellfish, no extra vitamin C supplement


Stress: Try to reduce your stress level by doing exercise; getting enough sleep, etc.

Sunblock: Always put on sunblock when staying outside. Sun damage could induce or aggravate Vitiligo.

Treatment Products

Vitilax Tablets (150 tablets/bottle)

Function: Improve immune system to restore the pigmentation of the skin.

Ingredients: Psoralea Fruit; Astragalus Root; Chinese Peony Root Without Bark, Cnidium Fruit; Chinese Salvia Root and Rhizome; Tribulus Fruit, Chinese Dodder Seed; Turmeric Root, Bai-zhu Atractylodes Rhizome; Dong Quai Root, Saffower Flower, Fragrant Angelica Root, Cassia Twig.


For adults, take 5 pills each time, twice daily.

For children over 6 years old, take 4 pills each time, twice daily.

For children under 6 years old, consult with our doctor before taking.

Price: $44.99,
4 for $164($41/btl),



Vitilax Skin Oil: (1fl. oz/30ml)

Function: Stimulate the skin cell to produce more pigment of the skin.

Ingredients: Psoralea oil, bergamot oil, carrot seed oil, grape seed oil, coconut oil.


Apply the oil on the white spots 1 to 2 times daily. Sun exposure (for about five to ten minutes) is recommended after the application to regain skin color faster but not absolutely necessary.

Price: $35.95

Supplemental Vitiligo Treatment Products

Viti-Nutrients Tablet (120 tablet, two month supply)

Function:  Supply the vitamins, minerals and amino acids to help produce skin pigment.

Ingredients: Vitamin B1, B2, B6, B12. Vitamin C, Folic Acid, Biotin, Pantothenic Acid, Copper, Iron, Selenium, Zinc, L-Tyrosine, L-Phenylalanine.


For adults or children over 12 years old, take one to two tablets each time, twice daily.

For children between 6 to 12 years old, take one tablet daily.

Viti-Nutrient is a supportive vitamin supplement. It is recommended to take with Vitilax herbal pills.

Price: $35

4 for $128 ($32/btl)

Skin Detox Formula (180 softgel/bottle)

Function: Detox body system and strengthen skin immunity.

Ingredients: GLA (Borage oil), Flaxseed Oil, Milk Thistle, Echinacea, Burdock Root, Fo-Ti, Grape Seed Extract, Dandelion Leaf, Selenium, Zinc, Biotin, PABA.


For adults, take 3 pills each time, twice daily.

Only for adult or children over 12 years old.

Skin Detox formula will detoxify your body and strengthen your immune system. This will allow the Vitilax treatment to work more quickly and effectively. In the first 3 months of treatment, we recommend the Skin Detox Formula, to be used along with the Vitilax herbal capsules, the Vitilax skin oil, and the Vitinutrients.

Price: $40.00

3 for $108 ($36/btl)

Vitiligo treatment Packages

To achieve the best results from our vitiligo therapy, our doctor suggests that patients take Vitiligo Treatment for  3 to 4 months. Here, we provide you with the following special package:

Two-month package: - 4 bottles of Vitilax Tablets, 1 bottle of Viti-Nutrients tablets with 1 Vitilax Oil,  $210 (save $41)


Key Ingredients of the Vitilax Capsule

Astragalus , White Atractylodes   

These two herbs help enhance and balance immune system to strengthen skin cells.

Tang-Kuei , Peony, Cnidium

These herbs can contribute to the supply and circulation of the blood and promote the metabolism of pigment cells.

Salvia, Carthamus     

These herbs invigorate the blood, dissipates the blood stasis, and increase the skin pigmentation.

Psoralea, Cuscuta , Polygoni Multiflori Radix

These herbs enrich the liver, supply the kidneys to nourish the blood, and stimulate the production of melanocytes.

Cinnamon twig, Angelica Dahuricae Radix, Tribulus

These herbs detoxify the body's system to expel pathogenic factors which may block the body from producing the pigmented cells.

Chinese Turmeric (Yu Jin)

This herb soothes the liver and relieves the depression.

Return Policy

If for any reason you decide to discontinue taking the EcDermaid Capsules, simply return the unopened bottles within 45 days of purchase. You will be refunded the cost of the unopened bottles. Shipping and handling charges cannot be refunded. For more detail, please go to return policy.

What is vitiligo?

