Skin Whitening Injection is a popular treatment for people who want to lighten their complexion. It’s also used to boost energy, detoxify the body, and even reduce blemishes. This procedure is quite simple, much like getting a vaccine shot. A dermatologist mixes chemicals based on crucial factors and injects it into your body via a vein. Glutathione Glutathione is found in every cell of the body and is a powerful antioxidant that protects cells from oxidative damage, a process called oxidative stress. It also helps to detoxify harmful substances and support the immune system. It is often referred to as the “master antioxidant” because it is involved in many of the body’s processes. It is important for maintaining healthy liver function, reducing inflammation and promoting optimal health. It is a key player in immune system function and an antioxidant that can reduce the risk of chronic diseases like Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s and heart disease. It is used in many skincare products and is known for its anti-aging benefits, especially for treating wrinkles. It also lightens the skin and removes age spots, liver spots and dark circles under the eyes. However, glutathione is not well absorbed when taken by mouth and the most effective way to get it into the body is through intravenous injections or through a liposomal form that is encapsulated into lipids. Vitamin C Drip Glutathione is known to be very effective for skin lightening and making your face glow. It is a very safe and non-toxic alternative to other treatments like chemical peels or laser skin resurfacing. However, it is important to get this treatment done by a qualified dermatologist, and our office is here to help! Vitamin C is a science-backed, dermatologist-favorite ingredient that may help slow early skin aging, prevent sun damage, and improve the appearance of wrinkles and dark spots. It also fights free radicals, which are harmful toxins that may contribute to your skin’s dullness and discoloration. Glutathione injections are popular in Asia, where women report increased energy, boosted immune systems, and even higher sex drive as well as brighter, whiter, more radiant skin (an appealing prospect in a culture that often holds fairer complexions in high regard). Oral antioxidants like vitamin C, L-cysteine, tranexamic acid, sheep placenta, and collagen have been shown to be useful in deactivating the enzyme tyrosinase, which is needed for melanin production. Collagen Injections Collagen injections are used to soften facial lines and wrinkles, as well as improve the appearance of acne scars and crow’s feet. Collagen is a protein found in the skin, tendons, and cartilage. Over time, due to aging, sun damage, and other factors, the body produces less collagen and the skin begins to show the signs of aging. Collagen can be injected into the face, neck, chest, hands and decolletage to smooth out fine lines and wrinkles. It can also be injected into stretch marks to reduce their appearance. There are several types of collagen available, including Sculptra Aesthetic and Artecoll, which are synthetic collagen, and autologen and dermalogen, which is collagen extracted from another area of the body and does not trigger an allergic reaction. For the procedure, your doctor will mark specific points for the injections using a pencil and apply antiseptic to those areas. The treatment is not painful, and there will be minimal swelling or bruising after the treatment. Vitamin A Drip Aside from skin lightening, this IV treatment is known to combat various ailments such as psoriasis, eczema and to decrease free radicals. It’s also popular with fitness enthusiasts as it helps prevent dehydration and electrolyte imbalance. Frequent flyers also enjoy the benefits of this treatment, as it helps with jet lag. It is important to note that any IV drip must be administered by a qualified healthcare professional in a safe clinical environment. Treatments take around 1 hour.