IV Hydration and Skin Rejuvenation
Hydration is one of the cornerstones of health for the body. Without adequate hydration, we have a hard time functioning at even the most basic levels and struggle to complete more complicated tasks. This is especially true of our skin.
Winter is a particularly tough time for our skin. The air leeches moisture from the surface levels of our skin, and the cold temperatures can result in chapped and red extremities. Drinking plenty of water and applying lotion can help, but in the long run, you need an effective internal solution like skin rejuvenation IV therapy.
IV Therapy as a Skin Rejuvenation Treatment
Ideally, we would all be perfectly hydrated and drink the recommended 64 ounces of water each day. But unfortunately, this just isn’t feasible. Drinking diuretics like coffee or soda, consuming foods high in sodium, or indulging in a night out at the local bar can all contribute to lower levels of hydration. You may not need to be admitted into the hospital, but over time these factors can add up resulting in sluggish behavior, poor skin health, and other side effects.
This is where IV therapy comes in. IV hydration therapy allows you to rehydrate quickly and efficiently, at a rate that would be impossible if you were rehydrating just by drinking water. Because the IV fluids are being injected directly into your bloodstream, your body hydates much faster and doesn’t need to wait for your stomach to absorb it. Instead, you can rehydrate and start combating your symptoms that much sooner.
Our Skin Rejuvenation Ingredients
Of course, while adequate hydration is important when maintaining skill health, we add various vitamins and minerals known for their beneficial skin properties. By combining peak hydration techniques with helpful additives, we’re able to give your skin all the tools it needs to look its best.
Also known as B7, biotin works to keep our skin membrane healthy. The membrane of our skin acts as a shield against germs and other microbes, while allowing certain substances (like water) to pass through unharmed. Keeping our skin membranes healthy protects us from disease and also improves our skin’s smoothness and overall appearance.
You may have noticed that zinc is a popular ingredient in sunscreen as it can help protect your skin from UV rays. Zinc is an antioxidant, which protects your body from free radicals and can work to prevent premature aging. In addition to this, zinc works to help heal your skin after an injury, from small abrasions to large cuts.
Another antioxidant, vitamin C protects your body and skin from free radicals to prevent premature signs of aging like wrinkles or sunspots. Like zinc, vitamin C can also help protect your skin from UV damage.
One of the amazing things about our skin is that it’s constantly being replaced to the extent that exfoliation (which removes old and dead skin cells) is recommended for skin health. B12 is essential for cell production which makes it integral for replacing dead skin cells.
Vitamin D3 helps to protect our skin by promoting skin cell repair and growth. It can also work to boost our immune system which works to protect skin from outside invaders.
Unlike the previous ingredients, magnesium benefits skin in a somewhat unique way. Magnesium helps our skin by reducing the likelihood of acne and other common skin issues that stem from hormone imbalances and increased cortisol levels.
Glutathione is commonly used as a skin whitening agent, but it can also benefit your skin in other ways. Another antioxidant, glutathione can prevent premature aging and improve overall skin appearance.
Keep your glow despite the cold. Try skin rejuvenation IV therapy for more effective hydration and healthier skin. Book a session today at your local Hydration Room.