Frequently asked questions
What is microneedling?
Microneedling can help enchance your skin to promote and create new collagen and elastin, helping your skin to look smooth, plump and give you a healthy glow. We use a small pen with very tiny needles to puncture the top layer of your skin that stimulates collagen and elastin production. The production of collagen and elastin can increase up to one year which may lead to a healthier younger looking skin. Although results may vary per person.
What is PRP for facial?
PRP is Platelet Rich Plasma. The process is very easy, your blood is drawn, spun and the plasma is injected using very tiny needle using microneedling process. This helps increase the stimulation process to help rejuvenation. We also offer stem cell therapy for skin regeneration. You can ask our inTravenus hybrid Spa team for questions.
Are IV Therapy effective?
IV therapy has been around for a long time. Hospitals use IV therapy for severe hangover and to treat dehydration. This type of therapy and more can be offered in a supervised environment outside the hospital setting by a qualified physician, nurse or nurse practioner. IV therapy helps reduce symptoms such as migraine, fibromyalgia, reduces anti-inflammaroty, jetlag, flu-like symptoms, and numerous other health conditions. It also help with boosting energy, improve immunity and help combat signs of aging. The process has been proven, safe and effective.
What's in our infusions?
Every infusions may have one or more of the following ingredients:
Glutathione is known as the “master anti-oxidant”, which has the ability to lower oxidative stress loads and combat anti-aging effects. Glutathione decreases with age and chronic illness. It was also seen that low levels are associated with Parkinson’s disease. Research has shown that raised glutathione levels decrease muscle damage, reduce recovery time, increase strength and endurance, and shift metabolism from fat production to muscle development. Glutathione also boost the immune system and has the ability to lighten skin through by converting melanin to a lighter color which can make skin glow.
Dexpanthenol is also known as Vitamin B5. Dexpanthenol is critical to energy production, gastrointestinal stimulant for post-operative ileus and synthesis of coenzyme A which is needed for activation of some enzymes in our body. Dexpanthenol improves skin and colitis. Lower levels of this vitamins were seen to cause insomnia, gout, edema, and kidney stones.
Pyridoxine or Vitamin B6 is essential for blood synthesis and protein metabolism. It is known to reduce pain and aids in neuromuscular disorders. Has shown to help with gastrointestinal problems and improve the immune system. Deficiency of pyridoxine may cause numbness, depression, anemia, dizziness, headaches and mental disorders.
Also known as Vitamin B12 is essential for cell growth and reproduction, and blood cell formation. Low levels of Cobalamin are known to cause neurological disorders, anemia, asthma, fatigue and alcohol damage.Vitamin B Complex 100Is a combination of B vitamins with a vital role in maintaining a healthy body. It has direct impart on energy levels, brain function and cell metabolism.
Also known as Vitamin C is a strong anti-oxidant that potentiates the body’s immune system. With an optimal immune system, our bodies will be able to fight of inflammations and infections. Studies have also shown that Vitamin C may reduce risk of chronic diseases.
Taurine is an organic acid essential for cardiovascular function, development and function of skeletal muscle of retina and CNS. Taurine helps some ions cross the cell membranes to enter the cell.
Biotin is a type of B-Vitamin that helps skin, hair, eyes, liver and nervous system healing. Biotin is aid in prevention of hair loss, brittle nails and nerve damage.
Magnesium plays an important role in maintaining muscle tissue, immune and nerve function. Deficiency in magnesium can cause loss of appetite, nausea, vomiting, fatigue and muscle weakness.
Has a critical role in metabolic process to have the right balance for optimal functioning of cells. It also has a vital role in building of strong bones and teeth, blood clotting, sending and receive nerve signals and muscle contraction.