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Drip therapy is an intravenous approach to deliver vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and antioxidants to our bodies.
What is Drip therapy?
There is a temporary pinch. A small needle is placed in your vein but once accessed, the needle is removed, a tiny catheter remains in the vein for the duration of the treatment.
Does drip therapy hurt?
To be a qualified candidate for Drip therapy, all clients must be at least 18 years of age. Clients must not be pregnant, have a history of heart disease, chronic kidney disease, or any liver diseases. Vital Signs will be obtained from each client and will be assessed prior to proceeding with treatment.
Am I eligible for Drip Therapy?
Each Drip therapy session can be from 30-60 min. This is dependent on your veins and the size of the catheter that is used for the infusion.
How long does Drip Therapy take?
Drip therapy treatment can be received as often as every two weeks.
How often can I get Drip therapy?
Skinpen is the first FDA-cleared microneedling device in the world, clinically proven to safely and effectively fight the appearance of neck wrinkles and acne scars.
What is Skinpen?
Skinpen creates hundreds to thousands of “micro” skin punctures per second to stimulate the skin’s natural wound healing process to prompt tissue remodeling, without causing scar tissue formation.
How does Skinpen work?
Skinpen has been clinically proven to be effective in women and men with various skin types.
Will Skinpen work for me?
Skinpen should not be used on patients who have active skin cancer in treatment areas, open wounds or sores, irritated skin in treatment areas, open wounds, an allergy to stainless steel, any bleeding disorders, are pregnant or nursing, or are currently taking drugs with the ingredient isotretinoin (such as Acutane).
Who should not use Skinpen?
Microneedling procedures tend to cost less than the alternatives , due to the non-invasive nature. The cost of the procedure depends on the size and number of treatment areas. During your consultation, your provider will develop a plan specifically to your needs.