Image of glutathione before & after from: https://www.glamour.com/story/iv-drip-for-better-skin
My latest discovery is the AMAZING effects of not just glutathione as a supplement but the effects of taking it via an IV. I started taking 1250 mg of glutathione weekly in an IV. I can testify that my skin is looking better than ever.
What is glutathione?
Glutathione is a MASTER antioxidant. Your cells contain glutathione, which is a substance made from three amino acids: cysteine, glutamate, and glycine. Glutathione combats free radicals in your body. If you know anything about anti aging or antioxidants you’ll know that the KEY to glowing, young, healthy looking skin is a good topical antioxidant used everyday. But, whatever about taking that antioxidant another way? Instead of buying $100 antioxidant serums, what about getting high doses of those antioxidants in your bloodstream.
IVs are pricey. Is there another way I can take glutathione?
I don’t recommend taking glutathione via an oral pill. Absorption via a pill is very low and IMHO doesn’t warrant the effort or the cost. IVs can get expensive, so the next best thing is a sublingual, liposomal formula. I use this on the days between glutathione IVs. Absorption via a sublingual liposomal solution can be as high as 80-90%.
Glutathione as a skin lightener
Glutathione is a strong skin lightener and suppresses melanin in skin. It has been shown to even out skin tone and overall lighten skin color. Search google for glutathione before and afters and see the differences!
Glutathione IVs typically run anywhere from $50-125 per IV depending on the location and IV package you buy. I’d recommend weekly or bi-monthly IVs for best results. Results will be best after about 4-6 weeks of IV treatments. For sublingual, liposomal solutions. Cost is usually $40-60 per bottle (About 30 doses). Pill supplements not recommended.
Where can I get an IV done?
Search in your area for wellness centers that offer IV vitamins. They are becoming more and more common and glutathione is one of the standard supplements that are usually offered.
Try glutathione out and see if it works for you!