100% Bio & Organic Product

Regain Skin Color Lost To Vitiligo

Order Online
100% Bio & Organic Product

Regain Skin Color Lost To Vitiligo

Order Online

What is Melafora™?

Melafora™ is a leading skin product for recoloring the skin after pigment loss from Vitiligo.

Melafora™ is a special herbal formula that comes in a transparent liquid form that is applied twice a day to the skin where color loss has happened.

The formula is a unique and special blend of a number of herbal extracts and oils that together help restore the skin's natural color. While the product cannot treat or cure the underlying cause of the discoloration it can make the skin look its normal color.

Melafora™ gives results in under 12 weeks (84 days). From day 24 you will start seeing your first results.

100% Bio based

Melafora™ is a 100% plant based product with no chemicals or artificial substances involved.

Fast results

Melafora™ gives full results within 84 days. First clear results come around the 24 day mark.

Evidence backed

Each ingredient of Melafora™ is based on evidence from recent research concerning its traditional use.

3 Months risk free use

Use Melafora™ for up to 3 months. If you are not happy with the outcome just claim your full amount back.

Use Melafora™

For fast & natural looking results

Using Melafora™ Is Simple

Just follow these easy steps and see your skin repigment within days

Take a few drops in the palm of your hand.
Massage them on the skin area needing pigmentation.
Wash after 10 hours.
Apply again as before

Ingredients Of Melafora™

Psoralea Seeds

Furocoumarins (psoralens) and their congeners are found in abundance in Psoralea seeds, used thousands of years ago in India for re-pigmentation of the skin. In the thirteenth century in Egypt, Ibn El Britar described its use in conjunction with sunlight for the re-pigmentation of human skin (El-Mofty, 1968).  Since then, it has been the subject of extensive research for this purpose.

Piper Nigrum Seeds

According to recent studies, Piper Nigrum can stimulate melanocyte proliferation and bring back colour to depigmented skin. Melanocytes produce melanin (skin pigment). Piper Nigrum, starts life as berries in a clump on a flowering vine (like grapes). Native to Southern India, archaeological evidence of people using its seeds goes back to 2000 BC.

Citrus Bergamia

Some historians say that Citrus Bergamia first came from Asia, others believe it was Italy. Regardless, it’s been used for centuries for its numerous skin benefits. Recent studies show that this psoralen-containing oil produces an optimized melanogenic effect in naturally bringing colour in de-pigmented skin.

Nigella Sativa

Nigella sativa (N. sativa) has been used in different civilization around the world for centuries to treat various animal and human ailments. Nigella sativa had been used as an adjuvant therapy for skin re-pigmentation especially in sensitive skin areas like genital region.


The origin of Lavendula is believed to be from the Mediterranean, Middle East and India. Its history goes back some 2500 years. It is a flowering plant of the mint family known for its beauty,  fragrance and multiple uses. As a natural anti-oxidant Lavendula reduces oxidative stress to help stop the progression of depigmentation. Its inclusion brings a multi-pronged approach to our special formula while improving its fragrance.

Zingiber Officinale

Apart from its traditionally known properties for skin re-pigmentation, Zingiber Officinale extract also has excellent toning property, which assists in enhancing the texture of the troubled part of the skin. 6-Shogaol (6-SG), an active compound in this root, protects melanocytes against
H2O2-induced oxidative stress in
discolored skin parts .

Cocos Nucifera

Commonly known as coconut, apart form the anti-oxidative properties of its oil, it also acts as a base for our formula to ensure that all other ingredients are able to perform properly, are present in their correct respective dilutions/strengths and are able to penetrate the skin deep enough to reach where needed for maximum effect.

Buy Melafora™ Right now

Buy risk free with 90 days money back guarantee

Melafora 100ml Bottle


Melafora 4 x 100ml Bottles


Or Email us for any enquiries at


* Free shipping for US and Canada only

Success stories from users

Please note that every case is different and these stories or testimonials should not be taken as typical.

