Skin Whitening Injection is a popular way to lighten skin and improve uneven complexion. The injections contain substances that inhibit the pigment cells called melanocytes so that the skin becomes lighter. There are also other products available, including creams, lotions, and pills, that contain skin-lightening ingredients such as hydroquinone or kojic acid. However, these products can be dangerous to the body and should only be used under a doctor’s supervision.
Glutathione is a natural antioxidant produced by the liver that detoxifies harmful toxins from the body. It can be absorbed better through intramuscular shots than oral supplements. It works by converting to GSSG, or glutathione disulfide, that blocks melanin production. It also clears toxins and free radicals from the body that cause hyperpigmentation, dark spots, age spots, wrinkles, acne, and melasma.
Unlike the pills, skin-whitening injections are directly injected into the bloodstream and start working immediately. The injections also have a longer-lasting effect than the pill. Injections can be done as often as twice a week for the first six weeks and then once a week after that.
This treatment can be combined with other ozone, dermabrasion, and laser treatments for better results. It is best to consult with an experienced dermatologist to determine the right combination of treatments for your unique needs.