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Multi Vitamin Injection Course

For medics and non-medics

  • Started 25 Apr
  • 250 British pounds
  • Puddledock Lane

Service Description

Duration: 1/2 day 10:00-2:00pm Price: £250 Deposit: £100 non-refundable Pre Requisites: You will need to be fully trained and qualified in microneedling to attend this course. Insurance pre-requisites are subject to change. We advise you liaise directly with your chosen insurance company to ensure the correct, up to date information is provided. Certificates: Certificate given at the end of the course This course is a half day practical, with the owner Rae who will work with you on a 1:1 basis. Rae has extensive knowledge in aesthetics having worked in the indusrty for years. Her background includes medical clinic experinence and doctor lead training. Rae works on a 1:1 basis so that she can give you the maximum benefits on your training. Multivitamin course: This course covers Vitamin B12, Vitamin C and Vitamin D. All administered via an intramuscular injection. Vitamin B12: Vitamin B12 is the generic name for a group of compounds based on the cobalamin molecule that has cobalt as the trace mineral at its core. Cobalamin is a highly active complex organometallic molecule. It is the largest and most chemically complex of all of the 13 known vitamins and is generally red in colour. Regular Vitamin B12 injections can help with symptoms such as: Irritability, Mood swings, Confusion, Forgetfulness, Fogginess, Psychosis, Hallucinations or delusion, Depression, Anxiety/Panic attacks, Tension headaches, Onset of dementia. Vitamin C: Enables the body to efficiently use carbohydrates, fats and protein. Vitamin C acts as an antioxidant, a nutrient that chemically binds and neutralises the tissue-damaging effects of free-radicals. It is essential for the growth and health of bones, teeth, gums, ligaments and blood vessels. Vitamin C is also vital in the key role of the formation of collagen and the proper functioning of all internal organs. Vitamin D: The human body naturally synthesises vitamin D3 in the skin through exposure to direct sunlight and also obtained through the diet from fish liver oils and saltwater fish. In many developed countries, milk and other foods are fortified with vitamin D.Vitamin D plays an important role in the health of muscles and bones. It helps with the absorption of calcium and phosphorus from the intestines, which has a direct effect on the muscles and bones. An increase in vitamin D can help with aches and pains in the bones and muscles as well as help with chronic fatigue. It also helps to reduce insulin resistance and can he

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Contact Details

  • Sculpt n Lift - Aesthetics Kent, Puddledock Lane, Mayfair, Swanley, Dartford, UK


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