Research References

Following is a non-exhaustive list of published research behind the active herbal ingredients of Melafora. The research is listed here as a reference only and is not meant to constitute a substitute for professional medical advice.

  1. Hussain, Irshad et al. “Fabrication of anti-vitiligo ointment containing Psoralea corylifolia: in vitro and in vivo characterization.” Drug design, development and therapy vol. 10 3805-3816. 22 Nov. 2016, doi:10.2147/DDDT.S114328
  2. Anaitulah Ahmad Mir, Ghulam Nabi Wani, Ramkripal Prajapati, Nitin Saklani, Avaranjika Kuruppusamy, Pankaj Kanti Jha, Abhijit Chattopadhyay, Chintamani Nayak, Swapan Paul, Sk. Swaif Ali, Munmun Koley, Subhranil Saha,
    Add-on Psoralea corylifolia mother tincture external application to individualized homeopathic medicines in treatment of vitiligo: open, randomized, pragmatic, pilot trial,
    Advances in Integrative Medicine,
  3. Khushboo, P S et al. “Psoralea corylifolia Linn.-"Kushtanashini".” Pharmacognosy reviews vol. 4,7 (2010): 69-76. doi:10.4103/0973-7847.65331
  4. Hussain, Irshad & Mubarak, Naeem & Abro, Hakim. (2019). Skin Pigmentation Effects of Psoralea Corylifolia: A Case Study of Vitiligo.
  5. Oregon Health & Science University. "Pepper Compound Could Aid Millions With Vitiligo." ScienceDaily. www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2008/04/080413172937.htm (accessed May 6, 2021).
  6. Mihăilă, B., Dinică, R. M., Tatu, A. L., Buzia, O. D."New insights in vitiligo treatments using bioactive compounds from Piper nigrum". Experimental and Therapeutic Medicine 17.2 (2019): 1039-1044.
  7. Shafiee A, Hoormand M, Shahidi-Dadras M, Abadi A. The effect of topical piperine combined with narrowband UVB on vitiligo treatment: A clinical trial study. Phytother Res. 2018 Sep;32(9):1812-1817. doi: 10.1002/ptr.6116. Epub 2018 May 21. PMID: 29781089.
  8. Ortonne, J. P. (1989). Psoralen therapy in vitiligo. Clinics in dermatology, 7(2), 120-135.
  9. Ghorbanibirgani, A., Khalili, A., & Rokhafrooz, D. (2014). Comparing Nigella sativa oil and fish oil in treatment of vitiligo. Iranian Red Crescent Medical Journal, 16(6).
  11. Shaaban, M., Nasr, M., Tawfik, A. A., Fadel, M., & Sammour, O. (2019). Novel bergamot oil nanospanlastics combined with PUVB therapy as a clinically translatable approach for vitiligo treatment. Drug delivery and translational research, 9(6), 1106-1116.
  12. Shaaban, M., Nasr, M., Tawfik, A. A., Fadel, M., & Sammour, O. (2021). Bergamot oil as an integral component of nanostructured lipid carriers and a photosensitizer for photodynamic treatment of vitiligo: Characterization and clinical experimentation. Expert Opinion on Drug Delivery, 18(1), 139-150.
  13. Jakku, R., Thappatla, V., Kola, T., & Kadarla, R. (2019). VITILIGO - An Overview. Asian Journal of Pharmaceutical Research and Development, 7(5), 124-132.  https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.22270/ajprd.v7i5.570

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

The content of this site is for informational purposes only, and is not intended to replace professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Always seek the advice of your doctor or other qualified health care professional about a medical condition, a suspected medical condition, and before starting a diet, exercise, or supplementation program or take or stop a medication.

The use of any information provided by this site and others appearing on the site is solely at your own risk. The site and its contents are provided “as is”.

Copyright © 2023 Melafora.com

All Rights Reserved.

No products in the cart.