Side Effects

To begin with, glutathione is a naturally occurring substance in each of your cells.

Glutathione is a natural component of our body. 1 misconception that people have is that a user should have some sort of bad skin or skin condition in order to use it. This is not the case, since people can use this for skin whitening or for lighter skin complexion.

When administering it through injection, a thing to consider is its short half life. This means that gluta levels in a user’s body will rise and fall. So using this will involve administering a number of shots or sessions for best results.

Its whitening effects is also limited, so users should not have very very high expectations.

Consider also on your original and whitest color. Like here in the Philippines and other South-east Asian countries, we are in a sunny environment, so we are somewhat have a dark skin due to the sun – somewhat burning our skin. So this whitening effect can recover this original white of the body. This will also give a user a glow of the skin. Those with tan-like skin can also have a wonderful glow.

This will make your skin about 1 to 3 shades whiter/lighter, depending on a number of factors. You can also try getting skin bleaching for whitening.

Overdose needs to also be considered, and here are some symptoms:

  • Depression & anxiety
  • White spots on the nails
  • Numbness of extremities
  • Shivers/shakes

and here are some bad side effects:

  • Hair loss
  • diarrhea
  • stomach ache
  • TEN or toxic epidermal necrolysis
  • SJS or Stevens-Johnson syndrom
  • blood poisoning
  • kidney failure

But there are also a number of positive side effects. It can even out a user’s skin complexion, and lightens it too. It is also best to not be exposed to the sun when taking this, since the skin does somewhat loses its protection because of the melanin production of the body that is now lowered.

Foods and Diets

For those users that are also interested in trying out the natural way, e.g. through foods ands diet, you can find gluta on these foods:

  • asparagus
  • walnuts
  • avocado

More foods/items will be added on this site.

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