So you plan to use glutathione for the first time but have no idea which one to use? Allow us to help you choose the right one for you!
First, let’s see what glutathione is. Glutathione is the most powerful antioxidant in our body. Here are its main benefits:
1) Improve Skin Health - helps you achieve a glowing white skin and slows down skin aging.
2) Body Detoxification - supports the function of your liver, kidneys, and eliminates toxins in your body.
3) Boost Immune System - helps white blood cells including T cell lymphocytes - the frontline soldiers of the immune system. It also helps you fight infections and cancer.
Ok. That’s a lot of science stuff but pretty much easy to understand.
So what product should I start using?
There are different Glutax products to choose from. For first time users, we recommend Glutax 5GS Micro and Glutax 5GS Micro Advance.
How to Use?
It is very important that a medical professional administers the product. Administer Glutax via slow IV push. Using saline or sterile water is optional. Glutax is more concentrated without the use of saline or sterile water. You can administer once every week but for faster result you can also use it once every 3 to 5 days.
Tip: It is recommended that you drink plenty of water an hour before your session.
When can I see its skin whitening result?
For Glutax 5G, 5GS Micro, 5GS Micro Advance:
1 to 2 boxes - glowing skin
3 to 4 boxes - noticeably glowing and lighter skin
For Glutax 50G Nano Titanium and, 600GS Ultrafiltration:
1 box - glowing and lighter skin
2 boxes - noticeably glowing and lighter skin
Note: This is a general guide for Glutax products. Results depend on several factors such as product used, body absorption, lifestyle and usage interval or how often you use the product. Results may vary for every user.
After achieving the wanted result, how can I maintain my glowing and whiter skin?
To maintain your glowing and whiter skin, you can continue using Glutax once every 2 weeks.
Important note: We do not recommend using Glutax if you are pregnant, breastfeeding, or has an existing heart or kidney condition.