Glutathione IV

Radiant. Revitalized. Renewed

What is Glutathione IV?

Glutathione IV therapy efficiently administers the powerful antioxidant, glutathione, directly into the bloodstream through an intravenous (IV) drip. This compound, naturally found in the body, plays a crucial role in protecting cells from damage, detoxifying the liver, and promoting healthy skin. Glutathione is a naturally occurring compound found in the body that helps to protect cells from damage, detoxify the liver, and support healthy skin.



When selecting a medical spa for your glutathione IV therapy, it’s essential to consider several key factors: the qualifications of the staff, adherence to safety protocols, the spa’s reputation, the ability to customize treatments, the quality of follow-up care, and the standard of products used. Skin Works excels in meeting all these criteria. Our clinic not only uses medical-grade products but also boasts a team of medically licensed professionals, ensuring top-notch service and care.



The most suitable type of glutathione treatment for you will hinge on your specific needs and concerns. Commonly offered treatments include:



Glutathione IV therapy, a treatment administering the antioxidant glutathione directly into the bloodstream through an IV, serves multiple purposes. While many skin care professionals believe that this is a great treatment to lighten up the skin, it’s important to note that this therapy is not FDA-approved for skin whitening. To ensure both safety and effectiveness, it’s crucial to consult with a healthcare professional before initiating any new treatment.



The primary distinction between a Glutathione injection and a Glutathione IV lies in their respective methods of administration. A Glutathione injection is administered intramuscularly, meaning it’s directly injected into muscle tissue.



A Glutathione combo push combines a Glutathione injection with a Vitamin C injection, designed to deliver high doses of both antioxidants directly into the bloodstream through intramuscular injection. Glutathione is renowned for its diverse uses, including skin whitening, anti-aging, antioxidant properties, detoxification, and more. Concurrently, Vitamin C not only boosts the immune system and protects the skin but also amplifies the effects of Glutathione.



Our exclusive skin brightening IV treatment features a potent blend of B12, B-Complex, Biotin, 1,000 milligrams of Glutathione, Folic Acid, 2,500 milligrams of Vitamin C, and 1 liter (1000ml) of saline for optimal hydration. This comprehensive formula is meticulously crafted to enhance the overall health and appearance of your skin and hair, elevate your mood, and strengthen your immune system.



The price of Glutathione IV treatment at Skin Works varies, depending on the specific type of treatment chosen. Additionally, costs may differ based on whether the treatment is received as a standalone service or as part of a package deal. We pride ourselves on transparent pricing, with absolutely no hidden fees, and our treatments range from $90 to $300.




Visit us at the Rolling Hills Plaza on 2573 Pacific Coast Highway in Torrance. It is conveniently located for residents of Manhattan Beach, Rancho Palos Verdes, Hermosa Beach, Redondo Beach, El Segundo, Torrance, San Pedro, Inglewood, Hawthorne, Gardena, Carson, Lomita, and Palos Verdes. Schedule your consultation today!

Glutathione IV Options & Prices


$50$ 0

Not sure what you need? Experience our no-obligation, free consultations at your convenience. During this session, we pay close attention to your concerns and desired outcomes. Following an examination of your areas of concern, we'll present all available options. You can expect complete transparency about costs, potential side-effects, expected results, recovery, after-care, and available promotions and financing options. We're committed to empowering you with all necessary information for an informed decision.



1,000 milligrams of pure G pushed intra-venously for fast absorption.



2,000 milligrams of pure G pushed intra-venously for fast absorption.



1,000mg of G & 1,500mg of Vitamin C pushed intra-venously for fast absorption.


$250 Upgrade to 1000ml of Saline for additional $100

B12, B-Complex, Biotin, Glutathione (1,000 milligrams), Folic Acid, Vitamin C (2,500 milligrams). 500ml of saline for extra hydration. Great for skin, hair, mood and immunity.

Myers' Cocktail

$300 Upgrade to 1000ml of Saline for additional $100

Myers' Cocktail in 500ml Saline

B-12 Shot

$35 5+1 Deal


Skinny Shot

$50 5+1 Deal





Tap on a question to see more!

What is Glutathione?

Glutathione is a naturally occurring antioxidant in the body that helps to protect cells from damage. It comprises three amino acids: cysteine, glutamic acid, and glycine. It is found in high concentrations in the liver, where it plays a crucial role in harmful detoxifying substances, but it is also found in other parts of the body, such as the lens of the eye, sperm, and the skin. It is also available in supplement form.

what to avoid when taking glutathione?

When taking glutathione supplements, avoid alcohol and speak with your healthcare provider. Be cautious with high dosages as they may cause side effects. Also, check the supplement is from a reputable source and is manufactured in a GMP-certified facility.

what does glutathione do?

Glutathione is a naturally occurring antioxidant that helps protect cells from damage. It has several bodily functions, including detoxification, immune system support, anti-aging, skin lightening, protection of vital organs, and tissue repair and growth. It is found in high concentrations in the liver and is also available in supplement form.

What Is A glutathione Push?

A glutathione push is a method of administering glutathione, an antioxidant, directly into the bloodstream through intravenous (IV) or IV infusions. This method allows the nutrient to bypass the digestive system and be absorbed directly into the bloodstream, providing a higher nutrient concentration to the body. This method of administration is best for individuals who have difficulty absorbing glutathione through oral supplements or have a medical condition that requires a higher concentration of this antioxidant.

Do I need to prepare for glutathione therapy?

Before undergoing glutathione therapy, it is important to speak with your healthcare provider. They may ask you to do a blood test, so inform them of any medications you are taking, drink plenty of water, fast before the therapy, and inform them of any allergies. Follow your healthcare provider's instructions regarding preparation.

Does Glutathione therapy hurt?

Glutathione therapy is administered through IV injections or infusions, typically done in a medical office or clinic. Some people may experience discomfort or pain during the IV insertions, but it is generally a quick and relatively painless procedure. After the IV is inserted, you may experience a mild burning sensation or a feeling of pressure as the solution is being infused, but this is usually short-lived and goes away quickly.

What are the side effects of glutathione therapy?

Glutathione therapy is considered safe when done in accurate dosages. Common side effects are mild discomfort, burning sensation, fatigue, headaches, and nausea. However, contact your healthcare provider immediately if you experience severe side effects. It's best to speak with your healthcare provider before starting any new therapy to discuss any potential risks or side effects.

Is there any downtime from glutathione therapy?

Glutathione therapy usually requires no significant downtime. Some mild side effects like fatigue or headache may occur but are short-lived and should not affect daily activities. Drink plenty of water, rest after the therapy, and follow your healthcare provider's instructions.

Who cannot receive glutathione vitamin therapy?

Individuals who should not receive Glutathione therapy include those with known allergy or sensitivity to glutathione, pregnant or breastfeeding women, those with certain medical conditions such as compromised immune system, blood clotting disorders and those taking blood thinners, those with liver or kidney disease, and those taking certain medications like anti-cancer drugs. Always consult with your healthcare provider before starting any new therapy.

Is glutathione therapy safe?

Glutathione therapy is generally safe when done in recommended dosages and under the supervision of a healthcare professional. Mild side effects like discomfort, burning sensation, fatigue, headaches, and nausea may occur but are short.


Skin Works is a Trusted Provider of Non-Invasive Cosmetic Procedures

Book a free consultation