For skin whitening and detoxification use glutathione medications via injection. Glutathione is a
natural liver enzyme that the liver needs for breaking down toxins. With a succession of treatments, skin whitening injections will make your skin brighter and clearer. You might also get a secondary effect with energy and immune system boosting from this treatment due to detoxification.
Skin whitening injections are not FDA-approved. There is no high-quality peer review or published medical literature to substantiate the use of compound medications. It is considered mesotherapy, and as such, experimental. However, there are many anecdotal reports indicating that it works.
Risks, side effects, and complications: Pain, bleeding, bruising, infection, scar, and ineffective treatment. Excessive sun exposure will minimize the effects of treatment. As such, it is important to avoid sun exposure and to wear sunblock every day for the optimal result from this treatment. If you are tanned or have excessive sun exposure, you are likely going to see a reduction in the efficacy of treatment. This treatment is not suitable for patients that are sick or has kidney and/or liver problems.
Alternative to Glutathione Injections: Chemical peels, maintenance skin care products (Vitamin C, exfoliant, and sunscreen), IPL photo facials, and ablative laser treatments. Using oral glutathione as maintenance care following this treatment will enhance skin whitening.
Frequency and duration: For optimal results, you will need a series of treatments. Initially, every week for several weeks, and then the duration of treatment could be lengthened to once every 2-3 weeks and then once every 4-6 weeks. You can expect to see results within 2-4 weeks.
1cc Injection of glutathione.
Duration of treatment:
About 5-10 minutes for each session.
Avoid sun exposure, tanning booths, spray tan, and wear sunscreen on a daily basis. Avoid vigorous
exercises of the involved extremity for 1-2 days to minimize the risk of bleeding.
You can expect to see results within 2-4 weeks. Useful complementary treatment that we
recommend includes sunblock, exfoliant, and Vitamin C, as well as oral glutathione. Complementary treatments help to minimize the effects of sun damage and sun tan. Additional complementary treatments include: Retin A, hydroquinone, Obagi Nuderm, chemical peels, and microdermabrasion. For the first few days, there might be some bruising or ecchymosis over the injection site.
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