Natural Factors, Micronized L- Glutathione-1000mg, Supports Healthy Muscle Tissue and Immune System Function. Glutathione is made up of three different amino acids: glutamine, glycine, and cysteine, and is present in every cell in the body. And it does some heavy lifting: it prevents and delays cell damage and death, keeps our mitochondria strong so they pump out energy, and protect our DNA. While we get the most antioxidants from the foods that we eat, glutathione is produced naturally all the time in our liver and has the ability to bind itself to drugs and toxins to actually assist the liver in eliminating them. Since it is good for liver detoxification, it can help improve the overall appearance of the skin

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Glutathione-1000 mg Benefits Your Skin

Skin Lightening

Although glutathione is generally used for treating health conditions, it is also an effective skin lightener. This is due to the presence of an amino acid called Cysteine. This amino acid has been proven to lighten skin color in sun-exposed skin. If however, you want a skin tone that is lighter than the tone you were born with (also known as skin whitening), you are out of luck.

Glutathione lightens your skin in two ways.

  1. Glutathione lowers the production of melanin in your skin. Melanin is a substance that gives your skin, eyes, and hair its color.

  2. Glutathione also causes your body to produce lighter skin tones, rather than darker skin tones.

By lowering your skin’s melanin production and by your skin producing lighter tones, your skin will begin to appear like its original tone without the sun blemishes. If you want to know what your original skin tone looks like, take a look at your inner arms.

The amount of skin whitening you will receive is dependant on how often you apply it to your skin. People with a lighter complexion will see results between 3-4 months of use, while people with a darker complexion will see results between 6-12 months.

Anti Aging

Glutathione has another great skin benefit. Anti-aging. The most common cause of skin aging is photoaging. Photoaging is caused by repeated exposure to UV light from the sun. UV rays produce a substance called free radicals which damage our skin cells and cause early aging.

This typically results in:

  • Wrinkles and fine lines

  • Uneven pigmentation resulting in things like freckles and age spots

  • Loose rough skin

  • Visible capillaries