Vitiligo is a chronic skin condition in which sections of the uppermost layer of the skin lose their normal color, causing white patches to appear. The skin’s pigment is called melanin, which is produced by special cells, called melanocytes. When these cells are damaged or become unhealthy, they lose their ability to produce their normal skin color. Some areas commonly affected by vitiligo include the hands, feet, arms, face, and lips, but it can appear anywhere on the body. Although vitiligo causes no physical discomfort, the psychological stress of the condition may take an emotional toll.

What are the common causes of vitiligo?

Although the exact cause is unknown, dermatologists consider vitiligo to be a result of improper functioning of the immune system. This is known as an autoimmune disorder, in which the body produces antibodies that attack its own tissues – in this case, the melanocytes - mistaking them for foreign material. Research also suggests that it may also be a result of viral infections that cause the cessation of melanin production, or there may even be a genetic cause. Roughly 30 percent of patients diagnosed with vitiligo have a family history of the disease. Vitiligo is also often associated with autoimmune thyroid disease.

Vitiligo may also be brought on by contact with chemicals, particularly phenols, a type of chemical found in hair dye, household stains, and similar products. Environmental toxins in the air, food, and water, and the resulting free radicals, can accumulate within the body, causing cellular damage.

Other studies have linked the gradual death of melanocytes to emotional stress. Stress causes the body to secrete cortisol, an important hormone in the body that helps us cope with stress. The problem arises when we are subjected to chronic stress. In this case, the cortisol does damage to the body, including damage to the cells that produce skin color, due to free radicals and oxidative stress.

Vitiligo is also believed to be caused in part by deficiencies of certain nutrients in the diet. With a diet that is mainly comprised of denatured foods, such as white flour, white sugar and canned products which are low in nutrients and mixed with industrial preservatives and colors, the body is not getting all of the nutrients it needs to keep the skin in a healthy state. A diet rich in whole, fresh, and unprocessed foods, including plenty of dark green vegetables, would be advised for someone with vitiligo.

There are also some false beliefs regarding causes of vitiligo. For example, drinking milk after eating fish, or consuming pumpkin and milk together or even onions with milk – there is no scientific basis for these claims. Vitiligo also is not caused by bacterial infection.

What are the two types of vitiligo?

There are two types of vitiligo: segmental and non-segmental. The segmental type tends to spread more rapidly than the non-segmental type. Segmental vitiligo affects only one side of the body. After growing for 1 year, it usually stops spreading. This type occurs mostly in children, and is not associated with autoimmune or thyroid disorders.

Non-segmental vitiligo is the most common of the two types. It is characterized by new patches appearing on both sides of the body equally over a particular area. It often begins on the hands or face. It is chronic in nature, and tends to affect people over the course of their lives. It may affect a small area, or even the entire body.

Who is likely to get Vitiligo?

The causes of the disease are multifactorial and may encompass both family history and the environment. It affects all races and both sexes. Other medical conditions, such as hyperthyroidism, Hashimoto’s thyroiditis, scleroderma, rheumatoid arthritis, type 1 diabetes mellitus, psoriasis, Addison’s disease, pernicious anemia, alopecea areata and systemic lupus erythematosus, may be associated with the onset of vitiligo. There is still more research to be done to establish a definitive connection between vitiligo and other auto-immune diseases.

At what age is vitiligo likely to occur?

Vitiligo can occur at any stage of life, and all races and age-groups are vulnerable to it equally. However, there are certain populations in which the incidence is around 16%, while globally it is currently at 1% overall.

The most commonly affected areas are the face, hands, neck, back and wrists. Often viewed as a stigma, it is a condition that brings about a tremendous amount of stress and even embarrassment that may spiral into depression and low self-esteem issues. Although vitiligo may cause great psychological stress and embarrassment, there is no physical pain from the condition. The only physical symptom may be itching, and this occurs only in the minority of cases.

What are the symptoms and course of the disease?

The presence of pale and patched areas on the extremities of the body or other areas of the skin which develop into noticeable lesions is a clear indication of the disease. Vitiligo usually begins as a singular spot that spreads to other areas of the body, and depending on the type, it may develop into larger patches. Vitiligo is most noticeable among people with a tanned or darker complexion. The increase in spots is noticed as they merge into one another, until larger or most areas of the body are covered with white patches.
The spread of vitiligo is usually slow and progressive. Vitiligo spots can vary in size, shape, intensity of the loss of color and in the profile of their distribution. Vitiligo often becomes a chronic skin condition, while in some cases it may even resolve on its own.

Is Vitiligo Contagious?

Vitiligo is not contagious. It does not spread by contact, food or otherwise. It is also not a pre-cancerous condition.


*This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. 

**All customer testimonials as found on our Website are strictly the opinion of that person and any results such person may have achieved are solely individual in nature; your results may vary.