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Offline doubledgesword

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Is glutathione good for skin whitening?
« on: April 15, 2009, 08:40:37 PM »
Is glutathione good for skin whitening? if so how? any claims?
what are the other uses of glutathione?
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Is glutathione good for skin whitening?
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Re: Is glutathione good for skin whitening?
« Reply #1 on: April 15, 2009, 11:07:45 PM »
Some of the benefits and advantages of glutathione are as follows...

1. gluta is safe for everyone whatever age is

2. gluta is an anti-oxidant that cleans the liver, takes off free-radicals and helps the brain too (did u know that our brain's anti-oxidant is gluta and that low level of it results to some illneses and disorders?)

3. The desired and common gluta dosage is 10-20mg/kg BodyWeight. THis is to use glutathione as an anti-oxidant. But for whitening it has to be 20-40mg/kg/BW. Let's  say : 50kg x 20mg = 1000mg. you have to take it with vitamin c in ascorbic acid form to be able to maximize its whitening effect (vitamin e can also be taken for better results although i don’t really encourage you to do so because ive learned that there are forms of vitamin e which are not water-soluble and it may harm our body in prolonged use). it means that you are just taking dosage of glutathione as an anti-oxidant and not as skin whitener (because i assume that all in all, you are taking 400 mg of )

4. it has been said (several times over) to be 100 percent proven that it really works to whiten skin. Many have claimed its effectiveness. Again this is subject to one's metabolic absorption to the body. Of course if you have vices like alcoholism, smoking. glutathione completely cleans the organs first before whitening comes into effect.

5. Most people i know notice that the first 3 months use of gluta  is crucial for it is the time where gluta is building the foundation (body chemistry re-alignment) and once built this is only the start for its whitening process. the lightening of skin is gradual (speed is depending on your metabolism and body chemical functioning) this is where you will notice that your skin is shinier and healthier than before. after this process, you will notice that your shade is lighter than before.

6. glutha whitens the skin by reducing the melanin formation of the epidermis going up to the dermis

7. there is also no harm in its prolonged use... atleast this is what i know.

8. there are definitely no side-effects of using gluta, u know why? coz its ability to whiten your skin is already its side-effect

9. it's advised to take gluta with or after meal. Bearing in mind also to never take it with liquor or any alcoholic drink.

10. while taking this, you wont really become sensitive but you have to at least put sunblock lotion or cream to exposed parts of your body and your face.

again for the sake of beauty, glutathione is truly one of the best antioxidants to be in our posession.

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Re: Is glutathione good for skin whitening?
« Reply #2 on: January 04, 2010, 11:54:48 PM »
All white people want to be tan....all tan people want to be white.  I'll never understand.  But I always laugh when a dark girl becomes "white" using that crap and she does nothing about her love handles.  As a friend from Arkansas once told me, "y'all can put lipstick on a pig, but it's still a pig!"

to all the Gentlemen here .  Work on your six-pack nalang.....then looking white will be the last thing you want to do because it makes your definition look non-existant. 


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