IV Wellness Therapy – IV Infusions – IV Drip Therapy Wollongong

IV Wellness Therapy- Best IV INfusions, IV VItamin Therapy – IV Drip Therapy Wollongong

Rebecca Jepsen, Registered Nurse, Dr Niro Sivathasan, Dr Aaron Stanes and Dr Ahmad Sayed Hasanien, IV Wellness Infusions specialists at Ignite Medispa®, Wollongong.

What Is IV Wellness Therapy And What Are IV Infusions?

  • IV Wellness Therapy involves IV solutions containing minerals, electrolytes and anti-oxidants delivered through an intravenous drip, revitalising and detoxifying the body.
  • IV Infusions are vitamin enriched fluids and other cocktail solutions delivered directly in to a vein via an intravenous drip.

Your Ignite Medispa® Special Team of Doctors for IV Wellness Therapy

From left Rebecca Jepsen our Registered Nurse, Dr. Niro Sivathasan, Dr Ahmad Sayed Hasanien and Dr Aaron Stanes

Your Ignite Medispa® Special Team of Doctors for IV Wellness Therapy

From left Rebecca Jepsen our Registered Nurse, Dr. Niro Sivathasan, Dr Ahmad Sayed Hasanien and Dr Aaron Stanes

Ignite MedispaRX

Ignite MedispaRx provides a proactive and preventative approach to health and wellbeing through the introduction of NewCell® intravenous (IV) therapies.  We understand when you feel good on the inside, this wellness reflects on the outside. Therefore, we have incorporated a range of IV therapies, formulated to support your body’s cellular performance and complement your cosmetic journey.  Depending on your individual needs, this may include the administration of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and/ or NAD+ therapy

Our IV therapies are delivered in our dedicated wellness room, providing our clients with their own space to relax and escape the stresses of day-to-day life.  Each client’s NewCell® IV therapy is administered by our Registered Nurse and overseen by our Medical Practitioner. Please allow at least 45 minutes to complete your infusion.  To see if NewCell® IV therapy is suitable for you, please contact Ignite MedispaRx for a consultation with our medical team.



NewCell® Restore

The NewCell® Restore infusion boosts the immune system, detoxifies the body and increases strength and energy levels. Perfect for preparing for big life events.

NewCell® Radiate

Our NewCell® Radiate infusion is specifically formulated for its anti-ageing properties. This combination of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants assists the body to rid itself of damaging free radicals.

NewCell® Revive

The NewCell® Revive infusion is specifically formulated to help boost your energy levels, with high doses of B vitamins and other selected vitamins, minerals and antioxidants.


How Does IV Vitamin Therapy Work?

IV Vitamin therapy administers vitamins and nutrients directly into the bloodstream bypassing the digestive system. This provides increased cell absorption and makes the vitamins 100% available to your system instantly. Booster shots are administered using an intramuscular injection so there is no GI metabolism, which also allows for increased absorption. When you take oral supplements, there is approximately a 20% absorption rate after filtering through your digestive system; in comparison, IV vitamin therapy is 100%.

Who Administers The IV Wellness Therapy

Our IV therapies are administered by our Registered Nurse and overseen by our Medical Practitioner.

What Are The Side Effects Of IV Vitamin Therapy?

There are infrequent complications but there may be bruising, swelling or pain at the injection site.  This is minimised following proper post-care instructions. Rare complications can include inflammation of the vein or damage to the anatomical structure at the injection site. A blood clot can occur in extremely rare cases, along with minor side effects associated with individual infusions.


How much Vitamin B-Complex can you absorb?

  • The vitamins in B-complex are water-soluble, and excess amounts are not stored by the body. 
  • The different constituent vitamins are absorbed in different amounts. 

Is too much Vitamin B-Complex dangerous?

