I've been getting a lot of questions about using Glutathione for skin whitening. I recently ansered a question from Flora and I wanted to share it with you:

I would like to have more information about a product before buying it. It's regarding the product tatiomax vials, is it injectables or sublingual? If it's injectable is it possible to take it sublingualy? My next question is how long does it take to lighten up a person of dark skin?
Thank u for ur answer

Hi Flora,
Great question! The Tatiomax vials are are sterile and are used as injectable by many doctors in Asia and also increasingly in the US. In the US injectables can only be prescribed by a licensed physician and sold by a licensed pharmacist.
So we import the Tatiomax under the supplement provision of FDA DSHEA act for supplements that are generally regarded as safe over a long period of time. As such, we only can offer it for non-injectible uses.

Glutathione can be absorbed and is effective sub-lingually and when injected intramuscularly but most researchers have found that the maximum availability is by IV.
Most people using Glutathione for whitening use 2 vials per week for 5 to 8 weeks. Results are apparent after only 2 or 3 vials. For maximum whitening you should combine Glutathione with a kojic acid soap and a whitening cream/lotion. Depending on how much whitening is desired.
I hope that this helps & please let me know if you have any other questions!
Suzzy & Jack