What to Expect During Treatment
Vitamin injections are quick and nearly painless. Your doctor will review your health history and medications, determine your individual needs, and then perform the injection. After your skin is cleaned with an alcohol wipe, a small needle is injected into the shoulder or gluteus muscle and the vitamin is delivered. There is no aftercare or downtime, and you will see results within a few hours of the injection. You can add an injection to your office visit or treatment session, or stop by for a quick treatment on its own.
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Vitamins are an essential component of skin and hair health. To learn more about your treatment options with our board-certified dermatologists, we invite you to contact our office by calling or filling out our online form.
Vitamin injections are quick, effective treatments that can replenish nutrients needed for healthy hair, skin, and nails – whether you wish to improve wound healing, boost collagen levels for hair and nail growth, or increase antioxidants for glowing skin. We offer a select menu of intramuscular vitamin injections tailored to your individual needs. Vitamin injections are a helpful part of our comprehensive approach to skin and body wellness.
Vitamin B Complex
Vitamin B Complex is a collection of B vitamins that together help to reduce inflammation and the signs of skin aging by restoring moisture to the skin, improving blood flow, and reducing the appearance of age spots and other discoloration. Some studies even show the B complex can encourage the production of healthy new skin cells. B complex can also prevent and reduce acne.
Vitamin B12 supports skin health in several ways. It supports energy production within the cells and is essential in building red blood cells. B12 allows for improvements in blood flow, cell turnover (for healthier skin, hair, and nails), and can help with bone health. It can also be a natural way to get an energy boost. B12 injections have also been used successfully as a treatment for recurrent oral ulcers. B12 can be low in patients who don’t consume many animal products.
Vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant that helps to minimize free radicals that damage and age the skin. It is also a necessary component for collagen production, giving your healthy skin and strong bones. Of course, vitamin C has also long been known to provide an immunity boost and protect you from viruses, another welcome result!