Is IV Glutathione Really Better Than Oral Glutathione?

Intravenous or IV drip glutathione has received a lot of traction in the beauty industry because of its great effect on the body and, of course, the benefits it gives to the skin. But is it really better than the glutathione that we drink orally?


IV Glutathione vs. Oral
IV Glutathione vs. Oral


IV drips and oral glutathione actually give you the same results but their only difference is how the glutathione is absorbed by the body and how quick the effects show. Of course, IV drips inject the glutathione directly to your bloodstream. This means that the glutathione skips the digestive tract and there is a better chance of absorption inside the body. On the other hand, oral glutathione, specifically L-glutathione, still passes the digestive tract and takes some time to be absorbed.


Nuwhite glutathione
Nuwhite glutathione made with S-Acetyl Glutathione


Luckily, Nuwhite glutathione is made with S-Acetyl Glutathione. This is the oxidized version of glutathione which is more potent and three times more powerful than L-glutathione. Because it’s already oxidized, it can be quickly absorbed by the body, making it at par with the usual IV drips that we see in salons. If you need an oral glutathione that works just like the IV drips but is more accessible, practical and cost-efficient, get Nuwhite glutathione! 

Nuwhite is available in Lazada, Shopee, Watsons, and through the Nuwhite website.


Marian Rivera for Nuwhite glutathione
Marian Rivera for Nuwhite glutathione


Have you tried IV and oral glutathione? How's your experience and which do you prefer? Share your thoughts, leave a comment below.


Sources:

1. Sonthalia, S., Daulatabad, D., & Sarkar, R. (2016). Glutathione as a skin whitening agent: Facts, myths, evidence and controversies. Indian journal of dermatology, venereology and leprology, 82(3), 262–272. https://doi.org/10.4103/0378-6323.179088

2. Sitohang, I., & Ninditya, S. (2020). Systemic Glutathione as a Skin-Whitening Agent in Adult. Dermatology research and practice, 2020, 8547960. https://doi.org/10.1155/2020/8547960

3. Richie, J. P., Jr, Nichenametla, S., Neidig, W., Calcagnotto, A., Haley, J. S., Schell, T. D., & Muscat, J. E. (2015). Randomized controlled trial of oral glutathione supplementation on body stores of glutathione. European journal of nutrition, 54(2), 251–263. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00394-014-0706-z


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