Biotin (Vitamin Booster Injection)

Vitamins are vital for our body’s normal function and are absolutely necessary for our growth, general-well being, and vitality. Except for a few exceptions, vitamins cannot be manufactured or synthesized by the body and their absence or improper absorption results in specific deficiency diseases. Therefore it is important for our body to obtain vitamins from outside sources to battle against the chance for a deficiency. Latest researches indicate that many vitamins taken in large doses can have miraculous healing effects in a wide range of common complaints and illnesses. Proper vitamin injections can supply the much needed nutrients your body needs to maintain and enhance normal bodily functions.

An intramuscular injection is a technique used to deliver a medication deep into the muscles. This allows the medication to be absorbed into the bloodstream quickly. 



Biotin helps maintain many of your body’s major systems. Like other B vitamins, biotin helps your body use enzymes and carry nutrients throughout the body. 

In addition, biotin can provide the following health benefits:

Diabetes Management
Studies show that biotin may help manage symptoms of diabetes. It helps regulate blood sugar levels in some people with diabetes.

In addition, the B vitamins promote healthy brain function — which helps manage neurological symptoms of diabetes like neuropathy (damage or dysfunction of a nerve).

Hair Health
Biotin is well known for its positive effects on hair. Research shows that biotin improves hair health — including shine, volume, and scalp coverage in women who experience thinning hair.  

Improved Skin and Fingernails
Research also shows that biotin helps improve skin’s hydration, smoothness, and appearance. In addition, some studies show that biotin can strengthen fingernails and make them grow faster. Biotin is a versatile addition to your beauty routine.

Prenatal Care
Biotin is also necessary for a healthy pregnancy. Studies show that a biotin deficiency — which is fairly common among women who are pregnant  — can lead to health issues in developing babies.


Anyone who has signs and symptoms of a vitamin Biotin deficiency should consult a doctor and request a full blood count as their first point of call. This can then determine whether they are or are not deficient in Biotin.

If a client does not wish to go to the doctor for a blood count and wants to proceed with their Biotin shot, this is also fine as mentioned above, Biotin is water soluble so you can never take too much as such, your body will flush out any excess through urine.

  • hair loss or thinning
  • high cholesterol
  • rash on the skin
  • heart problems


How many treatments will I need?

If you are deficient in Biotin, it may be injected weekly for 6 weeks.
Thereafter, it should be injected once a month for life.


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