Intravenous Drips: the latest way to get your vitamins?
If it's good enough for A-Listers, it's good enough for Stray FM!
How good are your vitamin levels? Intravenous drips have been in the media recently as one 'quick fix' method of giving your body a boost, but Stray FM wanted to put it to the test so headed along to Aeon Aesthetics to find out more.
Over the past few years it's become almost common practice in the A-List world to allow your body an extra hit of vitamin, minerals and nutrient levels via the unconventional medium of an intravenous drip.
Whilst many people will relate this equipment to hospital trips, it's actually one of the quickest and most effective ways of getting essential nutrients straight into the bloodstream.
Think about it, taking vitamins in tablet form means they have a lot of processes (and stomach acid!) to get through before they can begin their good work.
Aeon Aesthetics in Harrogate offers a range of different nutrient combinations. From 'Age Defiance' or 'Mood Support' to 'Hair Tonic' or 'Detox Fat Burning', the menu of options tailored to an individuals needs can help customers with all sorts of issues.
As with many health treatments, every person reacts differently, and it often depends on your current health, but we thought it was about time we put it to the test...
Well, if it's good enough for Simon Cowell and Rihanna, it's good enough for the Stray FM Health and Well Being Show!
If you'd like to get in touch with Martine Freestone who offers the IV drip amongst other treatments such as cosmetic dentistry and anti-wrinkle treatment you email her on firstname.lastname@example.org
Want to hear what happened when Stray FM gave it try? Listen below.
Beth Parsons went along to Aeon Aesthetics and, along with Jon Towler her fellow guinea pig, met Martine Freestone who gave them a go.