top of page



Vitamin C, also known as ascorbic acid, is a hugely powerful antioxidant that plays a crucial role in overall health and wellness.  Vitamin C is known for its positive impact on viral illness, energy levels and pigmentary disorders of the skin. Regular intramuscular injections fight bacteria, inflammation and immune system deficiencies. Improvements in mental clarity, brain function and memory are often reported.​  Vitamin C is particularly useful for those who have a lot of demands on them, which makes for a heavy burden on the mind and body.  While an instant ‘boost’ from high-dose vitamin C isn't normally reported, the vitamin plays a key role in  important work behind the scenes to refresh and revive the cells in your body so they function optimally, leading to better overall health.

Where do we get vitamin C from?

Vitamin C is considered an essential nutrient for the human body.  We get vitamin C from our diet as it cannot be synthesised internally. Vitamin C is found in many fruit and vegetables including citrus fruits, tomatoes, melons, peppers, potatoes, pineapples, brassicas and summer berries, plus many other sources.   However it is a water soluble vitamin meaning that an excess is excreted.  As such a continuous supply is needed to maintain good health. 

Vitamin C Injections aid:

  • Psychological issues, including depression and bipolar disorder

  • Tiredness

  • Collagen synthesis

  • Healing and repairing of tissues

  • Allergies

  • Therapeutic wound treatments

  • Skin disorders, including pigmentation and rosacea

  • The prevention of stress from free radicals

  • Certain types of cancer

  • Physical wellbeing and prevent the onset of fatigue and illness.


What do we recommend?

Monthly injections throughout the year to maintain optimal levels and therefore health.


What happens at the appointment?

You will have a brief consult with the practitioner , followed by the injection, which is performed by a health care professional fully licensed and registered to perform these injections in the UK.


Single 2ml Dose - £50

12 Month Couse (24ml) - £500

bottom of page