IV Drip therapy promotes wellness by providing the body with vitamins and minerals it requires by delivering them directly into the bloodstream.
IV Drip Therapy is a rapidly growing trend in health and wellness that delivers nutrients directly into the bloodstream for maximum absorption, without any degradation during digestion. Our formulations can help boost energy levels and immunity to fight illness, may improve mental clarity and focus, enhance skin health, promote connective tissue repair and affect enzyme pathways that improve healthspan.
IV drip therapy can be a safe and effective way to improve your health, but it is important that you consult with a certified healthcare professional before undergoing any sort of treatment. 413 Medical Aesthetics has an experienced team of medical professionals who are available to answer your questions and provide guidance regarding the best course of action for you. Contact us today to learn more about our IV drip therapy program, and begin your journey toward improved health and wellness!
All products are vegan, and not tested on animals.
In addition to our IV menu above, we can customize your IV therapy to include “shots” of different ingredients for an ever great treatment. Call to book your IV treatment or come for a free consult to decide which one is right for you.
There will be a consultation with a medical practitioner who will advise you on which treatment is the most suitable for you. Once the treatment is selected, there are consent documents to sign. After this, you are taken to the treatment site where you can rest in a relaxed position until the IV is ready for you. The chosen puncture site will be sanitized, and the needle will be inserted to administer the IV solution. The whole process takes between 30-45 minutes.
E the safest, most studied and tested medical procedures can lead to unexpected complications. The following are general IV treatment complications that can occur:
• Pain or discomfort when puncturing the skin to administer the IV.
• Failure to successfully place the IV catheter in the vein.
• Need to switch to a different entrance site if the original attempt punctures the wall of the vein.
• Bruising of the puncture area, which should dissipate on its own.
• Blood clots in the superficial vein, which should dissolve on its own.
• Infiltration of fluids from the IV solution through the wall of the vein into the surrounding area, which should be reabsorbed on its own.
• Infection of the puncture area.
• Inflammation of the vein used for injection, phlebitis, metabolic disturbances, and injury.
• Allergic reactions to any of the ingredients in the IV solution