View Full Version : Glutathione topical form?

10-28-2014, 04:39 AM
What are peoples thoughts on Glutathione? I heard when ingested its useless but topical lotion based is very powerful?

The current compounding pharmacist I use said she can formulate it with biotin, separate lotion for me at a low cost. I'm thinking of adding this on my next order as I read good stuff about it.

What do you guys think?

10-28-2014, 10:24 PM
Bro, we need more direct treatments. There so many of these little treatments and none of them have any proven results, most of it is hearsay. There's only so many things that you can try and it's like you have to try everything at least for 3 months before seeing results (sounds like a convenient lie for most snake oil sellers). And at the end of the day, you end up being on so many different supplements that it's impossible to know which ones were benefiting you and which ones were useless.

I think we should focus our energy on more direct and promising treatments like CB or researching iontophoresis/galvanic devices. You found an amazing and knowledgeable pharmacist, thank you very much for this. If you could also find someone who can help us make advances on iontophoresis that could be a real game changer. Look at my thread 'Let's get iontophoresis now' in cutting edge treatments. Every major treatment had been used with galvanic devices for better results and with smaller doses/less sides. But no one here has the chemistry knowledge to pull it off.

10-29-2014, 04:05 AM
Yes your right, but some of these little less talked about products may help as Dr Klein was supposed to start his trials this year for a growth product. Now he's gone we stuck with the basics, I do beleive In nature somewhere there is a simple cure.

01-08-2015, 07:28 AM
I just placed a new order on a mixture;

Acetyl Glutathione, Vitamin E and Vitamin C.