  • Too much of anything may be bad, and this is why we limit how many treatments you may receive at Ignite®. 
  • Vitamin B1: there is no significant evidence of toxicity from high intake of thiamine. 
  • Vitamin B2: there is no significant evidence of toxicity from high intake of riboflavin.
  • Vitamin B5: there is no significant evidence of toxicity from high intake of pantothenic acid. 
  • Vitamin B6: there is some evidence that very high doses of niacinamide consumed regularly, over a long period of time, may be harmful.  “People almost never get too much vitamin B6 from food. But taking high levels of vitamin B6 from supplements for a year or longer can cause severe nerve damage, leading people to lose control of their bodily movements” (National Institutes of Health, U.S.A.). 

How much Vitamin C can you absorb?

  • Vitamin C is water-soluble, and unused (or ‘oxidized’/ spent) amounts get excreted in the urine.  The same thing happens with excess water that we consume. Therefore, the more you are in need of vitamin C, the more you shall absorb.  Put another way, it is correct that the more vitamin C you receive, the more the percentage which is unused, depending on the initial deficiency. 
  • In general, 50% of a 2-gram dose, 26% of a 6-gram dose and 16% of a 12-gram dose. Above 20, the benefit is very low; however, people who are fighting an infection or cancer may absorb more if their body needs it – remember, vitamin C is an adjunct (supportive therapy) only. 

 Is too much Vitamin C dangerous?

  • Some people experience mildly loose bowels with high intake, and some may consider this to be a benefit.  This is possibly due to altered water retention or osmotic pressure. 
  • Vitamin C doesn’t cause kidney stones. This was proven several years ago by research at the Kidney Stone Research Laboratory of the University of Cape Town, concluding that large doses of Vitamin C does not increase the risk of forming kidney stones.

Interesting Website Sources About Vitamin B and Vitamin C 

What Is NAD+Therapy?

NAD+ (nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide) is a coenzyme which is found in every cell in the body.  It is chiefly involved in the production of energy, but has many other roles. Mitochondria are the ‘power stations’ of cells, and there is evidence that mitochondrial dysfunction contributes to many chronic conditions.  It therefore follows that giving your body NAD+ may help with the repair, if not rejuvenation, of cells.  

Indeed, there is compelling research from all around the world, spanning many decades, that NAD+ treatments may help improve cellular function, may help prevent chronic illnesses, may minimise chronic pain, and may help with maintaining sobriety in those with a history of addiction issues.  

Intravenous (IV) NAD+ is the best way to give the body this compound.  Please note that we do not offer any in-patient or rehabilitation services, and we do not use addictive drugs (to overcome other addictions). 

Our NAD+ is made to the highest standards, and after receiving NAD+ treatments, patients typically report better sleep and greater mental clarity (less ‘brain fog’).  It is important to have a balanced diet and to minimise alcohol-consumption. 

The staff at Ignite Medispa® are passionate about helping all people live happy and healthy (energetic, and free of disease and addiction) lives.  Ageing well is an important aspect of this. This is known as ‘healthspan’, and is distinct from lifespan.

For more information regarding NAD+ therapy, please follow this link https://www.nad-australia.com/

Questions And Answers On IV Vitamins – IV Vitamins FAQ

IV drips deliver all manner of compounds directly to the bloodstream.  From a wellness perspective, this includes amino acids, minerals, vitamins, where the greatest potential for absorption is possible.

What Does The Vitamin B Family Do?

Vitamin B is believed to help improve the quality of the skin and its appendages (hair and nails).  For example, it has anti-oxidant properties which benefit the skin, and may also improve the brightness of the skin.

What Does Vitamin C Do?

Vitamin C may assist the immune system, for example to improve the resolution of common respiratory tract viral illnesses.  Some travellers swear by getting a high-does infusion of this vital amine, prior to jetting off!

What Does Glutathione Do?

Glutathione (or GSH) prevent oxidative cell damage, and is believed to improve immune function, detoxify the liver, and protect the kidneys.  It thought to improve the glow or luminosity of skin, too!


