Vitamin injections are injected into the face to make it look younger.
The surgeon injects a mixture of vitamins, amino acids, and other medications into a selected area, just beneath the surface of the skin. These injections include conjonctyl, procaine lavoisier and placentex. Each treatment takes up to twenty minutes. If you find it uncomfortable, a local anaesthetic cream can be applied before the injections.
Vitamin injections aim to replace the minerals, vitamins and amino acids that you have less of as your skin ages. By having these injections, greater concentrations of substances reach the selected area faster than oral methods. It also aims to help maintain firmness and texture, reducing lines and wrinkles. The results are not permanent, and many patients have injections every three months.
Risks include allergic reactions to the injected.