Compared with oral intake of vitamins, vitamin injections allow you to enter a higher concentration of nutrients into the body. The injection method allows you to deliver vitamins directly to the blood. In addition to prevention of potential health issues, a high concentration of vitamins in the body helps to quickly get rid of the ailments associated with a lack of these vitamins. In order to achieve a therapeutic effect, it is necessary that the blood has a certain concentration of vitamins, several times higher than their dose when taken orally. This can only be achieved by intravenous or intramuscular administration of these vitamins.

What can vitamin injections do?

Treat hair loss

Improve condition of hair and skin

Aid in cell proliferation

Aid in weight loss

Improve condition of teeth, bones, cartilage and nails

Provide antioxidant effect

Prevent cancer

Strengthen immune system

Reduce allergy

Improve metabolism

Treat insomnia

Reduce or eliminate inflammation

Treat loss of appetite

Improve health of the vessels

Lower blood pressure

Support the release of anti-stress hormones

All of this plays a hugely important role in prevention of premature aging.


I, Anna, sell such vitamin injections as Vitamin C, Vitamin B12, Vitamin B5 and Vitamin H (B7).


Vitamin C that exists in the human body in the form of L-ascorbic acid is very important for human health and the normal functioning of all organs, including the body’s largest organ – skin.

But, unlike plants and animals, the human body does not produce ascorbic acid itself. It must be obtained from the outside – with either food or by taking vitamin C in tablets or injections.

What Vitamin C does for the skin?

The most important effect of vitamin C on the skin is that it is a powerful natural antioxidant that destroys the free radicals. Young skin contains a significant concentration of vitamin C, but with age, it gradually decreases and reaches 30 percent of the initial level. The free radicals form in the body under the influence of ultraviolet rays and cause photoaging of the skin. Sunscreens absorb a little more than half of these radicals, so it is very important to supplement the sunscreens with vitamin C.

Also, vitamin C promotes collagen production and slows down skin aging. This is especially noticeable with the topical use of skincare products containing Vitamin C.

Intravenous injections of vitamin C are known to lessen the hyperpigmentation. Vitamin C is often added to injections of glutathione that is used as a skin whitening treatment.

Furthermore, vitamin C has an anti-inflammatory effect. It boosts immune system which fights with all kind of infections including skin infections.

Unfortunately, even if you receive vitamin C daily, it does not accumulate in the body. In addition, smoking, alcohol abuse and digestive disorders contribute to lowering vitamin C levels which, in its turn, leads to vitamin C deficiency. Therefore, it’s so important to maintain the levels of vitamin C if your goal is to stay beautiful and ageless.


Is your hair falling out and quickly becomes greasy? These are the signs of hair vitamins deficiency.

The main vitamins for hair growth and hair health are B vitamins. Read further to find out how vitamin B deficiency affects hair growth and loss and which vitamins from B group solve various problems of hair and scalp.

Vitamin deficiency affects overall health, therefore it affects our appearance. Often, due to a lack of necessary substances, the very first part of our body that suffers is hair: it grows dull, breaks, falls out, grows slowly. In some cases, hair problem disappears after a course of vitamin treatment.

Among the vitamins playing the most important role in maintaining the beauty of hair is Biotin (vitamin B7). Since it’s a main vitamin for hair, it’s often referred to as vitamin H.

Vitamin H is found in food. It is also available in tablets and ampoules. It has very few contraindications, so it’s sold without a prescription. When used correctly, it shows noticeable results, as evidenced by many patients.

Heat styling tools such as hair dryers, straightening irons and curling tongs destroy vitamin B7 in your hair.

Having said the above, Biotin deficiency is a rare occurrence. Typically, it is caused by the following factors:

Poor nutrition

Bowel problems, unhealthy microflora

Nervous system issues

Excessive or chronic drinking

Long-term use of antibiotics

Change in blood sugar level

One of the first to react to B7 deficiency is your hair: it becomes dull, dry, fall out, turns gray before time. Additionally, you may be affected by dandruff and seborrhea. Other symptoms of B7 deficiency are general weakness, fatigue and depression. Your skin becomes pale and you develop anemia.

