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Vitamin Injections

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Benefits

Biotin helps to process our food into energy. It also helps support healthy hair, nails and skin.

Sources

Biotin can be found naturally in foods such as nuts, seeds, pork, cooked eggs, sweet potato, salmon and beef liver.

Do I need it?

Signs that you need more Biotin include hair loss, dry scaly skin, cheilitis, glossitis, dry eyes, loss of appetite, fatigue, insomnia, and depression.

Can I have the treatment?

Vitamin Injections aren't suitable for pregnant women or breastfeeding woman or anyone under the age of 18.

When will I notice a difference?

Vitamin injections get right to work once they have been injected into the body. Typically, you will experience positive effects between 24-72 hours after the treatment.

How often should I get a Biotin Injection?

Our body naturally gets rid of vitamins therefore, it is recommended to top up every 28 days to maintain the health benefits.

What possible side effects are caused from Biotin Injections?

You may experience some mild tenderness, redness, swelling around the injection site. These effects will usually resolve within 48 hours but may last longer in some cases. You may experience some mild bruising around the injection site; this will resolve naturally but may take 1-2 weeks to resolve.

 

Aftercare Advice

If you experience any discomfort afterwards, you can take painkillers such as paracetamol. Please avoid using anti-inflammatory medicines such as aspirin or ibuprofen.

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