Micronutrients and vitamins are dietary components which are necessary for life. Dr. Niro Sivathasan and the other doctors and advisors behind NewCell® spent an extraordinary length of time searching and reading through scientific archives and journals, to decide what to put in the different NewCell® options.  Being science-led, a focus was to bolster the immune system based on current, available evidence, whilst also noting that a lot of studies have historically been poorly conducted and therefore inconclusive.

Whilst, of course, the immune system is incredibly complex and needs multiple micronutrients and vitamins, it is Dr. Niro’s belief that vitamins C and D, and zinc, have the greatest evidence supporting their use intravenously to support the immune system, with additional support from magnesium and the various vitamins in the B-family.  Having said that, other vitamins and micronutrients, such as A, E, copper and selenium, are also very important for the immune system – and perhaps, arguably, it’s just that the right research hasn’t yet been undertaken to see how they are involved in the different pathways to support both immunologically and physically.  

Interestingly, in the 2020 Euro-American collaboration between Gombart, Pierre, and Maggini, entitled, ‘A Review of Micronutrients and the Immune System – Working in Harmony to Reduce the Risk of Infection’, it was felt that current recommended dietary allowances are inadequate, that certain conditions/ states (such as infection and stress) increase the need for micronutrients, and that “available evidence indicates that supplementation with multiple micronutrients with immune-supporting roles may modulate immune function and reduce the risk of infection.”  Furthermore, the authors of this extensive review article, which referenced a whopping 231 other sources, also agreed that supplementation with vitamin C and zinc would be most useful for the healthy function of the immune system. 

Also of interest is the well-established situation involving vitamins deficits and neurological pathology – the nervous system is, indeed, vulnerable to its nutrition- and metabolism- states.  The following are some summaries and references to scientific papers covering some of the other constituents of the different NewCell® mixes, which you might enjoy reading… just three articles have been chosen out of dozens, for each component: 



‘Glutathione metabolism and its implications for health’ (Journal of Nutrition, 2004)

  • “Glutathione plays important roles in antioxidant defense, nutrient metabolism, and regulation of cellular events (including gene expression, DNA and protein synthesis, cell proliferation and apoptosis, signal transduction, cytokine production and immune response, and protein glutathionylation).” 
  • “Glutathione deficiency contributes to oxidative stress, which plays a key role in aging and the pathogenesis of many diseases (including kwashiorkor, seizure, Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, liver disease, cystic fibrosis, sickle cell anemia, HIV, AIDS, cancer, heart attack, stroke, and diabetes).”

‘The different aspects of the biological role of glutathione’ (Advances in Hygiene and Experimental Medicine, 2007)

  • “Glutathione plays a key role in maintaining a physiological balance between prooxidants and antioxidants, crucial for the life and death of a cell.”
  • “There is a clear relationship between the levels of different redox forms of glutathione and the regulation of cellular metabolism in a broad sense. Therefore, each of these forms of glutathione can be beneficial or harmful to the organism depending on the cell type and its metabolic status. In such a situation, elevation of GSH level can constitute a very important factor aiding treatment.”
  • “A rise in GSH level is beneficial in all pathological states.”

‘Glutathione synthesis and its role in redox signaling’ (Seminars in Cell and Developmental Biology, 2012)

  • “Glutathione (GSH) is the most abundant antioxidant and a major detoxification agent in cells.”
  • “Accumulating evidence suggests that GSH may play important roles in cell signaling.”



‘Intravenous magnesium sulphate in acute myocardial infarction – is the answer “MAGIC”?’ (Magnesium Research, 2003)

  • “The role of magnesium in coronary artery disease has been evaluated extensively during the last three decades. The intravenous application of magnesium in acute myocardial infarction is of major importance, the beneficial effects have been underlined in several studies.”
  • “Magnesium is of significance in the pathomechanisms of reperfusion injury and reduction of malign arrhythmias in the critical acute phase of myocardial infarction, if applied intravenously.”

