When services done by a healthcare professional, in a clean setting using septic technique then Yes. Here we will make sure to conduct a healthcare questionnaire for your safety. Vitamin IV therapy is administered by a licensed medical practitioner and overseen by a Medical Director. BEAUTE PAR CO uses high quality vitamins, minerals and amino acids sourced from certified suppliers. 


Oral Application vs. Intravenous

So why not just take these vitamins orally? When taken orally, these same types of vitamins may not be fully absorbed by the digestive system. Many of these vitamins may also upset the digestive tract and can only be taken in small doses orally, limiting the amount of vitamins available for absorption.

How Does IV Micronutrient Therapy Work?

BEAUTE PAR CO MEDSPA & IV HYDRATION, we pride ourselves for the qualify of our ingredients. Most people generally consume their vitamins and micronutrients through their food; some people may also take additional multivitamin supplements. When vitamins and micronutrients are ingested orally, they go down to the stomach and intestines, where they are broken down by gastrointestinal enzymes and then absorbed into the bloodstream. 

There is a limit to how fast these substances can be absorbed from the gastrointestinal tract; what is not absorbed continues through the body and is excreted as stool. Also, most substances absorbed from the intestine pass through the liver for more processing before it goes to the rest of the body. Other factors that impact the amount of vitamins absorbed from the intestine are an individual's metabolism, age, genetics, and interactions with other orally consumed products. Ultimately, a significant amount of the orally ingested vitamins and micronutrients is lost, and only small amounts pass to the rest of the body. As with most of the vitamins and micronutrients going to waste, the body does not derive the full benefits of these substances when they are orally ingested as food or other supplements.

With IV Vitamin therapy, the minerals and vitamins are administered into the body through the veins. By this route of administration, vitamins and micronutrients avoid the metabolism in the intestine. Also, the substances get into the bloodstream and around the body faster as they are not limited by how quickly they can be absorbed, as is the case with oral application. Ultimately, only small amounts of vitamins and micronutrients go to waste during IV Vitamin therapy; most of it is absorbed and used by the body.As a result, the body gains the vitamins and micronutrients' full benefits when administered through the veins rather than by mouth.



Vitamin deficiencies can lead to a range of symptoms and health problems. Here are some common vitamin deficiencies and their associated symptoms:

  1. Vitamin D deficiency:Fatigue and weakness Bone and muscle pain. Increased risk of fractures. Impaired wound healing. Low mood or depression. Weakened immune system
  2. Vitamin B12 deficiency:Fatigue and weakness. Pale skin. Shortness of breath. Tingling or numbness in the hands and feet. Sore, red, or swollen tongue. Poor memory or confusion
  3. Vitamin C deficiency:Fatigue and weakness. Easy bruising. Slow wound healing. Dry and splitting hair. Dry, rough, or bumpy skin. Swollen and bleeding gums
  4. Vitamin A deficiency:Night blindness or poor vision in dim light. Dry eyes or eye inflammation. Dry, rough, or scaly skin. Increased susceptibility to infections Impaired growth and development in children
  5. Vitamin E deficiency:Muscle weakness. Loss of coordination and balance. Vision problems. Impaired immune function. Nerve damage or peripheral neuropathy.
  6. Vitamin K deficiency:Easy bruising or excessive bleeding
    Heavy or prolonged menstrual periods. Blood in the urine or stool. Increased risk of bone fractures. Poor blood clotting

It's important to note that these symptoms can be caused by various factors, and a proper diagnosis should be made by a healthcare professional. Additionally, these are not exhaustive lists, and there may be other symptoms associated with specific vitamin deficiencies.

If you suspect you may have a vitamin deficiency or are experiencing concerning symptoms, it's recommended to consult with a healthcare professional. They can evaluate your symptoms, conduct appropriate tests, and provide guidance on proper nutrition or supplementation if necessary.

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