• 355-357 Bridge Road,
    Richmond VIC 3121

Redefine Aesthetics offers intravenous and intramuscular vitamin therapy that may help your body function at its most optimum level. We deliver vitamins, minerals and amino acids directly into the bloodstream to achieve 100% absorption. Our vitamins, minerals and amino acids that we provide can support your body and help combat the effects of toxins and free radicals in the body.

If it is your first time having IV vitamin therapy, you will first have a consultation with one of our IV nurses and doctor. During this consultation we will discuss your symptoms and goals of treatment. From there we will recommend vitamins that may support you goals. Alternatively, you can select from our broad range of IV infusions already designed.

After your consultation, an IV Doctor or Nurse will pack the bag full of the nutrients you have decided on. They will then clean and prepare your arm for cannulation. While cannulating the vein, you will feel a pin prick sensation, similar to a blood test. Once the infusion is running, most people report some mild coldness in the area. Other possible mild side effects include thirst and a urge to go to the bathroom.

Once the infusion is running, it’s time to kick back and relax. You can use your phone, laptop, have a drink, something to eat, or just close your eyes and have a quick nap during your infusion. Most 500-1000ml infusions will take 20-40 minutes. Some infusions, such as NAD+ will take a lot longer, in the realm of 1.5-3 hours or more.

After your infusion is done, your IV nurse will carefully disconnect it and you will be replenished and ready to go.  You should be able to go back to any of your usual activities post infusion.

Frequently Asked Questions


Only 10-20% of the vitamins we ingest orally either from food or supplementation get absorbed via the digestive system into the bloodstream, the remainder. Intravenous vitamin therapy is therefore a powerful route of administration. Not only are vitamins infused directly into the blood stream, but there is 100% vitamin absorption.

Injecting vitamins, minerals and nutrients directly into your bloodstream, means they get delivered directly to your cells where they can do their job as co-factors for a wide variety of cellular processes immediately.


We are all exposed to toxins, stress and free radicals in everyday life from our lifestyle and environment. Pollution, poor diet, stress at work and home, excessive alcohol consumption, lack of sleep, lack of exercising and even over-exercising all contribute to our overall health and well being. Over time, toxins and free radicals build up in your body and start to take their toll on your immune system. Symptoms that may present as a result of this are low energy, fatigue, poor concentration, poor sleep, low moods, increased anxiety, frequent respiratory tract infections, allergies, gut issues and joint and muscle inflammation. IV vitamins such as the anti-oxidants Vitamin C and Glutathione for example, may help reduce these symptoms and the effect of toxins and free radicals.


IV vitamin therapy may also benefit people who suffer from chronic fatigue and recurrent viral infections. It may aid in exercise recovery, muscle soreness, dehydration, acute and chronic pain, digestive issues, hangovers, headaches/migraines and jet lag.


Every treatment plan is different and customised to you. There are no set rules for the number of infusions you can have, this will generally be determined by the doctor during your initial consultation and then discussed with you to work out the best treatment plan for you based on your symptoms, lifestyle and budget.


While it is generally considered safe, there are some potential side effects and considerations to be aware of:

  • Irritation or pain at the injection site: It is possible to experience local irritation, discomfort, or pain at the site where the IV is inserted. This is usually mild and temporary.
  • Allergic reactions: Although rare, allergic reactions to the components of the IV solution can occur. Signs of an allergic reaction may include rash, itching, swelling, dizziness, and difficulty breathing. If you experience any allergic symptoms, seek immediate medical attention.
  • Infection or vein inflammation: There is a small risk of infection at the injection site or inflammation of the veins (phlebitis) where the IV is inserted. Proper sterile techniques and experienced healthcare professionals can minimize this risk.
  • Electrolyte imbalance: Some IV nutrient therapies contain electrolytes. If not properly balanced or monitored, these electrolytes can cause an imbalance in the body, leading to symptoms such as irregular heartbeat, muscle cramps, weakness, or changes in blood pressure. It is important to have appropriate monitoring and supervision during IV nutrient therapy.
  • Fluid overload: Excessive administration of fluids during IV nutrient therapy can potentially lead to fluid overload, especially in individuals with compromised kidney function or heart conditions. Monitoring fluid balance and adjusting the infusion rate appropriately can help mitigate this risk.
  • Interactions with medications or medical conditions: Certain medical conditions or medications may interact with the components of the IV nutrient therapy. It is important to disclose your medical history and current medications to the healthcare provider administering the therapy to avoid any potential complications or interactions.


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