IV Drip therapy has risen in popularity in the recent years, one thing that might have been overlooked is the idea that it can also be used to maintain one’s beauty. The fad with having a more youthful-looking skin has been increasing since the past 2-3 years, and people are now finding a more natural way instead of the harmful chemicals from products.
A more efficient way is a vitamin drip given intravenously and not just improve your complexion but also your level of energy.
In a post written by Grace Gold in womenshealthblog.com, in which she tried to test the IV Drip herself, she explains how the intravenous infusion works and results after she did the vitamin drip therapy.
“After swiping and signing all liability away on an iPad, the smiling nurse first checked my blood pressure to make sure everything was normal. Then she inserted the IV drip, which felt like a bee sting-like pinch. IV therapy delivers nutrients to the body directly, bypassing the digestive process, which is why it’s supposed to have instant results. "You only absorb about 50 percent of the nutrients you ingest, but with an IV, that’s increased to about 90 percent,” Marissa Fisher, R.N., the registered nurse who administered my IV, explained while we chatted during the treatment.”
“The next morning, I met a publicist for breakfast. “Your skin is glowing!” she said as I gave her a hug. Interesting...given that I had only gotten about four hours of sleep the night before. “I think it’s this beauty IV thing I just tried,” I said. She raised an eyebrow. “How much is it?” she asked, intrigued.”
Read the full post here: I Tried an IV Drip for Younger-Looking Skin - Here’s What Happened
The IV drip also brings a lot of benefits especially to those who are suffering from mild to severe acne. As it is infused intravenously, rest assured that full nutrients enter your body.
Beth England shared the experience she had when she took the drip vitamin therapy. In her published post “Can an IV-Transfusion make you look younger?”, she emphasized the effects of the IV Drips on acne and more of its benefits.
"In my case, Katherine opted for a high dose of vitamin C or L-ascorbic acid, because of its “powerful effect on the skin”. According to the expert, the essential nutrient “helps support the skin’s collagen production [insert link to collagen feature], boosts skin cell rejuvenation and helps the skin to repair and hydrate itself.” When teamed with the Omnilux treatment, it works to “target the appearance of fine lines, treat acne and reduce the appearance of scarring, and assist in the healing of wounds."
Original Post here: Can an IV-Transfusion make you look younger?
Can’t you wait to see the fast results of IV Drips for yourself? If you want to achieve a younger looking skin like everyone who has tried it, you can visit an iv drip clinic and read more information about the other benefits an intravenous vitamin drip will offer.