Exclusive Formulation

Highest glutathione dosage approved by TGA Australia

There are mainly three different types of Glutathione (e.g. L-Glutathione or Reduced Glutathione, Liposomal Glutathione and acetyl-glutathione). Derma Blanc uses S-Acetyl Glutathione (S-A-GSH) which has an acetyl group (COCH3) attached to the sulfur atom of cysteine in the glutathione molecule leading it as the most stable form of glutathione for oral ingestion. This acetyl group protects glutathione from breaking down in the gastrointestinal tract enabling to deliver through the blood stream for skin whitening and anti-aging. Most other brand products use either Reduced Glutathione or Liposomal Glutathione because of the cost of making S-Acetyl Glutathione (S-A-GSH) is complicated and its high cost.

Derma Blanc special slow dissolving coating technology further enhances its absorption to the blood stream.

The function of glutathione in Derma Blanc formulation is enhanced by 3 main precursors of glutathione; L-cycteine, Glutamic Acid and Glycine.

It's important to maintain the level of glutathione in the body for its maximum effect. Derma Blanc uses N-acetyl-cysteicne (NAC) to replenish and maintain glutathione level.

In the skin, the enzyme glutathione reductase (GR) is responsible for producing GSH.
Africans tend to have lower levels of GSH and GR.
GHS (Reduced glutathione) inhibits tyrosinase.

Tyrosinase synthesis is one of the main pathways producing eumelanin which is a type of melanin that is mainly responsible for producing the black and brown colour of skin and hair.

There is another group of melanin called pheomelanin which contributes blond/red hair and white skin. This pheomelanin is produced from Glutathione and cysteine.

Slow dissolving technology preventing the glutathione from breaking its chain in the stomach.