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Please note: Infinity products have a standard turn around time of 10 business days as they are compounded

Approx. Expiry Date: 10 weeks from day manufactured.

Glutathione is prescription only

This is a clear, ready-to-inject solution.

Each vial of Glutathione will have a batch number and expiry date. 


Before administrating Glutathione, you should have undertaken adequate education on parenteral vitamins and minerals. If in doubt, please refer to your prescribing practitioner. 

Glutathione 200mg/mL (5mL vial)**



Active ingredients:
- Glutathione 200mg/mL

Other ingredients:
- Benzyl alcohol
- Sodium Hydroxide
- Hydrochloric Acid

Infinity Glutathione 200mg/mL (5mL vial)**

  • SOP Infinity Glutathione  

    This product is not listed on the Australian Register of Therapeutic Goods (ARTG) and the safety and efficacy have not been evaluated by the TGA. Medical professionals prescribe this compounded product because there are no alternatives on the ARTG. This product is compounded in a registered and licensed Australian compounding pharmacy. Glutathione is a tripeptide made from anion acids glycine, cysteine and glutamic acid. It is a natural substance made by the liver.  Glutathione is involved in tissue building, DNA repair, cellular reactions, amino acid transport, metabolism of toxins and carcinogens, immune system function, prevention of oxidative cell damage and enzyme activation. Glutathione deficiency is associated with aging, age related macular degeneration, diabetes, lung and gastrointestinal disease and Parkinson’s disease. Dermatological effects: Thought to lighten the skin, particularly when used with Alpha-lipoic acid Vitamin C, D3 and E. Administration Allure Pacific Aesthetics will only support IM and IV usage.

    •  Glutathione comes in a 5ml vial containing 200mg/ml.  - Dosage range for IV is 1-18mls (200mg-3600mg) slow push (Often after other nutrients given).
    •  The volume used of active substance should equal the volume of sterile water. The push should be no faster then 1ml per 30 seconds.
    •  It is common practice to start at 500mg (2.5ml at 200mg/ml) and increase to 500mg until each infusion is tolerated well.
    •  For the general public 1000mg is the recommended dosage, it is safe to give up to 2-3 times per week.
    •  2000mg is reserved CNS disorders such as Parkinson’s with a maximal frequency of 3 times a week. There is one study suggesting hepatic injury at 36,000mg/month.  
    •  For male infertility 600mg of Glutathione given 2nd daily for 2 months increases sperm motility and morphology in men with varicocele and germ-free genital tract inflammation. - It is not recommended to mix with other ingredients due to compatibility concerns.  
    • Oral supplementation can be taken in between infusions however dosage should be taken into account.   Suggested benefits of Glutathione  - Skin depigmentation – tyrosinase inhibitor - Antioxidant - Immune system boost - Detox   - Male infertility  Indications - Ageing concerns - Alcohol use  - Liver disease - Heart disease - Cystic fibrosis Contraindications and precautions - Asthma - Pregnancy and breast feeding (Lack of data)   Side effects - Thirst,  - Chills - Pain in the vein

    These can be minimised by slowing down the infusion. - Respiratory difficulty/bronchospasm  - Loose stools  - Vascular dilatation in the skin leading to ‘flushing’  

    References Ballatori N, Krance SM, Notenboom S, Shi S, Tieu K, Hammond CL. Glutathione dysregulation and the etiology and progression of human diseases. Biol Chem. 2009 Mar;390(3):191-214. doi: 10.1515/BC.2009.033. PMID: 19166318; PMCID: PMC2756154.  Glutathione, Medscape. Retrieved from   Glutathione, Natural medicines. Pizzorno J. Glutathione! Integr Med (Encinitas). 2014 Feb;13(1):8-12. PMID: 26770075; PMCID: PMC4684116.  

    Written by Dr Toni Connor MMedSci, BMed, DipCouncelling, Cosmetic Medicine Fellowship candidate. MED0002144990,  Ph 0477616366

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