- Can strengthen your immune system
- Can help maintain healthy muscles, bones, teeth, skin & hair
- Can help reduce tiredness & fatigue
- Can help promote normal functioning of the nervous system
- Can protect cells from oxidative stress
Hello #LGBTQ+ community we hope you are well and staying safe! At Pink Pound we’ve been working very closely with Amanda Bradshaw at Blend Clinic to help you feel amazing and feel full of confidence for the festive season 2020! Amanda and her team at Blend Clinic, have been working in the medical industry for years and now she wants to offer her fabulous IV Vitamin Boost London treatments to everyone including our Pink Pound LGBTQ community.
Amanda is a very caring professional and has great love and passion when working with our community. She is a proud supporter of equality and a fantastic listener. Read on further for more information on how she can help rebuild your confidence.
Thea is also listed on our Pink Approved Partners section.
What Are the Benefits of IV Vitamin Drips?
The benefits of Intravenous (IV) Vitamin Drips are that they can effectively increase your body’s intake of crucial nutrients such as vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and amino acids. It does this by directly introducing these essential supplements into your bloodstream, bypassing the digestive system for maximum absorption.
How Long Does an IV Drip Last?
Most IV Drips usually take 45 to 60 minutes to infuse.
How Long Do the Effects of an IV Drip Last?
The effects you receive from IV Drips depend on the treatment you choose and your physical health. However, the noticeable effects can usually last anywhere from 2 to 4 days. The vitamins administered into your body from the IV Drip can remain in your system for up to 2 to 3 weeks.
How Often Should You Get Vitamin IV Drips?
How often you should receive IV therapy mostly depends on what you want to get out of the treatment. At IV Boost, we carry out pre-treatment diagnostic tests, so we can customise our IV therapy around every one of your individual needs and requirements.
How we look and how we perform have been essential themes running through Amanda’s career to date; starting as a personal trainer, she moved into sports therapy specialising in soft tissue injuries and, since 2010, has been a qualified biomedic providing aesthetic therapies both in Surrey and internationally. Her passion is helping you feel good, and feel more confident.
Amanda operates from Blend’s discreet Surrey clinic, located off the high street but just around the corner from Cheam Village. There’s plenty of on-street parking, and we’re very private – so there’s less chance of running into someone you know while emerging post-treatment!
Don’t forget to mention Pink Pound at time of booking! Amanda and her team are looking forward to meeting you!