Skin & Face Treatments


IV Nutritional Therapy

Antioxidants often considered as the 'fountain of youth', protect the skin by limiting free radical production which can damage the skin. Skin being the outermost body part is exposed constantly to the damaging effects from the environment like UV radiation, pollutants, toxins, etc.
However, with the advancement in the field of cosmetology, the infusion of Glutathione a natural antioxidant is now possible. The Glutathione treatment is safe, affordable and effective, which helps in the brightening and rejuvenation of the skin.
1What is Glutathione?
Glutathione is a natural antioxidant that is considered as the " mother of all antioxidants". It is produced in our body and neutralizes free radicals and detoxification. It helps in reducing the dark melanin pigments, and convert them into lighter pigments, thus, making the skin fairer and brighter. However, Glutathione levels decrease with aging and greater exposure to toxins. Without this protection, the cells, and body age faster. Hence, for those who look forward to maintaining glowing skin, external supplementation of Glutathione becomes a natural choice.
2Forms of Glutathione
Glutathione is poorly absorbed from the gastrointestinal tract and hence foods rich in glutathione (carrots, broccoli, potatoes, eggs, cheese ) do not appear to contribute to increasing in its levels within our body cells. Even though it's not yet an FDA approved procedure Oral, Nasal spray and Intravenous supplementation of glutathione have shown significant skin lightening and antiageing benefits. It is also used to treat various neurodegenerative diseases.
3IV glutathione infusion therapy
Our trained doctors calculate the dosage and give the injections once a week or once in two weeks till the desired result is visible. Oral tablets are advised for further additional supplementation.
4When will I notice the results?
Some might see the result in as early as four weeks, while some may take longer. Results also vary on your current skin color. Desired results can be maintained by avoiding sun exposure and with supplements, with N-acetyl cysteine and Vitamin C. A minimum of 3 months of continuous usage is necessary for significant results.
5Potential side effects:
  • Taking glutathione in the long-term has been linked to lower zinc levels.
  • Inhaled glutathione may also trigger asthma attacks in people who have asthma. Symptoms may include wheezing.
  • Avoid taking glutathione if you're sensitive to it.
  • We do not have sufficient data to recommend the use of glutathione during pregnancy and breastfeeding.
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