Glutaredox FAQs

1. What is Glutaredox?

Glutaredox is a sublingually administered reduced glutathione. It has a 98-100% absorption rate due to its advanced formulation and method of adminstration. Due to this, it works just like a glutathione injection and is able to heighten the body’s glutathione count within just 30 minutes.

2. What is the proper dosage?

1 tablet a day would suffice. However, it is also okay to take 2 tablets a day.

3. What are the benefits?

  • Easy to use
  • Potent
  • Effective
  • Safe
  • Flavorful
  • Latest technology
  • Made in Italy
  • FDA Recognized

4. What is the ORO-FS Release technolgy?

The ORS-FS Release technology allows Glutaredox to have a 98-100% absorption. This ensures maximum bioavailability of reduced glutathione for all areas.

5. What is the difference between sublingual and oral?

Sublingual administration basically allows the the body to absorb the reduced glutathione at a faster rate. It has no barriers for absorption and is 100% efficient. On the other hand, oral administrations has lower absorption rates and efficiency since it passes through the digestive and excretory systems, which act as barriers.

6. How effective is it?

Glutaredox has a 98-100% absorption rate and according to studies like this, glutathione levels in the body are seen to have increased dramatically after just 7 days.

7. Is it FDA approved?

Yes it is. Please click here to view the certificate.

8. Is it safe to take if am lactating?

Glutaredox is safe for anyone to take but before taking any kind of supplement, it is best to consult your physician first before deciding.

9. How does Glutaredox get results in just 30 minutes?

Based on this study, Glutaredox is able to give fast results due to the Oro-FS Release technology. To clarify, the results mentioned in the study refers to the reduced glutathione count in the body. This could have immediate effects on the user.

10. What is the difference of Glutaredox from NuWhite? Which is more effective among the two?

NuWhite and Glutaredox are great in their own ways and have their own unique benefits and certain disadvantages. Both are excellent products. First and foremost, Glutaredox is administered sublingual while NuWhite is administered orally. NuWhite is a complete supplument that includes anti-aging and whitening but has a lower absorption rate. Glutaredox, on the other hand, is mostly for whitening but has a higher absorption rate. The effectiveness would ultimately depend on the person’s goal.

11. Can I take 2 capsules a day?

Yes, you may take two capsules a day.

12. May I drink Glutaredox and NuWhite at the same time?

Yes, you may take both products in a day.

13. How does Glutaredox work like a glutathione injection?

The Oro-FS Release technology and the sublingual delivery basically allows the body to absorb 98-100% of the reduced glutathione since the both go directly to the bloodstream. This ensures maximum bioavailability of reduced glutathione in all areas.

14. Why does Glutaredox have a lower glutathione content compared to others?

Don’t let the lower glutathione content fool you. It may be true that some other products have higher glutathione content but that does not really translate into efficient absorption. Glutaredox, due to its Oro-FS Release technology and the sublingual delivery, has a 98-100% absorption rate thus giving more favorable results.