Frequently Asked Questions


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Vitamin Infusions

A vitamin infusion is a method of supplying vitamins, minerals and other nutrients directly into the bloodstream via an intravenous line. This enables vital nutrients to be absorbed quickly and efficiently.

Vitamin infusions can provide several benefits, including increased energy, improved immune function, hydration, enhanced athletic performance and faster recovery from illness or hangovers. They are also popular for promoting skin health and combating signs of ageing.

Vitamin infusions can benefit individuals with vitamin deficiencies, fatigue, stress, weakened immune systems, dehydration or those seeking general health and wellness support. Athletes and people with busy lifestyles often choose vitamin infusions to maintain optimal performance.

Yes, when administered by trained healthcare professionals, vitamin infusions are generally safe. However, it is important to share your medical history and any existing health problems with the healthcare professional to ensure an appropriate choice of nutrients and dosages.

The frequency of vitamin infusion sessions depends on individual health goals and needs. Some people choose weekly infusions, while others prefer monthly sessions to maintain overall wellness.

The duration of a vitamin infusion session can vary, but is usually between 30 minutes and an hour, depending on the specific infusion and individual needs.

Aesthetic medicine

Fillers are substances that are injected into the skin to add volume and fill in wrinkles, while Botox is a neurotoxin that relaxes the muscles and thus reduces the appearance of wrinkles.

Most patients experience minimal discomfort, as most treatments are performed with local anesthetics or numbing creams to minimize pain.

Results vary depending on the product and individual response, but generally fillers last around 6 to 18 months, while Botox injections last around 3 to 6 months before a top-up is required.

Although rare side effects may occur, they are usually mild and temporary. These include redness, swelling or bruising at the injection site. It is important to be treated by a qualified doctor to minimize the risk of complications.

Yes, most patients can return to their normal activities immediately after aesthetic treatments. However, it is recommended to avoid intense physical exertion and sunbathing for a few days to minimize swelling and bruising.

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