BEAUTY
IV Treatment 

Ingredients

IV FLUIDS: The IV solution with electrolytes to replenish the body's need and hydrate the skin. 

VITAMIN C: Vitamin C helps promotes collagen production, which has potential to thicken the dermis, diminish fine lines, and is essential for firm and vibrant skin. Vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant that protects the skin cells from damaging free radicals caused by UV exposure.[1]  

GLUTATHIONE:Glutathione is a peptide that is naturally produced in every cell of the body. It is made up of three essential amino acids (cysteine, glutamate, and glycine). Glutathione has powerful abilities to promote skin health, body function, reducing inflammation, break down fat, fighting oxidative stress, and has anti-aging properties. [2]

METHYLCOBALAMIN (B12): Vitamin B12 has significant anti-aging benefits. B12 reduces dry skin and acne, improves skin health, and promotes strong shiny hair and nails. Vitamin B12 also supports your mood and memory, plays a role in DNA synthesis, and reduces hyperpigmentation. [3]

B-COMPLEX: B vitamins are a group of water-soluble vitamins required for cellular metabolism. They are essential enzyme and protein activity, which is important to help convert food into energy in order to boost the metabolism. [4]

[1] Crisan, D., Roman, I., Crisan, M., Scharffetter-Kochanek, K., & Badea, R. (2015). The role of vitamin C in pushing back the boundaries of skin aging: an ultrasonographic approach. Clinical, cosmetic and investigational dermatology, 8, 463.

[2] Abdel Hay, R., Mohammed, F. N., Sayed, K. S., Abd El Fattah, N. A., & Ibrahim, S. (2020). Dermoscopy as a useful tool for evaluating melasma and assessing the response to 1064‐nm Q‐switched Nd: YAG laser. Dermatologic Therapy, 33(4), e13629.

[3] Gökalp, H., Bulur, I., & Gürer, M. A. (2014). Decreased vitamin B12 and folic Acid concentrations in acne patients after isotretinoin therapy: a controlled study. Indian journal of dermatology, 59(6), 630.

[4] Feldman, S., Careccia, R. E., Barham, K. L., & Hancox, J. G. (2004). Diagnosis and treatment of acne. American Family Physician, 69(9), 2123-2130.