Introduction to Tri-Immune Boost Injection

by Aymee Wilson, Owner & Founder, Wilson Aesthetics

Tri-Immune Boost Injection is a triple defense immunity formula of potent antioxidants and an essential mineral supporting the body’s immune response. Specifically, this injection is a blend of glutathione, ascorbic acid and zinc that is the ultimate immune system enhancer.

Ascorbic acid, also known as vitamin C, supports the cellular roles of the innate and adaptive immune systems. Zinc sulfate plays a role in the development and function of immune processes, while glutathione protects host immune cells and provides optimal functioning of other cells in the immune system.

This injection is intended to be a booster shot, injected once a week.


Studies suggest that regular vitamin C injections, such as the one found in the booster, help improve overall energy levels and reduce fatigue. The antioxidant properties of glutathione may help protect against the harmful effects of free radicals, potentially reducing the risk of certain chronic diseases.

As an antioxidant, glutathione may help reduce the formation of fine lines and wrinkles and enhance overall skin tone and texture.

What studies say

One study found that glutathione and other antioxidants like ascorbic acid can stimulate butyrate production. This short-chain fatty acid helps maintain gut health and supports immune function.

Studies have shown that supplementing with zinc may help combat infections and aid wound healing.

Who should consider this booster?

Tri-Immune Boost Injection is formulated to enhance the immune system’s response to pathogens and viruses, such as the flu or cold.

Individuals at higher risk for infections, such as older adults or those with compromised immune systems, may particularly benefit from the booster.


This injections is generally safe for most people to use. However, like with any medication or supplement, there may be certain individuals who should exercise caution before using this product.

Individuals with certain medical conditions, such as kidney disease or allergies to any of the ingredients in the injection, should consult with a health care provider.

The procedure

Your healthcare provider will review your medical history prior to treatment. Tri-immune then can be administered through an IV or as Intramuscular Injection. Patients may experience mild discomfort at the injection site, but these symptoms usually subside quickly. After the injection, patients are monitored briefly to ensure no adverse reactions.