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How to Make Your Own Glutathione Creams

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Written by Max Murphy

How to Make Your Own Glutathione Creams

After learning about the healing properties of glutathione I started this blog so I could give everyone as much information as possible about it.

You have read articles on glutathione and asthma, glutathione and diabetes, glutathione and alcoholism, and many more.

I have even given you recipes that make glutathione rich foods a wonderful addition to your diet. Today I am going to teach how to make your own glutathione creams.

Making your own glutathione creams and lotions is not difficult and is an excellent way to save money. Today I am going to give you a simple recipe for glutathione creams.

Glutathione Skin Cream Recipe


  • 10 ounce dark glass jar with a lid
  • Double Boiler
  • 2 ounces powdered glutathione
  • ½  ounce  Beeswax
  • 1 ounce distilled water
  • 1 ounce coconut oil
  • 3 ounces cocoa butter
  • 2 ounces witch hazel
  • 1 tablespoon honey

Step #1 – Prepare Your Container – Wash the dark glass container thoroughly with soap and water to make sure everything is clean.

Step #2 – Making glutathione creams – Set up your double boiler and use medium-low heat. Place the distilled water, cocoa butter, honey, and beeswax in the top of the double boiler. The idea is to melt the beeswax and cocoa butter. Once they are melted remove the mixture from the heat and add the rest of the ingredients. Make sure that you stir thoroughly until the glutathione powder is mixed in completely.

Step #3 – Finishing the Cream – Pour the mixture into your dark glass container before it cools and cap it. Store your glutathione creams in a dark place and keep them capped.

You can add scented oils to the mixture when you remove it from the heat to create many pleasant smelling glutathione creams. You might create a cream with a rose scent, or lavender, or any scent that you can think of.

There is one thing that you need to understand about glutathione creams however. They may lighten skin and the additives that we used may make your skin soft but they cannot be used as a real supplement to the glutathione in your body.

To build glutathione levels to effectively detoxify your body you will need to take a supplement that skyrockets your glutathione levels.

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  • Lori

    Thank you for posting this. I have been looking for a Glutathione cream but the ones available comercially have added ingredients that I need to avoid. When you call for ounces in your recipe you are taking about volume, not weight, right? I found a 50gm jar of powdered glutathoine but that is less than 2 ounces (weight) and that seems like a lot of powder for a 10 oz jar. Also can the honey and witch hazel be left out without significantly afecting the final product? I have blood glucose problems so am particularly concerend about the honey.

  • eny

    Any alternative to witch hazel?

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