It's hard to tell if these pills really help with sun protection, but after attending a talk by a dermatologist who uses them, I thought I would use them at least during the summer months for extra sun protection. Having had skin cancer, I try and take as many precautions as possible to protect my skin. I take one pill every day as the directions state. It's hard to rate something like this because it is an internal help against sun damage.
I like them, but I'm not certain what they do, exactly. My dermatologist recommended I take them once a day, and once every two hours when I'm out in the sun. So far I haven't gotten burned. I do use them WITH sunscreen, not instead of sunscreen. I give them 4 stars because they don't upset my stomach and I don't think they''re hurting me at all. I just don't know how to quantify something like "not getting burned or sun damage" as opposed to getting it. If that makes sense...
Heliocare was strongly recommended by my doctor for Vitiligo along with the light treatments I have been taking. I started using it about 4 months ago and it is a little early to tell for sure but it appears that progress has improved, No side affects.
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