Are you are deficient in B12, C or D Vitamins or do you just need a boost?

If so  these injections have many health benefits & GP surgeries are no longer offering these injections on our national health unless you are severely deficient. Please see below what each vitamin can do for you… 



Not having enough B12 can lead to anemia, which means your body does not have enough red blood cells to keep you healthy. This can make you feel weak and tired. Vitamin B12 deficiency can cause damage to your nerves and can affect memory and thinking (Brain Fog). 


Benefits of B12,

  • Increase In energy
  • Enhanced Mood
  • Improved Memory
  • Boosts skin & hair health  
  • Forms more red blood cells 
  • Stimulates the immune system



Also known as ascorbic acid, is necessary for the growth, development and repair of all body tissues. It’s involved in many body functions, including formation of collagen, absorption of iron, the proper functioning of the immune system, wound healing, and the maintenance of cartilage, bones, and teeth.


Benefits of Vitamin C,

  • Boosts immunity 
  • Reduces chance of strokes 
  • Increases bone density & reduces joint pain
  • Treats common colds 
  • Can help with cancer treatments
  • Decreases hypertension 
  • Reduces stress and depression 
  • Boosts skin cell regeneration 
  • Improves wound healing 



Helps regulate the amount of calcium and phosphate in the body. These nutrients are needed to keep bones, teeth and muscles healthy. A lack of vitamin D can lead to bone deformities such as rickets in children, and bone pain caused by a condition called osteomalacia in adults. Vitamin D Is usually absorbed by the suns UV rays and a reaction in our skin creates Vitamin D, but as we age we are unable to retain as much and injections are available to help keep our levels functioning correctly. 


Benefits of vitamin D, 

  • Strengthens bones
  • Fights infections 
  • Reduces risks of Parkinson’s disease 
  • Promotes dental health 
  • Supports colon health 
  • Prevents depression 
  • Promotes calcium absorption

If you are vegetarian or vegan these vitamins are especially beneficial to you. 

Who Can Benefit From These Injections

  • Anyone who is naturally deficient 
  • Vegetarians 
  • Vegans 
  • Adults over 40’s 
  • Ladies in the menopause 
  • Anyone suffering with mental health issues 
  • Anyone who thinks they need a boost

Treatment Summary

  • Proceedure Time?

    15 – 30 Minutes 

  • Anaesthetic Required?


  • Down Time?


  • Back To Work?

    Same Day 

  • Duration Of Results?

    Up-to 2 Weeks 

  • How Many Treatments Required?


Frequently Asked Questions

Does It Hurt?

Like any injection there is a slight discomfort and stinging is a common feeling via these vitamins. Vitamin C does have a strong sting sensation as this is a citric acid. these symptoms should subside within an hour. 

Is It Safe?

Vitamin injections are a prescription only drug and are safe for the purpose of intramuscular deposit. your body will digest what it needs and will disregard anything that is not required. 

Are there any side affects?

You may experience some mild redness and tenderness in the treatment area immediately after the procedure. However, this will normally fade within a few hours. 

Some other common side effects include, 

  • pain, swelling or itchy skin where your injection was given
  • feeling or being sick (nausea or vomiting)
  • diarrhoea
  • headaches
  • feeling dizzy
  • hot flushes
  • Dry Mouth 

Serious side effects are very rare but tell your doctor immediately if you get any of these symptoms after having treatment:

  • irregular heartbeats or heartbeats that suddenly become more noticeable (palpitations)
What can I expect?

Before the treatment, you will have a consultation to ensure that you are comfortable with the procedure and that all of your questions are answered. Your practitioner will asses you to ensure you are a good candidate for this treatment. 

After the treatment, we advise that you drink plenty of water. 

B12 is administered intramuscular in the arm and you can have these injections on a fortnightly basis. 


Vitamin C Is administered intramuscular in the arm and you can also have these fortnightly. 


Vitamin D is administered intramuscular in the flank (top of the buttocks) and are a 6 monthly injection. 

How Much Does It Cost?

Vitamin B12

One Injection £35Course of four £120

Vitamin C

One Injection £35Course of four £120

Vitamin D

One Injection £50Course of two£90


*Courses paid in full on first session