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Dangers of Glutathione Injections For Whitening!

  • 06 Oct 2019
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Having a fair skin is absolutely a dream for every woman which has placed an increasing number of impressionable women at risk of serious injury and death!

Glutathione injections claim to give you “brighter, lighter and glowing skin.”

The injections are sold openly online because it is illegal and absolutely dangerous!

Glutathione is an antioxidant that is naturally synthesized in the body but there is an alarming increase in the unapproved use of glutathione administered intravenously as a skin-whitening agent at very high doses. This results in serious consequences to the health of users.

If someone holds a negative view about their body, nothing may stop them from exploring this risky option but Astro Ulagam found the Dangers of Glutathione Injections for your safety.

1) Suspected kidney dysfunction potential resulting in kidney failure.

2) Injection of air can lead to embolus which is also potentially fatal.

3) Adverse drug reactions ranging from skin rashes to the serious and potentially fatal Steven Johnsons Syndrome and Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis.

4) Unsafe use of needles (recycling, sharing) can result in the transmission of Hepatitis B and even HIV.

5) Serious diseases in the long run such as Cancer because the actual compound of the injections are never known.



Just recently, director Atlee was trolled for his dark complexion after a picture of him sitting with Bollywood star Shah Rukh Khan to watch the Indian Premier League (IPL) match between Kolkata Knight Riders and Chennai Super Kings. Here's what happened: Fans Enraged After Atlee Trolled Again for His Skin Colour!

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Resource: sciencebasedmedicine.org
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