The rise of iv vitamin drips can be attributed to celebrities who have used the treatment in helping them survive long and hectic work schedules. Years ago IV infusion was only associated with hospitals and illness. Today, we’ll look at ways how an iv drip therapy plays a role in these famous people’s lives.
Entertainment reporter Sophie Goulopoulos wrote an article in MailOnline how actress Ruby Rose gets through her crazy work by getting IV vitamin drips:
“She eats well and she doesn’t smoke or drink, but from time to time even Ruby Rose needs a little boost to be able to keep her health tip top.
The Orange Is The New Black took to Instagram on Thursday to share her secret, and the answer is a vitamin cocktail sent straight into her bloodstream at a clinic in Melbourne at a cost of $289.
In the caption, GQ Australia’s Woman Of The Year explained: ‘Vitamin pills don’t sit well in my stomach and this goes straight into my blood, this will get me through the next month of crazy work!’
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Chris Heath, a GQ correspondent, sat down with Simon Cowell to find out more about this famous reality television judge and producer. In the published article Cowell follows a particular routine – weekly intravenous vitamin therapy with B12, magnesium, vitamin C.
“Sometimes he has it done in the office, sometimes at home. Before the needle goes in, Cowell’s arm is frozen with a spray so that it doesn’t hurt.
“Even when I’m having a viewing session with producers,” he says, “she just sticks a needle in me and we carry on doing whatever we’re doing.”
He is connected to the IV for around half an hour.
“When you have it done, it’s an incredibly warm feeling,” he testifies. “You feel all the vitamins going through you. It’s indescribable but very calming, and then it gives you energy for a good few days afterward.”
This procedure was recommended to him two or three years ago by a friend, Dannii Minogue (former UK X Factor judge and sister of Kylie), and through Cowell, its popularity has been spreading.
“Everyone I’ve recommended it to, they’ve absolutely loved it,” he says. “It sounds odd, but when you have it, it is fantastic….”
Full interview appeared on GQ.com: “Simon Cowell is a Very Odd Boy“
Other celebrities such as Rihanna, Cara Delevingne, and Rita Ora posted pictures on their social media account getting vitamin drips. If you’re considering having one, getting an IV therapy in Toronto is now made easier. Reach out to Dr. Amauri Caversan to learn more about the treatment process.
For additional information, read “Intravenous Vitamin Therapy – What, Why, Where, How?”
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