‘Magnesium and depression’ (Magnesium Research, 2016)

  • “Magnesium is one of the most important elements in the human body and is involved in a number of biochemical processes crucial for the proper functioning of the cardiovascular, alimentary, endocrine, and osteoarticular systems.” 
  • “It also plays a vital modulatory role in brain biochemistry, influencing several neurotransmission pathways associated with the development of depression. Personality changes, including apathy, depression, agitation, confusion, anxiety, and delirium are observed when there is a deficiency of this element.”
  • Rodents receiving a diet deficient in magnesium displayed depressive behaviour that was reversed by antidepressant drugs. Poor nutrition, gastrointestinal and renal diseases, insulin resistance and/or type 2 diabetes, alcoholism, stress, and certain medications may lead to magnesium deficiency.”
  • “It seems that magnesium supplementation is well-tolerated and enhances the efficacy of conventional antidepressant treatments, and as such could be a valuable addition to the standard treatments for depression, although differences in bioavailability between inorganic and organic compounds should be taken into consideration.”

‘Magnesium: The overlooked electrolyte in blood cancers?’ (Blood Reviews, 2020)

  • “Magnesium is an important element that has essential roles in the regulation of cell growth, division, and differentiation.”
  • “Mounting evidence in the literature suggests an association between hypomagnesemia and all-cause mortality.”
  • “In addition, epidemiologic studies have demonstrated that a diet poor in magnesium increases the risk of developing cancer, highlighting its importance in the field of hematology and oncology. In solid malignancies, hypomagnesemia at diagnosis portends a worse prognosis.”
  • “Hypomagnesemia has been associated with a higher viral load of the Epstein Barr virus, a virus associated with a multitude of hematologic malignancies.”
  • In this review we discuss the relevance of magnesium as an electrolyte, current measurement techniques, and the known data related to cause and prognosis of blood cancers. The goal is to use these data to stimulate additional high-quality and well powered studies to further investigate the role of magnesium in preventing cancer and improving outcomes of patients with malignancy and concomitant magnesium deficiency.



B Vitamins and the Brain: Mechanisms, Dose and Efficacy – A Review (2016)

  • “The B-vitamins comprise a group of eight water soluble vitamins that perform essential, closely inter-related roles in cellular functioning, acting as co-enzymes in a vast array of catabolic and anabolic enzymatic reactions.”
  • “Their collective effects are particularly prevalent to numerous aspects of brain function, including energy production, DNA/RNA synthesis/repair, genomic and non-genomic methylation, and the synthesis of numerous neurochemicals and signaling molecules.”
  • “However, human epidemiological and controlled trial investigations, and the resultant scientific commentary, have focused almost exclusively on the small sub-set of vitamins (B9/B12/B6) that are the most prominent (but not the exclusive) B-vitamins involved in homocysteine metabolism. Scant regard has been paid to the other B vitamins. This review describes the closely inter-related functions of the eight B-vitamins and marshals evidence suggesting that adequate levels of all members of this group of micronutrients are essential for optimal physiological and neurological functioning.”
  • “Furthermore, evidence from human research clearly shows both that a significant proportion of the populations of developed countries suffer from deficiencies or insufficiencies in one or more of this group of vitamins, and that, in the absence of an optimal diet, administration of the entire B-vitamin group, rather than a small sub-set, at doses greatly in excess of the current governmental recommendations, would be a rational approach for preserving brain health.

The Effects of Vitamin B in Depression (Current Medicinal Chemistry, 2016)

  • “[Vitamins] play a major role in health and their deficiency may be linked to symptoms of psychiatric disorders.”
  • “B vitamins are required for proper functioning of the methylation cycle, monoamine oxidase production, DNA synthesis and the repair and maintenance of phospholipids.”
  • “Vitamin B deficiency could influence memory function, cognitive impairment and dementia. In particular, vitamins B1, B3, B6, B9 and B12 are essential for neuronal function and deficiencies have been linked to depression.”
  • “We provide evidence that vitamin B contributes to the complexity of depressive symptoms.”

