Vitamin IV Therapy Irvine
Vitamin IV Therapy is the most effective way for the body to absorb essential vitamins for life. It is three times more effective as it by-passes the GI tract and goes directly into the blood.
Safe, Relaxing and Enlivening are some of the words clients use to describe this rejuvenating experience.
There are different type of vitamin IV drip ranging from multi-vitamin to Vitamin C drips.
Consider the different vitamin cocktails with our medical experts and a nurse will administer the vitamin cocktail of your choice.
Book an appointment today. Your Body will love it!
Your most important Questions answered
Why Should I do Vitamin IV Therapy?
IV Vitamin Therapy passes vitamins and nutrients directly into the bloodstream via an IV infusion, bypassing the digestive system. This provides increased cell absorption and 100% bio availability of vitamins. With oral supplements, you only get about 20% absorption after it filters through your digestive system, which clearly pales in comparison to IV vitamin therapy! Your body will love it!
What is the Difference between IV Therapy and a Booster Shot?
IV is an abbreviation for “intra-venous”. To administer an IV Drip, a small plastic tube (catheter) is inserted into a vein using a needle that is quickly removed once the plastic tube is advanced into the vein. IV Drips consist of 500-1000 ml of fluid with a mixture of vitamins and anti-oxidants. The intravenous route is the fastest way to deliver fluids and vitamins throughout the body with 100 % absorption into the bloodstream. IV Drips usually take 45-60 min to infuse. Sit back, listen to your favorite tunes or one of our relaxing meditations or do nothing at all!
A Vitamin Booster is a quick 10-second injection that delivers vitamins intramuscularly, directly into the gluteus or deltoid muscle. There is no IV access required with vitamin boosters. The dosages of vitamins also differ since the rate of absorption is different with an IV going directly into the bloodstream, and a booster going into the muscle, which allows a smaller volume of vitamins to be injected.
How Long do the Effects Last?
After an IV infusion, the vitamins remain in your system and maintain your levels for 2-3 weeks.
How Often Should You Do Vitamin IV Drips?
The frequency of IV Drip therapy is determined on a patient by patient basis. For preventative health and wellness, we recommend one to two IV drips per month to help balance out any vitamin deficiencies. In some cases, with people who suffer from advanced stages of autoimmune diseases or cancer, continued IV therapy may be necessary for nutritional support. Some patients get progressively better and after a series of treatments they no longer require ongoing weekly IV therapy, only monthly treatments to maintain balance. Other patients need regular vitamin injections in order to help alleviate symptoms of their chronic or common medical conditions.
Treatment at a glance
The Vitamin IV Drip Protocol
Vitamin IV Drips usually take 45-60 min to infuse while you are laying down and relaxing.
An IV Push is infused directly into the bloodstream via a plastic catheter that is gently inserted into the vein. It just takes a couple of seconds.
You can lie down and comfortably relax to your favorite music or pick up one of our popular meditation tapes on the way in.
What our clients are saying about us
- She is the Absolutely the Best Cosmetic RN there, is Tina Sherman. She is an artist, precise, gentle, smart and kind.Shelley S.
- The services are still awesome as are the staff! For my Hydrafacial I was assisted by Lindsay. She was amazing!Natalie D.
- Best experience ever! Lindsay was my esthetician and did a phenomenal job. I walked outta there glowing!Tavanna J.
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