Biotin Booster Shot



Get A Drip’s Biotin (Vitamin B7) Booster Shot Injection is perfect for supporting your hair and skin health, while also contributing to normal energy-yielding metabolism. Combine with our Hair Health Drip for optimal maintenance of normal hair.

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Key Ingredients

  • Vitamin B7 (5mg)


Contributes to:

  • Maintenance of normal hair
  • Maintenance of normal skin
  • Maintenance of normal mucous membranes
  • Normal energy-yielding metabolism
  • Normal functioning of the nervous system
  • Normal macronutrient metabolism
  • Normal psychological function

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Frequently Asked Questions

What are the benefits of Biotin?

Biotin has many different benefits. This includes: contribution to the maintenance of normal hair, skin and mucous membranes, normal energy-yielding metabolism, normal functioning of the nervous system, normal macronutrient metabolism, normal psychological function.   

What is the difference between Biotin IM and Biotin IV?

Biotin IM (intramuscular) and Biotin IV (intravenous) refer to two different methods of administering Biotin. 

Biotin IM involves getting Biotin injected directly into the muscle tissue either in the upper forearm or your glute. This injection is typically given in the form of a shot and the Biotin is gradually absorbed by the bloodstream through the muscle. 

Biotin IV is a method that involves administering Biotin directly into the bloodstream through the vein and goes directly into the circulatory system. Although Biotin IM and Biotin IV share the same benefits, Biotin IV is more effective as it is 100% bioavailable.

How often can I have IM/IV Biotin?

You can receive IM once every week until you see your desired results. We do not recommend receiving IV Biotin more than 9 times a month as this service requires cannulation. 

Are there any side effects of Biotin?

Biotin is considered a generally safe Vitamin when taken at recommended doses. However, high doses may cause potential side effects when interacted with other certain medications. Always consult with a healthcare professional if you are on any medication and would like to add a new supplement to your daily routine. 

What are some common signs of a Biotin deficiency?

Symptoms of a Biotin deficiency include: hair loss, dry scaly skin, cracking in the corners of the mouth, dry eyes, fatigue, insomnia, painful tongue that is magenta in colour and depression. 

How do I overcome tiredness?

There are numerous reasons you might be feeling tired. These include causes that are: psychological, e.g. stress, anxiety, depression; physical, e.g. hypothyroidism, anaemia, sleep apnoea; and lifestyle-related, e.g. night shifts, alcohol consumption, and getting too little or too much exercise. Many Vitamin and mineral deficiencies can cause tiredness and fatigue. If you are feeling tired all the time (TATT), it is well worth speaking to your GP and having a set of blood tests done. Get A Drip also offers a range of Blood Testing Profiles for diagnostic purposes. Low levels of Vitamin B12, other B Vitamins, Vitamin D, Iron and overall hydration can especially wreak havoc on your energy levels.

What are the dietary sources of Biotin?

Biotin can be found in various foods such as eggs, nuts, seeds, fish, meat and certain vegetables. It is also produced by the bacteria in the digestive system. 

How much Biotin do I need daily?

The recommended daily intake of Biotin varies, but for adults, it is typically around 30-100 micrograms. Pregnant and breastfeeding women may require higher amounts.