We are delighted to open our Wellness clinic, providing vitamin injections, Hayfever injections, nutritional support, specialist patches and premium skincare, alongside our medical and beauty aesthetics treatments.
The injections that we offer are wellbeing supplements and are not to treat underlying health conditions or to replace medical care. If you report any concerning symptoms we will advise you to speak to your GP rather than to proceed with treatment.
Vitamin injections are from £20.
Personalised quotation provided at consultation, packages available
Vitamin B7 (Biotin) injections
Vitamin B7- also known as Biotin plays an important role in the maintenance of healthy skin, hair and nails. It can also help support the nervous system, help to regulate blood sugar and maintain LDL ‘good cholesterol’.
Vitamin B7 can be found in food sources, including eggs fish, liver, avocado and mushrooms.
Symptoms of vitamin B7 deficiency include dry, brittle hair and nails, and irritated dry skin.
The benefit of an injection compared to tablet supplements is that the vitamin is easily and quickly absorbed. The injection that we offer is a Biotin supplement, and not to treat underlying health conditions or to replace medical care. There are conditions and medications which are contraindicated with Biotin, and therefore a full medical consultation is required.
Vitamin B12 injections
Vitamin B12 is important to help maintain healthy nerves and blood cells, metabolise fats and carbohydrates for energy, support the immune system, support good sleep quality and improve mood and stress levels.
Vitamin B12 can be found in food sources, including fortified milk and cereals, as well as tablet supplements.
Symptoms of vitamin B12 deficiency include fatigue, weakness, poor memory and concentrations. Some symptoms of vitamin B12 deficiency cannot be treated within our wellness clinic, including anaemia, abnormal sensations to the skin, yellowing of the skin, paranoia and hallucinations and these need to be promptly investigated by your GP.
The benefit of an injection compared to tablet supplements is that the vitamin B12 is easily and quickly absorbed, giving an immediate boost to the immune system, as well as other benefits. The injection that we offer is a B12 supplement, and not to treat underlying health conditions or to replace medical care.
Vitamin C injections
Vitamin C is needed for the growth and repair of cells and tissues, to maintain healthy skin, blood vessels, bones and cartilage, to support wound healing and aid in the absorption of iron.
Vitamin C can be found in food sources including fruit and vegetables, and red peppers, brussel sprouts and orange juice are particularly good sources. The benefit of an injection compared to tablet supplements is that the vitamin is easily and quickly absorbed. Symptoms of Vitamin C deficiency include easy bruising and bleeding, slow wound healing, dry splitting hair and fatigue.
The injection that we offer is a supplement, and not to treat underlying health conditions or to replace medical care.
Vitamin D injections
Vitamin D is important to maintain healthy bones, support the immune system, aid absorption of calcium, reduce inflammation and support the immune system against respiratory illness.
Vitamin D is absorbed through diet and exposure to sunlight, and symptoms of vitamin D deficiency include sleep changes, low mood, poor appetite, fatigue, frequent infections.
This treatment is not for people over 18 and not for anyone who is pregnant, planning pregnancy or breastfeeding. It cannot be given within 4 weeks of any vaccinations, including COVID boosters. Vitamin D injections are contraindicated in certain health conditions, including but not limited to kidney problems, abnormal calcium levels in the blood and if you are under investigation for any health condition at present . Certain medications can interact with vitamin D injections and therefore treatment will not be appropriate. These include epilepsy medications, some cardiac medications and antacids.
The injection that we offer is a Vitamin D supplement, and not to treat underlying health conditions or to replace medical care.
Kenalog Hayfever Injections
Hayfever is an allergic reaction to pollen and affects 10%-15% of people in Britain. There are various types of pollen that people can be allergic to, including grass, tree and weed and these can be seasonal.
Hayfever symptoms are the body’s response to this allergen and attempts to remove the foreign substance by initiating an inflammatory response.
Symptoms include, but are not limited to, sneezing, blocked or runny nose, wheezing, itchy nose eyes and throat, red or watery eyes, post nasal drip, headaches and fatigue.
These can have a detrimental effect on a person’s quality of life, especially if their occupation involves working outdoors.
The majority of people use over the counter and supermarket treatments with good relief. These include antihistamine tablets (Loratadine and Cetirizine), Piriton (Chlorphenamine), eye drops, nasal sprays and washes, vaseline inside the nostrils and wrap around sunglasses.
For those whom have tried these there are prescription medications which can be obtained from your GP, for example, Fexofenadine tablets, short course of oral steroids, steroid nasal drops.
However, some people have persistent treatment despite use of the above, and for these the Kenalog injection may be suitable. It is no longer available on the NHS but is available privately following a medical consultation.
Kenalog (Triamcinoline Acetonide) is a steroid injection and can be effective to treat seasonal hayfever. A single dose of hayfever injection is likely to relieve symptoms- however it is unclear how long any benefit will last.
The injection acts by temporarily suppressing the body’s immune system, reducing the symptoms of hayfever. It is given by intramuscular injection into the buttock. Over the next few weeks the treatment is slowing absorbed into the bloodstream.
Usually a single injection (40mg) is sufficient, and it is not recommended that anyone has more than 2 injections per hayfever season. It cannot be given within 4 weeks of any vaccinations, including COVID boosters. Kenalog is contraindicated in certain health conditions, including but not limited to thin or brittle bones, glaucoma and diabetes.
Luna Microcare Patches
These patches deliver natural hyaluronic acid via self dissolving micro cones to the target area of skin. Patches can be used to treat around the eye area, correct dark spots and correct pigmented areas.
These patches can safely be combined with our modern chemical peels, anti ageing injections and dermal fillers.
Protecting the skin- premium Nutrakos skincare
Nutrakos offers a range of topical skincare to use in between treatments, including anti age serum, anti wrinkle face mask, eye contour gel, revitalising body cream, anti ageing facial cream.
Feeding the skin- Nutrakos sachets
Treatment can be supported with Nutrakos- a drinkable nutritional sachet containing a blend of amino acids to promote elastin and collagen.
What to expect at your consultation
A face to face, free, no obligation consultation is essential prior to any treatment with Angel Aesthetics. This allows our medical doctor to discuss treatment options, the risks and benefits and potential side effects of a vitamin injection, Kenalog, patches, skincare or Nutrakos sachets. This is especially important during the COVID pandemic. If we don’t think the treatment is for you, we will not proceed and no fee will be charged.
If we feel that treatment may be of benefit this can be booked in, usually within 1 week of consultation, and you will be asked to sign consent forms for the procedure, including our COVID consent form on the day of treatment. We advise you to inform your GP of treatment for safety reasons.
Vitamin injections- The treatment itself will take about 5 minutes and involves an injection into the deltoid (upper arm) or buttock muscle.
If premium skincare, patches or sachets are appropriate these will be ordered from our medical supplier and are usually available within 3-7 days.