Aqua skin veniscy 86 trina pico cell absorbtion supreme skin whitening injection


Ingredients :

  • Aqua Skin TriNA Pico-Cell L-Ascorbic Acid 4000000mg
  • Aqua skin TriNA Pico-Cell Natural Collagen Extract 120000mg
  • Aqua skin Trina Picocell Hyaluronic Acid 100750mg
  • Aqua Skin TriNA Pico-Cell Epidermal Growth Factor 86000mg
  • Aqua skin Trina Picocell Alpha Lipoic Acid 98250mg
  • Aqua Skin TriNA Pico-Cell Matrixyl 12000 62500mg
  • Aqua Skin TriNA Pico-Cell Multivitamin 3800000mg
  • Aqua Skin TriNA Pico-Cell Kojic Acid 40000mg
  • Aqua Skin TriNA Pico-Cell Copper Peptide 33000mg
  • Aqua Skin TriNA Pico-Cell Vegetal Placenta 55975mg
  • Veniscy TriNA Pico-Cell Hecta-Glutathione 35000000mg
  • Veniscy TriNA Pico-Cell Nonapeptide 40000mg
  • Vennisee TriNA Picocell Dimethylaminoethanol 95000mg
  • Veniscy TriNA Pico-Cell Coenyme Pro Q10 1000000mg
  • Veniscy TriNA Pico-Cell Selenium 31000mg


Aqua skin veniscy 86 trina pico cell absorbtion supreme 10 sessions skin whitening injection

Aqua skin veniscy 86 Glutathione skin whitening injections are a method of administering the antioxidant glutathione directly into the bloodstream. Glutathione is an antioxidant naturally produced by the body that helps neutralize free radicals, which can damage cells and contribute to aging and disease.

Glutathione injections have been marketed for a variety of health-related purposes, including:

  1. Detoxification: Glutathione helps the liver remove chemicals that are foreign to the body, such as drugs and pollutants.
  2. Boosting immune function: Glutathione supports the function of your body’s immune system.
  3. Improving skin health: Some people seek glutathione injections because they believe they can lighten skin and improve complexion, given glutathione’s role in detoxifying the body.
  4. Anti-aging: By fighting oxidative stress and inflammation, which are thought to contribute to aging, glutathione is sometimes promoted as an anti-aging therapy.

However, there is still considerable debate over whether glutathione injections are effective or safe. While it is known that glutathione is beneficial to the body, it’s less clear whether direct injections can provide health benefits. Some studies suggest that glutathione isn’t well-absorbed by the body when it’s taken by mouth, and it’s unclear how much glutathione reaches the body’s cells when it’s injected.

In terms of safety, potential side effects of glutathione injections can include abdominal pain, nausea, and allergic reactions.

In some countries, such as the United States, glutathione injections are not approved by regulatory bodies like the Food and Drug Administration for skin-lightening purposes or for many of the other uses they’re often marketed for.

Before seeking glutathione