Because with IV Drips, you can boost so much more than your physical well-being.
With Intravenous Infusions (IV) becoming the secret weapon of tired and burnt-out celebrities such as Brad Pitt, Madonna, Simon Cowell and Rhianna, it’s no wonder that everyone wants to experience the mind and body-boosting effects that these fantastic drips can offer. Comprising a cocktail of electrolytes, vitamins, minerals and other nutrients that directly enters your bloodstream, they can do everything from support the immune system, boost energy levels, aid anti-ageing properties and help your body to burn fat through to improving mood and happiness. Our IV drips are fast-acting and provide results during the treatment themselves, encouraging our clients to visit us from various locations as varied as Manchester, Alderley Edge, Hale, Sale, The Wirral and Liverpool.
Alternatives such as oral supplements only deliver 15% of active nutrients present within the pill to the bloodstream, so we recommend giving us a call to learn more about our IV Drips, and how they can greatly improve your physical, mental and emotional well-being for optimum health and wellness.
IV Nutrition Therapy is a fantastic treatment that delivers a special mix of vitamins, minerals and other nutrients straight into your bloodstream – intravenously through insertion of a cannula into a vein in your arm. You get much higher concentrations of nutrients delivered directly to your body’s cells through intravenous therapy, thus allowing your body to better absorb and utilise these nutrients.
We Offer A Great Range Of Intravita IV Drips, Including:
Doctor Nyla understands that every client is different, and therefore, how a different approach is required for treatment provision and client care. There is no one size fits all mentality here, instead, we take the time to get to know our clients and their requirements, and then suggest a range of tailor-made options that can not only meet them, but provide results that exceed them.
We’ll firstly invite you in for a complimentary consultation with Doctor Nyla to discuss your concerns, and what we can do to correct them. Perhaps you want to feel more refreshed? Perhaps you want shinier hair and more youthful skin? After you’ve told us what you’d like, we’ll go into detail about what the treatment involves, and ask you to detail your medical history. This ensures your safety.
Once you’ve chosen your IV Drip, we’ll simply insert it using a cannula into a vein in your arm. You can then relax for 30 minutes or so while the specially-created formulation makes it way into your body.
Once complete, we’ll simply remove the drip and you can go back to your day as good as new.
Many clients report noticeable effects straight away, with results lasting up to 2 weeks.
What Are The Benefits Of IV Drips?
Dr. Nyla (MBCHB. MRCGP. DFFP. DPDermatology. BACD) is the medical director and founder of Medispa Wilmslow. Considered one of Britain’s top cosmetic doctors, she is a widely accredited and highly sought-after skin specialist, having personally delivered over 65,000 procedures with truly exceptional results. Therefore, it’s no wonder that she has gained the admiration and respect of TV personalities, celebrity figures and some of Britain’s most familiar faces, as well as her loyal clients who have been with her since the start.
Combined with her unique vision to transform the way cosmetic treatments are administered and delivered to give clients back their natural and youthful beauty – as well as dedication and commitment to the highest ethical standards – she is a true expert that has seen unparalleled success within the industry.
Having also recently won Top ‘Cosmetic Clinic Award in the UK 2019’ for her flagship clinic in Cheshire, her treatments bring in clients from across the UK, including cities such as Liverpool, Manchester and London.
Therefore, if you’re looking for an IV Drip, you have no better option than Doctor Nyla, who will ensure that you receive a friendly welcome, a relaxing stay and a treatment that will garner real results.
Intravenous Infusions (IV) therapy is a safe and effective method for delivering vitamins, minerals and other key nutrients straight into your bloodstream. Because the process bypasses your digestive tract, it ensures 100% absorption of all nutrients, therefore providing your body with the greatest of benefits.
At Doctor Nyla, we offer a fantastic range of IV Drips which can be used for wellness, maintenance and recovery. During your consultation, and based on your needs, we can advise you on the best IV Drip for you. For example, if you’re looking to knock 10 years off, then we may suggest our ‘Anti-Ageing’ Drip, whereas for those who regularly find themselves in stressful situations, the ‘Mood support’ Drip could be a great alternative.
IV Drips are completely safe, with all of our suppliers having medical grade GMC Certificates to ensure the quality of the drips, and that the ingredients are all reputable and accredited.
The majority of our clients experience no pain whatsoever. However, everyone has their own pain threshold, and, as with all of our treatments, we’ll do our best to lessen any discomfort you may feel. We’ll apply a topical numbing cream before inserting the cannula and keep track of how you’re feeling throughout.
Many of our clients see results straight away, with the rest within 1 hour of treatment. Results can last up to 2 weeks, and a top up treatment can be administered should you require it.
Side effects include bruising, swelling or slight redness around the point of insertion. Some clients experience warm sensations in the arm, chest or stomach as the vitamins and minerals make their way around the body. Other side effects include vein inflammation and blood clots, though these are extremely rare.
The maximum recommended number of IV Drips is no more than 9 across a 6 month period, that are well-spaced out, and provides your body with enough time to absorb the ingredients, and heal from the insertion.
At your consultation, we’ll discuss your medical history and any medication that you are currently taking, as there are medicines that can interact negatively with IV therapy.