Beauoxi White : Does Beauoxi White Work?


Q: As a woman in her fifties, I am becoming more interested in preserving my youthfulness and am especially concerned about aging facial skin. Not only are lines and wrinkles bothering me, but I seem to have developed awful age spots, both on my face and other parts of my body. My friend told me about an ingredient called Glutathione which is supposedly a magic ‘cure-all’! I know it is the main ingredient in Beauoxi White, but I need to know more about it before I buy this brand. Does it really work?
Expert Answer
Beauoxi White

There is good news and bad news about the ingredient Glutathione. First, it is a natural substance that can be found in every cell in the body, and is essential in preventing a large number of diseases, including Parkinson’s disease and even cancer. While it has proven successful in many conditions, there is little evidence to show it has much effect as a skin-lightener, despite what brands such as Beauoxi White may claim. It does have a slight benefit in reducing the amount of Melanin in the body (Melanin is the substance responsible for dark skin pigmentation), but its primary function is in the area of anti-aging.

Glutathione must be taken with added Vitamin C to aid absorption, and this brand of skin-lightener does include the vitamin in the formula, along with Grapeseed oil. Alpha-Lipoic acid (which boosts the level of Glutathione), and Vitamin E. However, studies show that Glutathione is really only effective when it is either administered transdermally (for example, through a skin patch) or by injection rather than in an oral capsule, as it is Beauoxi White. Fortunately Glutathione is a very safe substance so taking it as a pill should not cause unpleasant side-effects. Rather, it would just be a waste of your money.

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Published Date
June 13, 2011
Last Updated
September 19, 2013

About Linda Daniels
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Linda Daniels, MA in English literature, has reviewed many wrinkle, eye and skin brightener creams. Read her articles to know about wrinkle, eye and skin brightener creams and how to take care of your face by simple tips and tricks. She is contributing to ConsumerHealthDigest.com since 2011.

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