Vitamin H therapy is prescribed in such cases as:

Decrease in the speed of hair growth

Loss of hair

Dry, brittle hair, lack of natural healthy shine

Appearance of gray hair

Split ends, dandruff

Dull skin tone and unhealthy facial complexion, dry skin, rashes, eczema

Fatigue, bad mood.

Biotin doesn’t just work for your hair. It improves general functioning of your body. So, solving the problem of hair growth, you can simultaneously improve the condition of the skin, nails and get rid of chronic fatigue.

If getting enough of vitamin H from food is difficult, then it’s advisable to consider taking it in tablets or injections.

Attention! Prescribing vitamins for yourself is unsafe. Consult a cosmetologist or trichologist first.

Vitamin B5 is another important hair vitamin.

Vitamin B5 (pantothenic acid) is involved in almost all processes in the body but has the most direct effect on hair. Pantothenic acid is simply indispensable for normal hair growth as it helps to regulate the internal metabolic processes both in the hair bulb and throughout the whole length of hair. Pantothenic acid strengthens each hair in the bulb, fixes it and prevents its loss. Improving hair bulb metabolism increases the intensity of hair growth while improving hair shine and hair color.

When there is Vitamin B5 deficiency, the condition of hair noticeably worsens, and it gets thinner. And although a deficiency of this acid is rare in medical practice, it can be caused by various diets.

Also, it has been proven that early graying of hair is caused by the deficiency of pantothenic acid.

As with the other vitamins, Vitamin B5 can be found in food such as eggs yolks, mushrooms, whole grains and brewer’s yeast. It is recommended to supplement the amount of vitamin B5 received with food by additional intake of it in a form of tablets or injections.

Vitamin B12 is the next important hair vitamin.

Vitamin B12 helps restore hair structure. With a sufficient level of Cyanocobalamin (another name of vitamin B12), the hair becomes elastic, shiny and smooth, and the ends do not split.

Lack of vitamin B12 leads to thinning of the hair, increased fragility and dandruff.


Popular Western diets often include intake of vitamins.

According to nutritionists, such vitamins as vitamin B12 and other B vitamins contribute to healthy weight loss and are simply necessary if a patient is undergoing a diet plan. B vitamins come in various forms such as injections, tablets and nutritional supplements. However, the best practice is considered taking them the natural way – by increasing the consumption of foods rich in B12.

Nevertheless, these days, weight loss centers and beauty salons widely use vitamin injections and injections of various hormones to promote weight loss. As numerous reviews show, these weight loss injections, be they vitamin injections or hormone injections, force the body to use subcutaneous fat as fuel as well as suppress the appetite.

In general, on the world market there are three main types of vitamin injections for weight loss, one of which is Lipotropics.

Lipotropics are natural substances that regulate the metabolism. Vitamin B12 is one of them.

B12 is a water-soluble vitamin commonly found in many foods: meat, milk, fish. Cyanocobalamin (vitamin B12) is very important for general health and metabolic processes. It improves immune system. B12 is also essential for the health of the nervous system. Additionally, it fights depression and promotes production of red blood cells.

Does vitamin B12 help lose weight?

Although there is no convincing evidence that this vitamin really helps lose weight, according to nutritionists, those who are overweight should definitely pay attention to B12. Because as mentioned above, cyanocobalamin offers a pronounced lipotropic effect and prevents the development of fatty liver.

Also, losing weight is a stress for the body. And since vitamin B12 helps to control internal organs and their work under stressful conditions, some weight loss programs include a B12 injection procedure.

According to advocates of vitamin injections for weight loss, an injection of vitamin B12 stimulates the metabolism and provides additional energy boost, which inevitably leads to burning of unwanted fat deposits. However, those nutritionists who don’t support vitamin injections for weight loss, are convinced that this statement is only partially true. Because a normal, healthy person gets enough of vitamin B12 from food. So, if the body does not need an additional source of B12, the metabolism won’t benefit from vitamin injections because it already works well without the need for additional stimulation.

Usually, getting a large amount of vitamin B12 does not affect the health, meaning the health doesn’t become worse. But in any case, before undergoing such a procedure, you must see the doctor. Tell the doctor if you are taking any medications and make sure they don’t interact with B12.

As a conclusion, it is advisable to remember that vitamin B12 injection is just an additional method used by some nutritionists to normalize weight. It is not a complete solution, but it complements a normal, healthy diet and necessary physical activity.

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