Bella Aurora launches its first treatment for white spots on the skin

“As experts in the study of melanocytes and skin pigmentation, we can offer a solution for skin with abnormal pigmentation. Approximately two percent of the world’s population have this skin condition, which, while not painful, has psychological effects.” says Jordi Segura, R&D director at Bella Aurora.

“During my work as a dermatologist, I treat numerous people with hypopigmentation, most of whom are desperate for an effective treatment. With Repigment, we now have the opportunity to improve these people’s lives and spend my ten years of research even more meaningfully.” Says Dr. Matteo Bordignon.

In 2013, Dr. Bordignon2 made his discovery that the MIA protein, abnormally produced by melanocytes, is responsible for hypopigmentation, or the formation of white spots on the skin. His studies show how the MIA protein breaks the adhesion system of melanocytes to the basement membrane, from which they detach and are lost. It is the lack of melanocytes that causes white spots to appear.

The new treatment for hypopigmentation

Repigment is Bella Aurora’s first effective treatment for white spots. This patented product not only prevents new white spots from developing, but also restores pigment in the affected areas.

The new repigment line consists of the repigmenting cream, which contains the Repigma12 peptide to block the MIA protein, and RepigmentSun capsules, a dietary supplement that prepares the skin for sun exposure or for radiation sessions at the booth.

Recommendations: Apply the cream to the affected areas twice a day and take one capsule with a glass of water with a meal to protect the skin. The treatment must be accompanied by natural sunlight or artificial UV light under the supervision of a healthcare professional. It is recommended that treatment be continued for at least six months or until the area is completely repigmented.

Repigment is available at

Results of 150 days of treatment and phototherapy 3.
Treatment must be continued until complete repigmentation.

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About Bella Aurora

Bella Aurora as part of Beautiful Aurora Labshas a history that goes back 130 years. Based on its experience in examining melanocytes, Bella Aurora has developed an efficient solution that removes dark spots on the skin.

Bella Aurora has invested in decades of research into the various mechanisms that affect the skin’s pigmentation processes. The company’s scientific expertise in this area has led to the launch of the patented B-CORE 221TM, an exclusive technology that represents a turning point in the treatment of abnormal pigmentation.

It already has a solid presence in Europe, Asia and the United States, and is on a mission to become an established world leader in skin pigmentation and number one in removing dark spots and white spots.

About Dr. Matteo Bordignon

DR Matteo Bordignon Qualified in Medicine and Surgery with the highest scores and awards from the University of Padua. In 2009 he specialized with honors in dermatology and venereology at the University of Padua, one of the most prestigious in Italy and one of the oldest in the world. He is also the author and co-author of numerous articles in international scientific journals and participated in clinical studies and laboratory activities during his education. In the research area, Dr. Bordignon first explored the relationship between the MIA protein and this skin condition after years of studying Vitiligo.

To do an interview with Dr. To request Matteo Bordignon, please contact Alejandra Delgado.

1. Source: European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology.

2. Bordignon M., Castellani C., Fedrigo M., Thiene G., Peserico A., Alaibac M. et al. Role of alpha5beta1 integrin and MIA (melanoma inhibitory activity) in the pathogenesis of vitiligo. J Dermacol Sci. 2013 Aug; 71 (2): 142-5.

3. Source: Bordignon M. Development of a new topical treatment for Vitiligo based on MIA inhibitor technology. 2020; Jan. data in file.

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