Supplements are shortcuts to getting certain nutrients, vitamins and minerals into your body. These nutrients can be extracted from food sources or synthesized in a lab. They are products taken by mouth and can come in various forms such as capsules, gummies, powders and liquids. Beauty supplements are the craze at the moment. Everyone is looking for a process and this is why supplements are popular. More and more people are taking the idea that beauty comes from within literally.
In recent times, beauty supplements have broadened to accommodate skin whitening pills. Certain ingredients have been used in these pills to help reduce melanin production and hyper-pigmentation. Some of these ingredients include:

• Glutathione
• Collagen
• Vitamin C


Glutathione is a powerful antioxidants that contains amino acids in abundance. It helps in cleansing your skin and removing all impurities for you to achieve a brighter complexion. Glutathione does have tremendous benefits for the skin such as:
• It reduces hyperpigmentation in its various forms like freckles, dark circles, etc.
• It reduces pimples and wrinkles
• Promises to give bright, healthy and plump skin.
The best way to reap the benefits of glutathione is to inject the glutathione supplements.

Does glutathione have side effects? Yes! It does! Some include:
• Allergies and rashes
• Possible skin cancer
• Hormonal imbalance
• Liver and kidney damage
• Nausea
• Dizziness and indigestion
The biggest turn off about Glutathione is that it’s effects wear off once you stop using it.


Collagen is a protein that keeps skin supple and string. It’s major role is the smoothening of fine lines and wrinkles to keep skin firm and younger. Collagen levels reduce naturally at the age of 20. Beyond this age, keeping collagen levels at a reasonable level becomes important.
Some benefits of collagen include:
• Hydrated skin. Collagen helps with moisture production.
• Restore damage from sun exposure
• Promote wound healing
• Combats cellulite
The downside of collagen is that it has to be paired with glutathione for maximum results.


Vitamin c is a nutrient gotten from food like citrus fruits, bell peppers and leafy greens, vitamin had brightening benefits as it inhibits the enzyme tyrosinade which is responsible for melanin production. Vitamin c has good brightening effects but just like collagen, it is not effective when taken with glutathione. Vitamin c or collagen is it enough to lighten a person.

Do skin lightening supplements work?
Yes! They do. This is not professional advice so do consult your dermatologist and ensure you use an equally brightening lotion to maintain what you start.

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Article credit : Cocci Beauty