From £50 (At Clinic)
Strengthens brittle nails
Slows hair loss
Promotes eye health
Our Biotin IM shot is used as a supplement to help strengthen hair, nails and skin.
Biotin, also known as Vitamin H, is known for its ability to make hair strong and shiny, prevent hair loss, and also strengthen brittle nails. It’s also an essential component in helping the body convert food into energy, and helping to metabolise fats and protein.
There’s also evidence that Biotin keeps the nervous system healthy, and that it’s important in embryonic growth during pregnancy.
Multi-buy option: Book more than one drip to receive a discount or book as a group of people to reduce the cost of each drip. The group drips will be done simultaneously either at our clinic or at your home/office.
All of our treatments are designed in house, exclusively doctor delivered and built upon safe and effective care.
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What are the benefits of Biotin?
It helps to break down macronutrients
Biotin helps the body convert food into energy — it supports a number of enzymes involved in the breakdown of carbs, fats, and proteins.
Specifically, Biotin is involved in:
- Gluconeogenesis: This is the synthesis of glucose from sources other than carbs, such as amino acids and biotin-containing enzymes, which help initiate this process.
- Fatty acid synthesis: Biotin assists enzymes that activate reactions that are important for the production of fatty acids.
- Amino acid breakdown: Biotin-containing enzymes are involved in the metabolism of several essential amino acids, including leucine.
It can help boost your hair’s health
Biotin deficiency can lead to hair loss, indicating that the vitamin keeps the hair healthy. Also, Biotin helps improve your body’s keratin infrastructure. Keratin is a basic protein that makes up your hair, skin, and nails.
Improved skin health
The vitamin’s influence on the skin may stem from its effect on fat metabolism. This process is important for maintaining healthy skin, and it may be impaired in people with low levels of Biotin. People with biotin deficiencies may experience skin problems, including red, scaly rashes.
How does an intramuscular (IM) injection work?
Our trained doctors will perform the intramuscular injection either at your home or in our central London clinic. They will use a needle to inject the Biotin Shot straight through the skin and into the muscle – this ensures better absorption of the vitamin.
This procedure is completely safe and our team of Doctors is highly experienced in performing the IM booster shots.