Advisory on Injectable Whitening Products

There is nothing wrong with wanting lighter skin or wrinkle-free skin. You can consult with experts on the safety of some beauty products including oxytoxin type II to address the onset of wrinkles. However, if you are planning to inject glutathione to achieve fair skin fast, you might want to know the ill effects of intravenous skin-whitening product to your health.

According to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), drug glutathione can cause kidney failure and blood poisoning if taken in high doses as a skin-whitener. It may also cause toxic epidermal necrolysis, wherein a large portion of the skin peels off exposing the human body to various infections.

Glutathione is administered to treat cancer. But it is now widely used in the Philippines and other Asian countries as skin whitener and being promoted like other skin-whitening products including soaps, lotions and deodorants.

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