Intramuscular Injection To Brighten Up Your Skin
This basic intramuscular shot helps to improve the free radical damage and brightens the skin from sun damage.
Actives: antioxidant glutathione and pigment brightening agent tranexamic acid.
- Sun protection
- Skin brightening
Micronutrient injection entails intramuscular or intravenous injection of micronutrients to restore the nutritional needs of the body.
Various preservative-free medications are injected to supplement, restore, and enhance one’s micronutritional status for anti-aging, skin support, energy and stamina, detoxification, and fat metabolism.
Micronutrient injection via the intramuscular route is called shots. Micronutrient injection via the intravenous route is called infusion.
Based on the advanced diagnostic anti-aging testing, micronutrient injections are individually tailored in the areas of antioxidants, vitamins, minerals, amino acids, metabolites, enzymes, carbohydrate metabolism, and hormone balancing.
Compared to oral supplementation, Micronutrient Injection:
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After advanced diagnostic antiaging testing, Micronutrient injection, either intramuscular and/or intravenous, can begin.
Micronutrient Injection, Intramuscular
Patients may receive treatment in standing or supine position generally in the buttock area. Treatment can be given once or twice weekly.
There is generally no recovery. Most people return to work and activities immediately.
Injection site soreness
Irritation in the vein, secondary to infuser’s effects on the circulatory system
Arm pain at the infusion site, lasting for a few days.
Lowering of blood pressure
Lowering of blood sugar
Muscle cramps or weakness