Since the start of our business, our most salable whitening product is the Opulence Nutrawhite Power of Glutathione and Vitamin C PLUS food supplement. Aside from the two titular ingredients, glutathione and vitamin c, our best Gluta capsule supplement also contains N-Acetylcysteine or NAC, marine collagen, Hyaluronic Acid, Alpha Lipoic Acid or ALA, and vitamin E.
All play equally important roles which make Opulence Nutrawhite one of the best in class skin whitening solution in the market. But there’s a reason why we call it Gluta C wherein vitamin C receives “equal billing” with the “star” ingredient.
To reiterate, Glutathione is THE star of the show.
Glutathione lightens and gives you fair skin while cleaning your liver, getting rid of free radicals, and blasting your body with antioxidants. It’s the ultimate star in the field of health supplements. But every star needs a co-star. A running mate that builds upon the benefits of glutathione and makes it more potent.
Vitamin C, the Co-Star
It’s not fanciest of ingredients, heck you can find vitamin-c in everyday fruits and over the counter supplements. It’s present in common citrus fruits like kalamansi, oranges, and lemons and thanks to the constant barrage of TV commercials, a well-known health supplement for kids and adults.
Although commonly known as a treatment for cold or sipon, vitamin c has many qualities that make it a great complimentary ingredient.
Like glutathione, vitamin c has antioxidizing properties that can reduce free radicals and oxidizing chemicals. What are free radicals? Let’s do a short chemistry review.
Free radicals are molecules that have an extra or unpaired electron. Since nature calls for a balanced number between protons (positive) and electrons (negative), this imbalance of electrons makes the molecule unstable. Imagine a game of Trip to Jerusalem or musical chairs, there are 10 players but only 9 chairs, when the music stops one player won’t have a chair to sit on.
Free Radicals, Not Everything That’s Free is Good
So imagine again, instead of being out of the game, the player who was ousted from the game enters another Trip to Jerusalem game. Wanting to REALLY get a chair, this player (stray electron) disrupts this set of players (molecules) so it creates another imbalanced molecule, and so on and on it goes.
This constant, microscopic battle happens on your skin and inside your body.
Smoke, pollution, excessive sun and UV rays can cause your skin to react and create free radicals. The chain reaction of millions of “Trip to Jerusalems” on your skin can cause premature aging and diseases. Simply put, to stop the chain reaction, you must remove that “extra player” from the game.
This is the role of antioxidants and Vitamin C is clinically proven to maintain reduced glutathione concentrations in blood, maintains a body’s supply of antioxidants, and improves the overall protection of our body from free radicals.
Team Play Between Glutathione and Vitamin C
Gluta C - both glutathione and vitamin c neutralize free radicals on their own, but when taken together, the two supplements work brilliantly together.
A healthy supply of vitamin c helps maintain glutathione in the blood.
Glutathione’s antioxidizing properties convert oxidized dehydroascorbate into Dehydroascorbic acid, which is an oxidized form of ascorbic acid, which is actually vitamin c.
Since you have more vitamin c, it helps maintain glutathione which then helps make more vitamin c. It’s one great partnership between the “star” and the “co-star”
And THAT is why we combined glutathione and vitamin c and give them equal billing.
Did our little article about antioxidation and skin whitening excite you? Experience how this great tandem works by getting the Opulence Nutrawhite Power of Glutathione and Vitamin C PLUS. It’s available through our online store and our shop located at Trinoma, Quezon City or call us at 0908-8854618