Vitamin B12 prices from £35 Biotin Prices from £45
Complex B Vitamin Prices from £50
Vitamin C £50
Vitamin D £80
Course of 4
(1 week apart paid in advance)
Our body does not make B12, so we rely on food groups for this essential vitamin. Vegan and Vegetarians may find that food groups high in B12 are excluded from their diet.
B12 contributes to the production of Red blood cells, which in turn increase the oxygen supply to your vital organs, if these do not get sufficient oxygen supply, you may experience fatigue and tiredness.
B12 is thought to aid with the digestion and absorption of macronutrients.
Fats, proteins and carbohydrates are all metabolised by B12 into energy. Without the right amount of B12 in your diet, vital nutrients will not pass through your body and not absorb into the blood. B12 contributes to the normal functioning of the nervous system, so may aid with the reduction in the effects of stress and anxiety on the body. Vitamin B-12 is crucial to the normal function of the brain and the nervous system. B12 is also involved in the formation of red blood cells and helps to create and regulate DNA.
Vitamin D -Ergocalciferol 300,000 iu
Vitamin D, referred to as the Sunshine Vitamin is an essential Fat soluble Vitamin that is produced when our bodies are exposed to the sunshine. Unfortunately the English Climate we live in, lacks substantial sunshine all year round and particularly during the colder, darker months we lack the Vitamin D levels we need.
Vitamin D is responsible for the absorption of two fundamental nutrients - calcium and phosphorous which are essential for building strong and healthy bones.
Whilst we can source vitamin D through some food groups the best source, is exposure to sunshine.
Vitamin D Benefits -
Boosts energy levels
Boosts immune system and fights infection
Helps to fight stress and tiredness
Encourages healthy muscles
Strengthens bones by helping the body to absorb calcium
Protects the body against illness and disease
Can boost mood and alleviate symptoms linked to depression
There are a few food products that are a source of vitamin D The best food sources of vitamin D are oily fish, including salmon, mackerel, and sardines. Other sources include egg yolks, red meat, and liver.
(4 weekly only)
Vitamin C is needed for growth and repair in cells and tissues in all parts of our body. This super hero Vitamin is an antioxidant. Antioxidents are nutrients the block some of the damage caused by free radicals such as UV rays and pollutants in the air.
Vitamin C helps to protect cells and keep them health, enables the absorption of iron and maintains healthy skin, blood vessels, bone and cartilage.
Vitamin C also has the following benefits;
Increased natural Sun protection
Faster Hair growth, reduction of split ends and stronger hair
Faster wound healing and increased immunity.
Vitamin Injections administered at SKN Lab are for general wellbeing and are not diagnostic nor are they intended to treat a medical deficiency. All vitamin injections are subject to a full consultation at least 48 hours prior to your appointment.
Course of 6
1-2 weeks apart, paid in advance
Biotin, One of the B vitamins the body uses to convert food into energy, biotin is also known as vitamin H or vitamin B7.
Biotin has many benefits but more popularly today, Vitamin H (Biotin) is administered for those wanting to promote skin and hair health, to promote hair growth and thicken weak or brittle hair.Biotin has been found in some cases to help improve skin and skin conditions, such as acne, eczema. Your body needs Biotin to help convert certain nutrients from food into energy. Bacteria living inside our intestines, create Biotin on their own and share the vitamin with the host organisms. Biotin acts as a coenzyme in the metabolism of fats and carbohydrates, the breakdown of proteins to urea, and the conversion of amino acids from protein into blood sugar for energy
Biotin is also vital for energy and helps to support the central nervous system.
Food sources of Biotin:
Seafood and Meat:
Salmon, sardines, meats like red meat, liver, pork, turkey and beef contain large amounts of biotin.
Whole Wheat Bread, Eggs, Dairy Products, Soya Bean, Vegetables, Fruits : Nuts: Berries: Beverages: (black tea, coffee, wine and beer)Sunflower Seeds