Vitamin Injections





For faster absorption and immediate results

It's no secret that vitamin supplements are useful for filling the gaps in our diet (Particularly vitamin D, with British weather being what it is!). What's less well-known is that these aren't actually very effective. According to research, less than 10% of the nutrients contained in a multivitamin pill are absorbed.

Vitamin injections, however, allow us to deliver a high but safe dosage of a particularly vitamin directly into the bloodstream for maximum absorption.

As a bespoke provider of health and beauty treatments in Walsall, Loulabelles Aesthetics is proud to offer four vitamin injections:

  • Vitamin B7 – For stronger hair, nails and skin.
  • Vitamin B12 – For improved cardiovascular health, energy production and cognitive function.
  • Vitamin C – For a healthier immune system, skin quality and iron absorption.
  • Vitamin D – For muscle, bone and teeth health.

Many people report feeling an immediate boost in their energy levels and overall wellbeing following a vitamin injection, particularly if they're deficient in that vitamin.

To book a vitamin injection or any of my other health and beauty treatments in Walsall, book a consultation or call me on 07871 203398.






(Please note that a prescription is required 24-48 hours prior to the appointment, along with a signed consent form)

Vitamin B7 (Biotin) injection
£35 (15 minutes)

Course of 6 vitamin B7 injections

Course of 12 vitamin B7 injections

Vitamin B12 injection
£35 (15 minutes)

Vitamin C injection
£40 (15 minutes)

Vitamin D injection
£45 (15 minutes)


If you want to arrange a consultation or have any questions about this or Loulabelles Aesthetics' other health and beauty treatments in Walsall, call me at  07871 203398

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Frequently Asked Questions

What does Vitamin B7 do?

Vitamin B7, more commonly known as biotin, assists the body in breaking down and partitioning micronutrients. In practical terms this has a number of valuable effects:

  • Stronger hair and nails
  • Hair growth and an associated reduction in hair loss
  • Improved metabolic rate, which speeds up weight loss
  • Clearer skin
  • Improved blood sugar levels

While you can find Vitamin B7 in a variety of foods like nuts, egg yolks and dairy products, it's known as a water-soluble vitamin. This means that it tends to pass through your system without being absorbed when ingested as a tablet or through foods. Intramuscular injections are by far the most effective way of administering it, allowing for immediate and complete absorption.

What does Vitamin B12 do?

Vitamin B12 is one of the most essential vitamins for general health. The most immediate health benefit, and what people with Vitamin B12 deficiencies notice the most, is how it assists in energy production. Vitamin B12 deficiencies are commonly associated with chronic stress, tiredness and constant ‘brain fog', and there is some research to suggest it may even lead to memory loss and cognitive decline later in life.

Vitamin B12 supplements are directly associated with an improvement in energy levels, mood and overall mental and physical wellbeing. Its effects include:

  • Aiding in the production of new DNA strands
  • Supporting healthy brain and nervous system activity
  • Stimulating the production of red blood cells
  • Regulating the cardiovascular system

What does Vitamin C do?

Vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant, which supports the immune system in fending off diseases, viruses and free radicals. It's even been associated with helping the body fight allergies.

On the physical side, Vitamin C plays a key role in helping the body synthesise collagen. This keeps your skin looking plump, full and vibrant. Collagen is also present in cartilage and bones, and so vitamin C is essential for joint health.

Vitamin C supplementation is associated with:

  • Improved wound healing
  • Reduced fatigue
  • Higher overall energy levels
  • Improved immune system function
  • Youthful-looking skin

What does Vitamin D do?

Vitamin D assists the body in regulating the essential minerals phosphate and calcium. Both minerals are the building blocks of your skin and bones, and so vitamin D supplementation helps lower the risk of fractures and osteoporosis.

Vitamin D has also been linked with:

  • Immune system function
  • Reduced inflammation
  • The production of new cells and the recycling of old cells
  • Skin healing

Though the body is capable of synthesising and storing vitamin D by itself, this reaction is triggered by exposure to UVB radiation. As a result, we're generally deficient in vitamin D during the winter months. This makes external supplementary essential.

Are vitamin injections safe?

Absolutely! You'll be receiving a high yet perfectly safe dosage of your chosen vitamin. For reference, you'll need to take the equivalent of two of my 500mg vitamin C boosts before you would potentially notice any negative effects.

Is there anything I should do to prepare for my vitamin injection?

We'll be sure to discuss any medications or supplements you're currently taking in our pre-appointment consultation. Other than this, I advise you keep your hydration levels up by drinking plenty of water in the 48 hours leading up to the injection.

Do the injections hurt?

I will apply a topical numbing cream to the injection site at least 10 minutes before the vitamin injection. For this reason, I advise you turn up slightly early if possible.