Q&A with Bianca Estelle, Founder of Vitamin Injections London

Vitamin Injections London are running a series of pop-up clinics in Birmingham, delivering vitamin boosts. Read on to find out more.

For those that have never heard of vitamin injections, please can you tell us a little bit about them?

Vitamin Injections are an alternative and superior way to ensure that your body receives the nutrients you want it to receive. Injections are delivered either intravenously or intramuscularly and 99.9% of the ingredients reach the bloodstream, where they can get to work quickly and efficiently.

It’s important to point out that Vitamin Injections London do not offer IV ‘drips’. Instead, the clinic offers treatments with an IV ‘push’ – the syringes used contain a potent vitamin solution and the client is then instructed to drink plenty of water afterwards for maximum absorption. With IV drips, the solution is often not as potent and contains largely water. I believe that only those unable to consume water should receive it via a drip.

Sounds like a great idea, but how exactly do they work?

By delivery via IV therapy, 99.9% of vitamins get straight into the bloodstream and this also avoids any strains on organs such as the liver or stomach. With IV therapy, high quantities of vitamins are used, and these quantities are simply not suitable via oral consumption.

How long does it take to feel the effects?

With vitamin injections, vitamins and nutrients are injection directly into the bloodstream. This differs to supplements taken orally which sometimes contain a coating that the body cannot digest, meaning the contents is void. In addition, of those supplements that can be digested, only 8-15% of the ingredients will be absorbed into the bloodstream after it has passed through the digestive system.

Many clients report immediate affects (especially those with deficiencies) but we recommend a weekly course for optimum results.

Is it painful? If not, what sensation can people expect to feel?

The needle itself is small and is uncomfortable over painful (similar to a blood test experience). As the injection’s contents are absorbed, some clients will notice a metallic taste in their mouth. This is especially common for those who are in strong need of vitamins.

One memorable client was a tired new mum and reported that she felt she was “bouncing off the walls an hour later.”

What are the benefits of this treatment? Is it short term or long term?

The benefits are endless but as a brief overview, vitamin injections can help those with deficiencies, those for are fatigued, those who are seeking more energy to enhance a fitness regime and even those looking for anti-ageing remedies that work from the inside out. We recommend courses are used as when they are needed.

Are there different types of vitamin injection, if so, can you tell us a little bit about each one?

Oh yes, we have a huge treatment menu. Listing every treatment would be extensive but as an idea, we have multiple treatments listed for different aims and these include; Anti-ageing, Detox, Energy, Fat Burning and Health & Wellness. Some popular treatments include the Myers Cocktail, the ‘Pick Me Up’ IV, the ‘Babyface’ IV and B12 injections.

Can you book in for just one treatment?

Absolutely! All of our treatments are available singularly or as part of a course. Many clients try one injection initially and end up booking a course based on their results but there is no obligation to do so.

Check out their website to find out more about the next pop-up clinic.

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