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Vitamin Injections

B-Complex and B-12 Shots for More Energy and Better Health

MyBotoxLA offers Vitamin B-Complex and B-12 shots to give you more energy andbetter health. Unlike oral supplements, which take longer to absorb, Vitamin B injections enter your bloodstream faster, directly replenishing your body with energy and important nutrients. B-complex and B-12 shots are available by prescription only.

B vitamin injections are an effective way to supplement your intake of vitamins and nutrients from food. B-complex vitamins are crucial to maintaining proper digestive health, blood chemistry, energy, and well-being. Vitamin shots, along with a healthy lifestyle, will keep you energetic and prevent premature aging.

It's not always possible to eat healthy meals, and everyday stress saps your body of important B vitamins. Some people may need extra B-12 or B-complex vitamins from vitamin shots due to a chronic health condition, while other patients simply want the extra energy provided by B-Vitamins.

A weekly B-complex or B-12 vitamin injection gives you more nutrients than taking an oral supplement. Vitamin pills must be digested before being absorbed by the body, so many of the nutrients are lost. With a vitamin shot, all nutrients go directly into the bloodstream. Vitamin injections are necessary for people with celiac disease and other intestinal problems who can't properly digest nutrients in a vitamin pill.

There are eight different water soluble B vitamins, including B12. Each vitamin contributes to several functions in the human body, with an emphasis on energy, anti-inflammation and anti-aging properties. B vitamins turn the food we eat into energy, relieve stress and contribute to better mood and mental function. All B-complex vitamins are water soluble, meaning your body can't store them. It's difficult for most people to get enough B-Vitamins from food or an oral supplement, so a Vitamin B Complex shot is the perfect solution.

We also offer Vitamin B12 injections. - Cyanocobalamin (Vitamin B12) helps produce new red blood cells and enables iron to work more beneficially throughout your body. Along with Vitamin B9 (folate or folic acid), Vitamin B12 helps you maintain a balanced mood and better immunity to disease. Some studies indicate that people suffering from chronic fatigue may benefit from weekly B12 shots. Vitamin B12 injections are also used to treat pernicious anemia, a dangerous condition that occurs when people can't absorb the vitamin from food.

Vitamin B12 deficiency can cause fatigue, nervousness, tingling in toes and fingers, numbness and and shortness of breath. It causes nerve damage if left untreated. Vegans, vegetarians, the elderly and people with Crohn's disease are most likely to suffer from a B12 deficiency. Other signs you're low on Vitamin B12 include hair loss, poor memory, depression and ringing in the ears (tinnitus). B12 shots are used to treat diabetes, Alzheimer's disease, asthma, allergies, osteoporosis and other chronic health conditions.

B-Complex Shots contains Five Health-Boosting Vitamins

Here's an overview of the health benefits you'll get from the B vitamins in a Vitamin B-Complex Injection from My BotoxLA:

Thiamine Hydrochloride 100 mg

Thiamine (Vitamin B1) strengthens your immune system, protecting you from colds and the flu. It helps you maintain a good mood and handle stress better.

Riboflavin 5'

Riboflavin (Vitamin B2) assists in wound healing and repairs tissues. If you have oily skin and are prone to pimples or acne, Vitamin B2 improves your body's ability to clear up skin lesions on its own by secreting mucus. Riboflavin helps moisten the skin as well, preventing eczema and dermatitis.

Niacinamide 100 mg

Niacinamide (Vitamin B3) helps keep your cholesterol and blood pressure at a healthy level, and many doctors prescribe a high-grade version of this vitamin to patients at risk for heart problems. One of the best vitamins for skin health, it increases hydration to produce more fatty acids and ceramides, substances that seal in moisture. Hydrated skin equals fewer wrinkles and age spots.

Dexpanthenol 2 mg

Pantothenic acid (Vitamin B5) and its derivative Pantethine reduce fats and triglycerides in patients with high cholesterol. It acts as a stress reducer by regulating the hormones responsible for anxiety. If you're feeling tired and lackluster, Vitamin B5 can help you build stamina and halt fatigue by boosting hemoglobin levels. And its anti-aging properties can't be beat for preserving healthy skin and hair. Vitamin B5 delays the appearance of age spots and wrinkles. This may be due to the presence of glutathione, a potent antioxidant that reduces the effects of toxins and sun damage. Pantethine helps hair retain its youthful pigmentation, repressing the growth of gray hair.

Pyridoxine Hydrochloride

Pyridoxine, (Vitamin B6) helps the body manufacture three important hormones - serotonin and norepinephrine, which regulate mood, and melatonin, which controls your sleep cycle. Vitamin B6 has been shown to reduce inflammation, reducing the pain associated with carpal tunnel syndrome and rheumatoid arthritis. Along with Vitamins B5 and B2, it keeps the skin moist and supple. Pyridoxine guards against acne, hair loss, eczema and the dry skin that causes premature wrinkles.


If you have been feeling rundown, depressed or notice sudden hair loss or dry skin, a B12 deficiency could be at the heart of your problem. Call us at 1 818-850-3345 to schedule a free consultation and we'll determine if a B-complex or B12 shot is the solution for you.

Common Vitamin Shots Questions

Are vitamin injectables more effective than oral supplements?

Yes. Vitamin injectables go to work immediately, directly into the bloodstream. This makes them the most efficient & effective way to receive additional vitamins.

Are weight loss injections a safe way to lose weight?

Shots for weight loss are proven to be safe & effective, particularly when used as part of a whole-body weight loss regimen that includes diet, exercise, & supplements.

Do vitamin injections cause any side effects?

Side effects are rare and usually quite mild. They may include irritation at the point of injection, mild fever, minor swelling, rash, or dizziness. More severe reactions are usually the result of an allergic reaction. Any side effects should be brought to the attention of your care provider immediately.