Vitamin Injections are a quick and effective way of introducing vital nutrients directly to your bloodstream. When injected, the vitamins are able to bypass your body's digestive system, allowing for maximum absorption. We offer Vitamin B12, B complex C and biotin as intramuscular injections
Vitamin B12 is a water-soluble vitamin, also known as cobalamin. It plays a vital role in brain function and the production of DNA and red blood cells. Deficiency is common, especially in people who follow a vegetarian or vegan diet. However, vegans and vegetarians are not the only ones who are deficient - meat eaters may have deficiency as well. Vitamin B12 helps with problems such as anaemia, depression, and improves brain function. Regular injections can boost energy levels and help with weight loss and mood. We highly recommend that if you have a B12 deficiency to have an injectable once every week for 3 to weeks. Then once every month for three months and then one single jab every three months.
Biotin hair growth injections are a form of treatment that involves the direct injection of biotin, a B-vitamin also known as vitamin B7 or vitamin H, to promote hair growth and improve hair health. Biotin is a vital nutrient that plays a significant role in maintaining healthy hair follicles and supporting the production of keratin, a protein that forms the structural component of hair. Biotin injections can help stimulate the growth of hair follicles, leading to the development of stronger and healthier hair strands, promotes the production of keratin, which can enhance hair thickness and volume, resulting in fuller and more luscious-looking hair. It improves the overall health and condition of the hair, making it less prone to breakage, brittleness, and damage. 1 injection per week for 6 weeks, then 1 injection every 2 weeks.
The body cannot store water-soluble vitamin C, making it necessary to supplement our vitamin C levels regularly. The benefits of vitamin C include: well being, general health and immune function, wound healing, weight loss, building collagen, preventing damage to cells, decreasing fatigue, producing chemical messengers called neurotransmitters and maintaining healthy skin, blood vessels, bones and cartilage. For treating vitamin C deficiency, the typical vitamin C injection dose is 200 mg once daily for up to a week. For wound healing, the typical vitamin C injection dose is 1 gram once daily for 5 to 21 days. It is recommended to have an injection every month for maintenance.