Biotin Injections

Causes of Biotin Deficiency


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While true biotin deficiency is rare, there are some situations that may cause biotin deficiency. For example, the consumption of large numbers of egg whites for a prolonged period can cause biotin depletion. Other causes include long-term use of antibiotics, the use of prenatal nutrition for extended periods, and certain disorders of absorption. The most common symptoms of biotin deficiency include:

·        Dermatitis: Skin inflammation is one of the common symptoms of biotin deficiency.

·        Hyperesthesia and Paresthesia: Hyperesthesia is a condition that involves abnormal sensitivity to stimuli of the senses. Paresthesia is a condition that causes the skin to feel the sensation of pricking or tingling, followed by numbness.

·        Keratoconjunctivitis sicca: Biotin deficiency may also cause an eye disease caused by eye dryness, which results in conjunctiva of the eyes.

·        Anorexia: This condition causes a person to suffer from a low appetite.

·        Anemia: This condition causes oxygen-carrying cells called haemoglobin to lose their ability to bind oxygen.


How Does It Work?

Not only does Biotin for hair growth promote healthy hair, but it also prevents hair dryness. This nutrient has been shown to increase the elasticity of hair, thereby preventing and minimizing breakage. Not only can you have renewed hair growth, but you can also have healthier hair. Your new hair growth can be shiny, thick, and beautiful, replacing hair that is dry and damaged.


When injected, biotin reacts with cell enzymes and plays a vital part in producing amino acids—the building blocks of protein. This is crucial because hair itself consists of keratin, which is a form of protein. Unlike shampoos and other products that are designed to be applied directly to hair, biotin injections work from inside your body. Supplements replace the vitamin you are lacking, so hair growth can be restored.


Benefits of biotin IV drips and injections include:

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Weight loss

Biotin is vital for the production and function of enzymes that metabolize carbs, fats and protein. Biotin supports metabolic function and increases your metabolic rate. It plays an important role in converting food into energy and causes food to break down faster. It increases your metabolism and helps your body break down fats faster, leading to weight loss.


Biotin supports the health of your digestive system

Biotin helps to regulate your cholesterol and blood sugar levels. The digestive system also supports biotin. Biotin supports the health of your digestive system and helps it to function optimally.


It improves the health of your hair

pastedGraphic_2.pngBiotin deficiency can cause hair thinning and hair loss. Biotin is often recommended for hair health. Taking biotin in high doses intravenously can improve the health of your hair. It can help to thicken your hair and stimulate hair growth.

It improves the health of your nails

Biotin deficiency can cause brittle nails. High doses of biotin can make your nails stronger and less likely to be brittle. It allows you to grow your nails without them breaking.

It improves the health of your skin

Biotin deficiency can lead to psoriasis. Psoriasis is a condition whereby skin cells build up and form scales and itchy, dry patches. Biotin can help stop psoriasis and improve the health of your skin.

Anti-ageing agent

Biotin in combination with other vitamins can be used as an anti-ageing agent. It works from the inside out and helps to keep your skin looking young and radiant.

Boost energy

Biotin helps to convert food into energy. It boosts your energy levels by converting the foods you eat into energy.

Reduce inflammation

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Biotin is important in reducing inflammation and buildup of plaque in the arteries. Biotin also plays a key role in alleviating muscle and joint inflammation

Rebuild tissues

The body relies on B vitamins to help rebuild tissues after tissues break down or are damage. Biotin is one of the components of B vitamins that help to rebuild tissues and muscle strength.

Promotes child’s development

Biotin is especially important for pregnant women. A study shows that many pregnant women don’t receive enough biotin naturally. Most expectant and new mothers don’t produce enough biotin in their breast milk. This could lead to biotin deficiency in their babies. Most doctors recommend that expectant mothers supplement their regular diets with additional biotin. Taking additional biotin helps to ensure baby health, encourage fetal development, and minimize pregnancy complications.

Stabilize blood sugar

Biotin can help stabilize blood sugar. B complex vitamins including biotin can lower blood sugar levels by stimulating the secretion of insulin. This is especially beneficial for people with diabetes and those who struggle to maintain a healthy blood sugar level.

It helps with nerve damage

Some diabetic patients suffer from nerve damage caused by the buildup of enzymes. Biotin is important for certain enzyme activity. Low levels of biotin can lead to the buildup of enzymes. High doses of biotin taken intravenously can significantly increase your levels of biotin and get enzyme activity back on track. This helps to prevent nerve damage in diabetic patients.

Lower cholesterol

High levels of low-density lipoprotein, also known as bad cholesterol, can lead to heart disease. Biotin can help lower the levels of bad cholesterol in your body. The study has shown that biotin can help lower levels of low-density lipoprotein while increasing levels of high-density lipoprotein.

Protects your brain

Biotin works with other B vitamins to keep your nervous system working optimally by assisting with neurotransmitter activity and helping nerve signals. Biotin in combination with other B vitamins helps to protect your brain, improve your memory, and help form a defence against cognitive problems.

Assist with cell growth

Biotin helps with some of your body’s most essential functions. Biotin helps to ensure that the genetic information in each of your body’s cells works properly and replicates correctly.


Benefits Of Biotin For Hair


Although there is not a lot of research to support the effects biotin can have on the hair, it is believed to have some benefits.

These include:

Biotin Strengthens Your Hair

Biotin is often added as an ingredient in shampoos and conditioners designed to strengthen hair and make it grow thicker and faster. 

Promotes Hair Growth

In Ireland, dermatologic and pediatric communities recommended biotin for those experiencing hair loss, as it was considered to stimulate keratin production and promote hair growth. 

Restores Hair Elasticity

It is thought that a biotin injection or supplement prevents hair from drying and breakage and can increase and restore hair elasticity.

So, if you would like any of these benefits call 0830726435 and ask to try out the biotin injections

Biotin Injection FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Correct dosage of biotin supplementation gave shown an increase in hair growth, hair structure and thickness as well as a decrease in hair loss. Biotin intra-muscular injections also go hand in hand with hair growth and nail strengthening.


Biotin Injection

  •      Biotin Injection

Biotin Injection 1ml

The usual recommended dosage for Biotin 0.5% injectable solution ampoules is 1-2 times per week. A three months course is recommended for best results.

Price: €30

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How Often Can I Have Biotin Injection?

The usual recommended dosage for Biotin 0.5% injectable solution ampoules is 1-2 times per week. A three months course is recommended for best results.

What Is the Strength Of Biotin Injection?

0.5%/1 ml

Does Biotin Injection work?

Unlike shampoos and other products that are designed to be applied directly to hair, biotin injections work from inside your body. Supplements replace the vitamin you are lacking, so hair growth can be restored.

Can Biotin be injected IM?

Biotin can be taken in tablet form or given intramuscularly as an injection. Many supplements and vitamins are not completely absorbed by our bodies through ingestion and thus intramuscular biotin injection has helped increase biotin levels faster in many patients.

Is PRP with Biotin better?

Biotin’s ability to enhance the body’s keratin infrastructure to stimulate and support follicle health while the PRP stimulates the follicles to move from a dormant stage to a growing stage. Utilizing both Biotin and PRP at the same time ensures optimal hair restoration results.

How does Biotin help with hair growth?

Biotin, also known as vitamin B7, stimulates keratin production in hair and can increase the rate of follicle growth. It is not stored for long in the body – most of yours are from the foods you eat. To be effective, it needs to be consumed.