There are only a handful of liposomal glutathione suppliers, and all retail brands buy from one of these suppliers.
It’s relatively easy to identify the suppliers, by the label on the liposomal glutathione bottle. Each glutathione supplier has his own signature formulation.
1. Azantis Liposomal Glutathione. Daily dose 4 ml liquid. Glutathione per dose 500 mg. Phospholipids 400 mg. Find Azantis glutathione liposomes here. Prices range from $2.33 to $1.23 for a daily dose, depending on volume discounts.
2. Lipoceutical Glutathione. Daily dose is 5 ml (a teaspoon). Glutathione dose is 420 mg. No information provided about phospholipid content other than that it is hydroxylated soy lecithin. Internet prices are fairly fixed at $2.97 per equivalent 500 mg glutathione dose.
3. Lypo-Spheric GSH. Daily dose is 5.4 ml. This product is a blend of glutathione and vitamin B12. Contains 450 mg reduced glutathione and 1,000 mg of phospholipids. The product also contains 10 micro grams of methylcobalamin (vitamin B12). Prices range from $1.97 to $1.86 per 500 mg glutathione. In other words, there’s hardly any volume discount.
4. Tri-Fortify Liposomal Glutathione. Daily dose is 5.0 ml. This liposomal glutathione is reduced L-glutathione. Contains 450 mg reduced glutathione and an undisclosed quantity of soy phospholipids. Price is fixed at $1.86 per 500 mg glutathione. Practitioners can buy directly from manufacturer, but consumers can not.