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Want to whiten skin. Is gluthathione injection safe?

Hi Doctors, I’m really confused, i want to whiting my skin and i heard that the glutathione injection using for this purpose, to be Injected IM, I’m in Bangladesh and there is a lot of doctors using it for whiting the skin, and I’m going to try it but I’m afraid if it may causes Cancers or a harmful diseases, please I need to know if that glutathione injection with a FDA permission is safe to take or not?
Asked On : Sun, 19 Aug 2012
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Hi,
Thanks for query,
The color of the skin is due to its pigment.no medicine can change it.
Glutathione is an anti oxident.
How anti oxident resulted less melanin production is still debatable.
Anti oxident in oral form does not harm you.
You can use natural methods like
Drink lot of water that will hydrate your skin & glow it.
Take healthy nourshing vitamin rich diet.
Avoid junk foods.
if needed protect your skin from direct sun light.
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Answered: Sat, 22 Sep 2012
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