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Vitamin B12 Shots

Vitamin D Shots

Vitamin C Shots

Biotin Shots


Re-energise your system and recharge your energy levels with vitamin B-12 complex.


The perfect injection for those lacking in vitamin B12 e.g. if you’re anaemic, vegan, losing balance or feeling weak from time to time.


Vitamin B12 injections are traditionally popular for its energy boosting effects, improvement in metabolism as well as being able to aid with an earlier release of melatonin meaning it can aid the regulation of sleep.


It converts carbohydrates into glucose in the body, thus leading to energy production and a decrease in fatigue and lethargy.


It is also used for various health and wellness applications like boosting red blood cell production which helps to regulate sleep, mood, and appetite cycles.

Experience natural energy lasting for days from a Vitamin B12 shot as opposed to short energy bursts with stimulants like caffeine.

Book a free consultation with Kelly who will be able to recommend the best treatment plan for you and talk you through the procedure.

Increases Natural Energy Levels

Augments Red Blood Cell Production

Helps Regulate Sleep, Mood and Appetite Cycles

Boosts Immune System

Natural Energy Boost

Reduced Stress levels

Less Fatigue

Increased Physical Stamina

The benefits of VITAMIN B12


Recommended Course:


Loading Dose - one injection per week for 4 weeks followed by a boost once per month thereafter

*this is a guide dependent on response



Loading Dose

(4 weeks worth of treatment)


Things you may not know about Vitamin B12 deficiency:

Vitamin B12 is essential for a healthy brain and immune system. Your metabolism actually suffers without it. It's different from the other vitamins however, and is really only found in animal products (eggs, meat, shellfish and dairy) and so vegans, vegetarians and celiacs often struggle to receive enough Vitamin B12.

Vitamin B12 deficiency signs include exhaustion, rapid heartbeat, brain fog, and other symptoms

How is a Vitamin B12 shot administered? 

Vitamin B-12 is injected into a muscle or under the skin typically into your upper arm. It can be a little uncomfortable given that it is a soluable solution being injected into muscle meaning you will slightly be able to feel it once pressure is applied to the injection to administer the B12 solution. 

Some people may experience a 'dead arm' sensation for a little while but this is only very short term and will wear off pretty quickly after the treatment is complete. 

Why do I need more than one treatment? 

We recommend that when having B12, you do this in the form of a loading dose, which is 4 weekly shots of B12 followed by one per week thereafter to see maximum results from this. 


Vitamin D shots, also known as Vitamin D injections, can offer several benefits, especially for individuals who are deficient in this essential nutrient.

Vitamin D is a fat soluble vitamin that the body can naturally make when exposed to sunlight or from certain food groups. 

It is estimated that 50% of the global population is affected by Vitamin D deficiency.

Vitamin D regulates the levels of calcium and phosphate in the body. They are required in order to keep bones, teeth and even muscles fit and healthy.


Book a free consultation with Kelly who will be able to recommend the best treatment plan for you and talk you through the procedure.

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Quick and Effective Correction of Deficiency

Injections can quickly raise vitamin D levels in the body compared to oral supplements

Directly administered into the bloodstream, ensuring full absorption

Improved Bone Health

Vitamin D plays a crucial role in calcium absorption, promoting stronger bones and teeth

Osteoporosis Prevention

Enhanced Immune Function

The benefits of VITAMIN D


£60 per injection

Things you may not know about Vitamin D deficiency:

Vitamin D shots offer a multitude of benefits, particularly for those with significant deficiencies or specific health conditions.


They provide a quick, efficient, and often more effective way to boost vitamin D levels compared to oral supplements, supporting bone health, immune function, mood, cardiovascular health, muscle strength, and potentially reducing the risk of certain chronic diseases.


Always consult with a healthcare provider to determine if vitamin D injections are the right option based on individual health needs and conditions.

How is a Vitamin D shot administered? 

Vitamin D is typically administered intramuscularly.


Vitamin C shots offer several benefits, particularly for individuals with deficiencies or those seeking to boost their overall health and immune function.


Vitamin C shots provide a wide range of health benefits, including enhanced immune function, improved skin health, increased energy levels, better absorption and efficacy, and support for cardiovascular and cognitive health.


They are particularly beneficial for individuals with deficiencies, those who need a quick boost in vitamin C levels, or those looking to improve their overall health and well-being. 


Book a free consultation with Kelly who will be able to recommend the best treatment plan for you and talk you through the procedure.

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Immune Support

Acts as a powerful antioxidant, neutralizing free radicals and reducing oxidative stress

Promotes collagen synthesis, essential for maintaining healthy skin, reducing wrinkles, and improving skin elasticity

Aids in wound healing and reduces the appearance of scars

Helps reduce fatigue and increases energy levels by enhancing the absorption of iron from the diet

Supports overall brain health and may improve cognitive function and reduce the risk of neurodegenerative diseases

Can help alleviate symptoms of stress and improve overall mood

The benefits of VITAMIN C


£50 per injection

Things you may not know about Vitamin C deficiency:

Here are the key aspects of vitamin C deficiency:

Fatigue and Weakness - Early signs include feeling unusually tired and weak.


Frequent Infections - A weakened immune system leads to more frequent infections.


Joint and Muscle Pain - Pain and swelling in the joints and muscles.


Slow Wound Healing - Cuts and wounds take longer to heal.

Dry, Scaly Skin - Skin becomes dry and rough, with small red or blue spots.

Vitamin C deficiency can lead to a range of symptoms from fatigue and gum disease to severe complications like anaemia and poor wound healing. It is essential to maintain a diet rich in vitamin C and be aware of the risk factors and signs of deficiency. 

How is a Vitamin C shot administered? 

Typically administered intramuscularly, ensuring 100% absorption compared to oral supplements that might have reduced bioavailability.


Biotin injections provide several benefits, particularly for hair, skin, and nail health, energy metabolism, and overall well-being.


They are an effective option for individuals with biotin deficiency or those seeking to enhance their appearance and energy levels.



Book a free consultation with Kelly who will be able to recommend the best treatment plan for you and talk you through the procedure.

The benefits of BIOTIN

Promotes hair growth and reduces hair loss

Strengthens hair follicles, resulting in thicker and healthier hair

Improves skin hydration and can lead to a healthier complexion

Helps alleviate skin conditions like dermatitis.

Encourages nail growth and reduces brittleness

Strengthens nails, making them less prone to breaking and splitting

Supports metabolic processes, converting food into energy

Can help reduce fatigue and improve overall energy levels

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£40.00 Per Injection

Things you may not know about Biotin:

Biotin injections, also known as vitamin B7 or vitamin H injections, offer several benefits, particularly for individuals with biotin deficiency or those looking to improve their hair, skin, and nail health.

How is a Biotin shot administered? 


Typically administered intramuscularly. Dosage varies based on individual needs and the severity of deficiency. Regular Injections may be required on a weekly or monthly basis, depending on the individual’s needs and the recommendation of the healthcare provider.

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