Want Glowing Skin? Try IV Therapy

Posted on: 6 January 2023

IV therapy can be done in a doctor's office or in some cases you can do this on your own at home. IV therapy delivers hydration, nutrients, and vitamins to your skin quickly. If you need a quick pick me up from being fatigued or have dry skin, IV therapy may be right for you. Keep reading to learn more about how this works and the benefits of choosing IV therapy for yourself.   

IV Therapy

IV therapy is putting an IV in your arm like you would do at a doctor's office to get blood or while you are in the hospital after surgery. In most cases, you will have this done in a doctor's office. If you have the experience or do not mind learning, there are IV therapy at-home kits that you can purchase. 

A tiny needle is used and inserted into a vein. IV therapy gets to your system much faster because it bypasses your digestive system. Because of this, you will generally see results the same day. 

IV Therapy Benefits

There are many benefits of using IV therapy. First, it can rehydrate your skin and make you look glowing. If you have wrinkles or cracks on the skin, you will notice they are minimized. This is due to the healthy vitamins and nutrients that are in the drip. If you take good care of your skin — such as making sure you hydrate, wash your skin at night, and use anti-aging products — you will notice the results even faster. 

IV therapy can make you feel better after a hangover if you need to get over a hangover quickly. You may overdrink the night before and have an important meeting in a day or two. IV therapy can also boost your immune system because of the antioxidants in the IV drop. Boosting your immune system helps your body fight off skin infections, acne, and eczema.  

If you are stressed, the antioxidants in the IV can help relieve stress. You will also have more energy and feel fresh and recharged not long after getting this therapy. You will generally notice results in 24 hours or may notice some results in only a couple of hours after therapy. 

Talk with a cosmetic surgeon or a dermatologist to learn much more about IV therapy. You should know the effects are not permanent and last only a few days after the therapy.