Reminders On Getting A Glutathione Injection

If you’re deciding on getting gluta treatment or on your way to your first session, read up on our reminders on gettin

Glutathione Drip – is a cocktail of nutrient designed to deliver high antioxidant coverage, immune protection, stress defense and better skin complexion. Those are important to assist the holistic approach to a full on beauty glow up. 

1. Before going to the actual process of Gluta Injection

The amount of glutathione IV sessions depends on how many shades lighter you want your skin tone to be. It is recommended to have IV infusions twice a week or every 5 days in the first month, then done weekly until desired skin tone are achieved. After the initial sessions, one session every month is still needed to maintain results.

Typically one round of 10-12 sessions can lighten and even the skin from 1 to 3 shades lighter. Depending on the status of your metabolism and how light you would like your skin to be, you need to commit more rounds of glutathione treatment.

Regular maintenance is required to preserve the lighter skin tone you already have.

The frequency of maintenance will depend on your ability to maintain anti-oxidant levels. The following factors will impede your results as they will increase the oxidative stress in your body:

· Regular smoking

· Excessive alcohol intake

· Poor diet

· Environmental Toxins

· Poor sleeping habits

· Constant stress

If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, it is not advised to receive glutathione treatments. Also if you have severe kidney and severe liver problems it is not recommended to receive treatment for health precautions.

As this is a medical procedure, make sure you are well hydrated and have consumed a full meal before treatment.

High dosage of glutathione is not recommended for first time users unless it is with the patient’s consent. 

2. Things to expect during the Procedure

Each patient will undergo a pre-infusion consultation with a registered nurse.

Once you have been approved for intravenous (IV) glutathione treatments you can now have yourself treated for glutathione.

You will be asked to sit down or lie down and the registered nurse will make sure you feel relaxed.

Registered nurses will assess your vitals—including blood pressure, pulse rate, oxygen saturation, and temperature— to make sure treatment is viable.

They will sterilize the insertion area, (veins in the arm or peripheral veins), then insert the IV needle.

The nurse will then connect you to the sterilized drip if it’s an IV infusion or push, glutathione will be given straight to the vein through a syringe.

During the treatment you can relax in our comfortable lounge chairs and watch your favorite TV shows, read a good book, have a healthy snack all while enjoying healthy drinks offered in the gluta spa.

You will be monitored during treatment.

The treatment is relatively painless.

3. Things you must and must not do after Procedure

If you miss a treatment, you won’t achieve the results you’re looking for. If you spend just a minute under the sun, you’ll go darker again.

Avoid excessive sun exposure, tanning booths, spray tans, and wear sunscreen on a daily basis.

Apply pressure over the IV site and vigorous exercises of the involved extremity for 1-2 days to minimize the risk of bleeding. There also might be some bruising or ecchymosis over the IV site.

For the first few days there might be some bruising or ecchymosis over the IV site.

Useful complementary treatment that includes sunblock, Vitamin C, and oral glutathione enhancers to minimize the effects of sun damage and sun tan.

You can expect to see results within 2-4 weeks (depending on your metabolism)

The greatest expectation that will be fulfilled is to see results within 2 to 4 weeks depending on your metabolism.

All of these are just guidelines and reminders you need to remember when deciding if you really want to avail a glutathione treatment to improve your skin, health, and well-being.

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