Name: Glutathione

Common aliases and abbreviations: L-glutathione; Glutathione (GSH); Glutathione (GSSG); Glutathione (reduced form), 98%; Glutathione-rich yeast extract; Reduced glutathione; Γ-glutamyl-cysteinyl-glycine;

CAS #: 70-18-8

Molecular formula: C10H17N3O6S

Molecular weight: 307.323

made in China

Appearance and properties: white powder

Density: 1.441 g/cm3

Melting point: 182-192ºC

Boiling point: 410.1ºC

Refractive index: 1.571

Purity: 99%

Suggested dosage: 0.05%-0.5%

Uses: beauty industry

Qualification: MSDS/COA

Packing specification: 1KG/bag

Storage: Store in a dry and cool place

Shelf life: 2 years




Glutathione Application

Glutathione is a small molecular peptide that is combined with glutamic acid, cysteine and glycine and contains an active sulfhydryl group. It is the best small molecule antioxidant found so far.

As an important antioxidant and free radical scavenger in the body, it can efficiently remove skin by combining with free radicals and heavy metals

Free radicals and peroxides produced in skin tissue metabolism, and defend against lipid peroxidation of mitochondria in cells, thereby

To protect skin tissue and cells, delay skin aging effect.

Glutathione efficacy

As an antioxidant, conditioning agent, etc., it is used in the field of personal care products. Good compatibility with skin. Easy to absorb. It has good anti-aging, anti-aging and skin care effects.


Glutathione cannot be mixed with vitamin B12, orotic acid (vitamin B13) and added to cosmetics, otherwise it will cause skin allergies.


  1. May cause respiratory irritation symptoms. The toxicological properties of this substance have not been fully investigated.
  2. May cause skin irritation. May cause erythema, edema, crusting and scaling.
  3. May cause eye irritation.

Preparation method or process
There are four preparation methods: solvent extraction, enzymatic, fermentation and chemical synthesis. Most of the extraction and enzymatic methods use wheat germ as the raw material, which are processed by adding appropriate solvents or combined with amylase and protease, and then centrifuged, separated and refined. There are two ways to prepare glutathione through biotechnology: one is to breed high-yielding yeast strains rich in GSH, and then isolate and extract it; the other is to cultivate green algae rich in GSH, and then Extracted in a similar way to yeast.


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