“Your body is your temple. Keep it pure and clean for the soul to reside in” - BK Sylengar
Vitamin C Infusion
Vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant that our bodies require to function properly. Unfortunately, the human body doesn’t produce Vitamin C naturally like most mammals and other animals do, so we must continually replenish it through our diet and supplementation. Without Vitamin C you would have many negative side effects, which include a condition called scurvy that involves bleeding, hair and tooth loss, joint pain and swelling, and eventually death. Vitamin C is also required by several critical enzymes in the synthesis of collagen from proline and lysine. This means it is also required for the maintenance of normal connective tissue, as well as for healing wounds because the synthesis of connective tissue is the first event in wound tissue remodeling. It is also important to replete your Vitamin C levels during times of high stress because Vitamin C is present in the adrenal gland cortex, and is depleted with the synthesis of the stress hormone, Cortisol.
While small amounts of Vitamin C in our diet from foods like oranges and lemons prevent things like scurvy, food and oral supplementation are usually insufficient to achieve optimal health with Vitamin C. Only about 18% of the Vitamin C we consume is actually absorbed by our bodies, and when Vitamin C is taken orally in large amounts it causes distress to the digestive system. When Vitamin C is delivered by IV, it bypasses the digestive system and is 100% bioavailable. This enables you to support your adrenal glands, maintain energy levels, improve and protect your skin, strengthen tendons and bones, boost your immune system, assist with cancer treatments and fight chemotherapy / radiation side effects with the power of high dose Vitamin C – all without the negative side effects of taking it orally at high levels. IV Vitamin C Therapy
High Dose Vitamin C infusion: price discussed during consultation.
Looking for a way out of a fatigue filled funk, depressed state or recurrent infections? Consider an intravenous vitamin/mineral therapy called a Myers’ cocktail. John Myers, MD, was a physician from Baltimore, Maryland who pioneered the use of intravenous (IV) vitamins and minerals as part of treatment protocols for various medical conditions. After he died in 1984, Dr. Alan Gaby, MD took over treating many of his patients and continued using IV therapies to treat them. What Dr. Gaby noticed was the benefit many of the patients received from getting weekly, biweekly or monthly injections. Dr. Gaby’s subsequent work and documentation of the protocols have led to a large body of evidence supporting the use of IV nutrient therapies for various conditions. The “Myers’ cocktail”, as it is now known, is a specific combination of nutrients including Vitamin C, calcium, magnesium, a complex of B vitamins, and additional Vitamin B6, B5 and B12. The nutrients are blended with sterile water and administered in a syringe as a gentle “push” over a period of 10-20 minutes or 40-60min as a “drip”. The “Myers’ Cocktail.
Glutathione is the mother of all antioxidants. It contains an essential nutrient that prevents damage to important cellular components in your body. This liquid gold is the secret to looking bright and fresh. It’s also a master detoxifier and helps support the immune system.
The high dose Glutathione IV Push is the ultimate detoxification and beauty boost all in one. It is the perfect medium between a booster and an IV Drip to give you instant benefits that last all week long. Your glowing skin and squeaky clean liver will thank you!
Glutathione IV Push can be administered up to 2-3 times per week for maximum skin brightening and lightening. What is the world is Glutathione?
EDTA Chelation is the intravenous treatment of heavy metal accumulation in the body. Although used successfully for over 30 years, EDTA Chelation is still a controversial therapy and considered experimental by “mainstream” medicine.
Mercury, lead, cadmium and arsenic (but to name a few), act to trigger the formation of “free radicals” producing damage in our bodies. By removing heavy metals, free radical damage is significantly reduced or reversed.
The ultimate effect of EDTA Chelation therapy is to restore the health of the arteries. This is obtained by the removal of the pathological heavy metals and the increased production of a naturally formed substance called nitric oxide. Current research now validates nitric oxide as an endothelial-relaxing factor which relaxes the blood vessels, decreases the resistance to blood flow and subsequently improves the delivery of oxygen and other vital nutrients that the vessels supply to the tissue. Such effects are desirable in a majority of cardiovascular diseases. Chelation Therapy
Botox® Cosmetic is used by women and men around the world to treat fine lines and wrinkles in the forehead and around the eyes. Botox® is a first in class, minimally invasive cosmetic product that reduces the effects of aging and helps restore a youthful appearance.
There are millions of BOTOX® Cosmetic injections performed on men and women yearly worldwide, and it consistently tops the list annually as the most popular cosmetic procedure according to the statistics compiled by the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS).
View an injectable safety guide here.
What is a dermal filler?
At Vivify health and beauty lab dermal fillers are primarily made out of hyaluronic acid gel. A dermal filler:
enhances your facial contours
replaces lost volume
modifies the size and shape of your features.
There are many areas of the face that dermal fillers can treat including: lips, cheeks, smile lines, vertical lip lines, marionette lines, and chin wrinkles. Fillers are a great non-surgical cosmetic procedure that deliver immediate and natural results lasting anywhere from 4-24 months.
LIPS: call for pricing
CHEEKS: call for pricing
Do fillers hurt?
Dermal fillers contain lidocaine, a common anesthetic, which helps patients tolerate the minor “pinch and pressure” associated with injections. There is minimal downtime associated with dermal fillers. Patients are treated with ice immediately following the procedure. While the potential for bruising and swelling exists, if it occurs it normally lasts only a few days.