About Skin Brightening Drip

Skin brightening drip is a type of intravenous nutrient therapy. It is a safe treatment to help achieve lighter skin naturally and evenly. The bag contains a high dose of vitamin C, calcium gluconate and separate high dose glutathione push. Glutathione is a powerful antioxidant to eradicate free radicals, and as a result, can be very beneficial to the appearance of the skin.

Who is this for?

Male and female with below skin concerns:

  • Dull and uneven looking skin
  • Hyperpigmentation and blemishes
  • Sun-damaged skin

When it is not suitable

You should not have IV Fat Burner Drip if you:

  • have diabetes
  • breastfeeding
  • are receiving radiotherapy or chemotherapy
  • have a thiamine deficiency
  • have chronic kidney failure or liver disease
  • have a history of stroke
  • have hyperparathyroidism
  • are allergic to iron


IntraVita Skin Brightening

Best Practices

Before Treatment

Speak with an experienced practitioner. Be sure that you are a suitable candidate prior to the treatment.

Frequent Questions

Intravenous nutrient therapy, also known as IV therapy, administers vitamins and minerals intravenously to aid the treatment of various medical conditions.

The most common types of intravenous nutrient therapy that are well-loved by our patients are:

  • Fat Burner Plus
  • Immuno Booster
  • Skin Brightening Drips

Yes, intravenous nutrient therapy is made up of essential nutrients. In fact, intravenous nutrient therapy is to be used as part of a healthy lifestyle in combination with exercise ad balance diet. It helps to improve overall health and well-being. 

Prior to the treatment, our practitioner will have a comprehensive consultation with patients to tailor a bespoke treatment plan. This involves discussion of treatment goals and signing of patient consent forms.

Afterwards, patients will receive intravenous nutrient therapy. The process usually takes around 45 minutes.

Usually, the effects become noticeable after 12-24 hours and they last for anything between 8 days to 3 weeks depending on the type of iv drips and the patient’s health. Some patients might need to undertake more than one treatment to achieve the desirable results.

Although intravenous nutrient therapy can be administered as a one-off treatment to give a nutrient boost, however, patients are often advised to follow a course of treatments to achieve the treatment goal.

Intravenous nutrient therapy is very safe if administered by an experienced and certified practitioner. However, as with any medication, intravenous nutrients therapy can cause side effects for some people. The common side effects are:

  • Nausea
  • Dizziness
  • Dry mouth
  • Fatigue
  • Perspiration
  • Infection at the injection site
  • Rashes
  • Vein inflammation and bruising
  • Blood clots
  • Air embolism

(Any of the side effects occurred should subside 3-5 hours after the therapy)