World Vitiligo Day is celebrated every year on June 25 with the aim of raising awareness about this skin condition. Vitiligo is a disease characterized by the irregular loss of skin color, whitening of the scalp and, in fact, the change in the color of the eyes balls. The idea of dedicating a day to patients with vitiligo was given by Steve Haragadon, who is the founder of the Vitiligo Friends network. Then, it was finalized by Ogo Maduewesi, a Nigerian vitiligo patient who is the founder and executive director of the Vitiligo Foundation for Awareness and Support. World Vitiligo Day was celebrated for the first time in 2011. This year, its theme is "The quality of life of a patient with vitiligo". Vitiligo occurs when the cells responsible for producing melanin (a pigment responsible for coloring the skin) die or stop functioning. A defect in your immune system, family history, exposure to industrial chemicals, etc. can cause this problem. Affecting people of all skin types, vitiligo can increase the risk of developing psychological stress, skin cancer, hearing loss, eye problems, etc. Skin biopsy can help doctors find the underlying cause of this problem. In regards to your treatment, there is no way to stop the loss of pigment cells. However, certain medications, products and some natural remedies can help restore skin tone. In addition, photochemotherapy, skin grafting, blister grafting, etc. They can help in this regard. Here, we inform you about some home remedies that can help you reduce the tone of your skin.