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Vitamin C Injection By Vesco Pharma VC Vitamin C 1000mg Injection is vital to maintaining healthy and glowing skin. The skin-related benefits of Vitamin C are mainly due to its antioxidant property. The intake of Vitamin C led to reduced free radical skin damage and increased wound healing. In addition, some researchers have mentioned the skin whitening effect of Vitamin C, which makes it beneficial to get rid of hyperpigmentation and scars marks.

About Vesco Pharma Collagen C 1000 Collagen Extract Injection Reduce wrinkles, fade scars, repair your skin, and attain the Youthful complexion you have always wanted with Vesco Pharma Collagen C 1000. Vesco Pharma Collagen C 1000 is a potent mixture of Collagen Extracts and Vitamin C in equal amounts that are delivered Intra-venously (IV) or Intra-muscularly (IM) to nourish your skin.

Placenta Extract Injection By Vesco Pharma Placenta C 1000 is a highly effective remedial and preventative treatment for various disorders of the body and physiological processes like aging.

DHNP Vitamin C 10000mg - 10 Ampoules

Neutro Skin Vitamin C and Collagen Injection

Cindella Thiotic acid 25mg 5ml

Laroscorbine Platinum E UF PN Vitamin C Collagen Injection that helps to boost the skin whitening process from within. It works as an anti-ageing and antioxidant to increase the body immune system, replace collagen loss, and boost skin flexibility. Can be administered intramuscularly or intravenously

Lucchini Sheep Placenta Total Power Cell

Placenta Lucchini fresh cell therapy provides revitalizing effect on cell renewal of the epidermis on the whole body by promoting the formation of new members vessels and nerves, thus bringing about healthy-looking skin. Regular use of Placenta Lucchini will undoubtedly make the skin appear young and vibrant.

Biocell Collagen Platinum Forte And Vitamin C

Alpha Lipoic Acid, also called ALA or Thiocitic Acid is a natural compound that is made by our bodies in small amounts from short chain fatty acids. This is not a drug it is actually an essential part of every healthy person's body! When we don't make enough ALA we gain weight, our bones hurt, our skin looks uneven and dull.

Collagen Injection

Collagen is the most abundant protein in the human body, found in the bones, muscles, skin, and tendons. It is the compound that holds the body together. Collagen forms a scaffold to provide strength and structure. Endogenous collagen is natural collagen, manufactured by the body. Exogenous collagen is artificial. It comes from an outside source, such as supplements. Endogenous collagen has a number of important functions. Breakdown and deficiency are connected to a number of health issues. Exogenous collagen is utilized for cosmetic and medical functions, consisting of the repair of body tissues. More information is in the main article. Collagen occurs throughout the body, but especially in the skin, bones, and connective tissues. Some types of collagen fibrils, gram-for-gram, are more powerful than steel. Collagen production declines with age and direct exposure to elements such as smoking cigarettes and UV light. Collagen can be used in collagen dressings, to attract brand-new skin cells to wound sites. Cosmetic creams that declare to increase collagen levels are not likely to do so, as collagen particles are too large to be taken in through the skin. Collagen is secreted by different cells, but generally by connective tissue cells. In the dermis or the middle layer of skin, collagen assists form a fibrous network of cells called fibroblasts, upon which new cells can grow.



Placenta Extract Injection

The human placenta extract has actually been used to deal with fatigue, postmenopausal signs, injury recovery, and growth retardation in Korea. Combined with acupuncture treatment, placenta extract extends its therapeutic limit to discomfort control. Just recently, we have reported acupuncture point injection (API) with placenta extract regulated inflammation-involving pain symptoms in chronic discomfort diseases. In order to restore clients struggling with chronic pain and limited joint mobility, the placental extract was injected into acupuncture points localized on the joints, surrounding muscles acting in the show with the joints, and paravertebral muscles impacting the innervation of the joints. Here, we describe the pathology of discomfort syndromes consisting of neck pain, back pain, shoulder discomfort, knee arthritis, fibromyalgia, and complex local discomfort syndrome and propose a methodology of APIs with placental extract in dealing with these painful diseases. Research on human placental extract began to thrive from the description on the technique of its preparation by Russian eye doctor Filatov [4] Filatov at first observed that grafting-preserved human corneas had much better scientific outcomes than freshly separated ones. He persuaded that separated tissues readjusted themselves to establish biogenic stimulators under unfavourable environmental factors. He promoted the principle of healing tissues which could show curative effects by adjusting themselves to the tissues affected by the pathological procedure. Considering that placenta is a storehouse of powerful biogenic stimulators, the application of placental extract ranges from immunology, stem cell research study, genes, and cancer research study to tissue engineering. Placental extracts were demonstrated to consist of a broad range of peptides, proteins, minerals, amino acids, nucleotides, carbohydrates, and steroid hormonal agents.


Vitamin C Injection 

Vitamin C is a water-soluble vitamin - antioxidant, and necessary co-factor for collagen catecholamine, carnitine and biosynthesis metabolism - and dietary iron absorption. Humans are unable to synthesize vitamin C, so it is strictly obtained through the dietary consumption of vegetables and fruits. Citrus fruits, berries, tomatoes, potatoes, and green leafy vegetables are exceptional sources of vitamin C. Although the majority of vitamin C is completely soaked up in the little intestine, the percentage of taken in vitamin C reduces as intraluminal concentrations increase. Proline residues on procollagen require vitamin C for hydroxylation, making it needed for the triple-helix formation of mature collagen. The lack of a stable triple-helical structure jeopardizes the stability of the skin, mucous membranes, blood vessels, and bone. A shortage in vitamin C results in scurvy, which presents with haemorrhage, hyperkeratosis, and haematological problems. This activity describes the indicators, system of action, techniques of administration, considerable adverse results, contraindications, and tracking, of vitamin C so companies can direct client treatment in treatment or supplementation where it is suggested as part of the interprofessional team. Vitamin C is shown to deal with and prevent scurvy. Scurvy establishes 1 to 3 months after initiating a vitamin C lacking diet. Individuals may suffer lethargy, fatigue, despair, psychological lability, arthralgias, weight diarrhoea, loss, and anorexia. They also might experience simple bleeding, bruising, and poor injury recovery. The cutaneous symptoms of scurvy include phrynoderma, corkscrew hairs, perifollicular haemorrhage and purpura, oedema of the lower extremities, and splinter haemorrhages. Phrynoderma, or bigger hyperkeratotic hair roots, are initially present on the posterolateral arms. This discussion subsequently generalizes to include the butts, posterior thighs, calves, shins, and back. Corkscrew hairs represent coiled and fractured hairs due to impaired keratin cross-links by disulfide bonds. With time, considerable vascular blockage happens, particularly in the lower extremities, resulting in perifollicular haemorrhage and edema. This purpura is occasionally palpable, simulating a cutaneous vasculitis. Capillary wall fragility also results in splinter haemorrhages of the nail bed.


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