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RESTORE YOUR ENERGY WITH

IV NUTRITIONAL THERAPY
 

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Something New

IV therapies are administered by one of our Registered Nurses, for a variety of different reasons, from dehydration to medical emergencies. IV therapy can also help address symptoms related to conditions like the cold, the flu, morning sickness and hangovers. In this guide, we’ll discuss how IV therapy works, what its benefits are and how you can get started.

Benefits  OF
IV THERAPY

Vitamin B-12 provides more energy and beneficial for the metabolic processes. Vital for brain health and heart health. Also has benefits on hair, skin, nails and mood improvements.

 

B-Complex (B1, B2, B3, B5, B6) can help increase energy levels. They can maintain healthy nerve, heart, and brain function. Bs also have positive effects on the immune system.

 

Vitamin C boosts immunity and antioxidant levels. It can strengthen your skin barrier to keep pathogens out.

 

Glutathione is referred to as “the master antioxidant” consisting of 3 essential amino acids, helping to promote wellness, reducing inflammation, and ridding the body of free radicals, drugs, pollution, chemicals, and metals

 

Zinc helps increase immunity to help the body fight against cold illnesses, diarrhea, and cancer. Can help with digestion, blood sugar regulation, and muscle growth

 

Magnesium can have a calming effect and may help with migraines or headache relief.

Taurine is an amino acid that may help with focus, energy, and exercise.

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Fast Results

Faster and better absorption: approximately 90% of vitamins and minerals are absorbed IV as compared to oral at <50%

Provide &

As we age, digestion and absorption gets worse, which can lead to many bodily deficiencies and vitamin depletions.

Recover

Helping recover from acute illnesses faster or helping maintain hydration, vitamins, and minerals for people with chronic illnesses.

FIND YOUR SOLUTION

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MEET OUR SPECIALIST 

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Hey y’all! My name is Stephanie and I would love to welcome you to Northern Allure Aesthetics! As a nurse with 16 years of experience within a Level 1 Emergency and Trauma facility, I whole-heartedly promote self-health and wellness!

  • Q: What are neuromodulators and/or neurotoxins?
    A: Neuromodulators (otherwise known as neurotoxins) include Botox, Dysport, Xeomin and Jeuveau. Neuromodulators consists of miniscule amounts of a substance called Botulism Toxin A. This substance causes muscles to relax. When neuromodulators are used consistently; you will notice a reduction in wrinkles and fine lines at the muscle area which has been injected in the face or neck.
  • Q: Are neurotoxin results immediate:
    A: No. Neurotoxin results often take 2-10 days and sometimes up to 14 days to “kick in”.
  • Q: How long do neuromodulators/neurotoxins last?
    A: Typically, any neuromodulator or neurotoxin will last between 3-4 months. Therefore; results are not permanent.
  • Q: Will I look “frozen” after a neuromodulator/neurotoxin treatment?
    A: A well-educated, trained and certified aesthetic injector will assess your areas of concern and will determine the right amount of “units” to utilize to give you a “fresh” appearance and avoid an unwanted or desired result.
  • Q: What are typical “number of units” an individual will need?
    A: After your certified aesthetic injector has evaluated your facial muscles; they will be able to determine the correct amount of units for each area and for your desired results. Keep in mind that the number of units and treatment results will vary with each individual. See the “typical” number of units below: Glabella area (between the brows/11’s): 12-20 units for Botox, Xeomin or Jeuveau and 30-50 for Dysport. Forehead: 8-20 units (B, X, J) and 20-30 units for Dysport Crow’s Feet (Lateral eye area): 8-20 units (B, X, J) and 10-35 units for Dysport Lip Flip (to evert upper lip to appear fuller): 4 units (B, X, J) and 10 units Dysport
  • Q: Why are Dysport units different from the others?
    A: To keep it simple: the manufacturer uses a different calculation method. Example: 1 unit of Botox is the same as 2.5 units of Dysport. Think of it this way: 1 in = 2.5 cm. They are the same measurement They just use different numbers.