Is there a Link between Vitamin B and Multiple Sclerosis? (Medicinal Chemistry, 2018)

  • “Damage to the myelin sheath (demyelination) is one of the main manifestations of multiple sclerosis (MS). Interestingly, both MS and vitamin B deficiencies result in severe myelin degeneration, leading to loss in neuronal signal transmission.”
  • “Deficiency in vitamin B complex vary, although common symptoms include fatigue, increased oxidative stress, inflammation and demyelination. In particular, vitamin B12 (cobalamin) has had increased attention for its role in the methylation process, involvement in myelination and remyelination, and reversal of MS symptoms.”
  • “The anti-inflammatory and re-myelinating attributes of vitamin B complex members are promising, despite limited clinical studies.”
  • “There is an urgent need for larger studies to determine the role of vitamin B supplementation alone, or in combination with other therapeutic agents, in prevention or reversal of MS, and aid in improved quality of life of MS patients.”



‘High-Dose Parenteral Ascorbate Enhanced Chemosensitivity of Ovarian Cancer and Reduced Toxicity of Chemotherapy’ (Science: Translational Medicine, 2014)

  • “Ascorbate (vitamin C) was an early, unorthodox therapy for cancer, with an outstanding safety profile and anecdotal clinical benefit. Because oral ascorbate was ineffective in two cancer clinical trials, ascorbate was abandoned by conventional oncology but continued to be used in complementary and alternative medicine. Recent studies provide rationale for reexamining ascorbate treatment.”
  • “Because of marked pharmacokinetic differences, intravenous, but not oral, ascorbate produces millimolar concentrations both in blood and in tissues, killing cancer cells without harming normal tissues. In the interstitial fluid surrounding tumor cells, millimolar concentrations of ascorbate exert local pro-oxidant effects by mediating hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) formation, which kills cancer cells.” 
  • “The combination of parenteral ascorbate with the conventional chemotherapeutic agents carboplatin and paclitaxel synergistically inhibited ovarian cancer in mouse models and reduced chemotherapy-associated toxicity in patients with ovarian cancer.” 
  • “On the basis of its potential benefit and minimal toxicity, examination of intravenous ascorbate in combination with standard chemotherapy is justified in larger clinical trials.”

‘Targeting cancer vulnerabilities with high-dose vitamin C’ (Nature Reviews: Cancer, 2019)

  • “Over the past century, the notion that vitamin C can be used to treat cancer has generated much controversy. However, new knowledge regarding the pharmacokinetic properties of vitamin C and recent high-profile preclinical studies have revived interest in the utilization of high-dose vitamin C for cancer treatment.”
  • “Studies have shown that pharmacological vitamin C targets many of the mechanisms that cancer cells utilize for their survival and growth.”
  • “In this Opinion article, we discuss how vitamin C can target three vulnerabilities many cancer cells share: redox imbalance, epigenetic reprogramming and oxygen-sensing regulation. Although the mechanisms and predictive biomarkers that we discuss need to be validated in well-controlled clinical trials, these new discoveries regarding the anticancer properties of vitamin C are promising to help identify patient populations that may benefit the most from high-dose vitamin C therapy, developing effective combination strategies and improving the overall design of future vitamin C clinical trials for various types of cancer.”

‘Vitamin C and Its Role in Periodontal Diseases – The Past and the Present: A Narrative Review’ (Oral Health & Preventative Dentistry, 2020)

  • “In humans, ascorbic acid, better known as vitamin C, is a true vitamin because humans lack the ability to synthesise it. It has a wide range of functions. For example, it acts as co-factor for a number of enzymes including those involved in collagen hydroxylation, prevents oxidative damage to DNA and intracellular proteins, and in plasma it increases endothelium-dependent vasodilatation, and reduces extracellular oxidants from neutrophils.”
  • “Deficiency in vitamin C results in the potentially fatal disease scurvy, which can be cured only by administering vitamin C. It has been shown that in individuals with gingivitis and periodontitis, plasma vitamin C levels are lower than in healthy controls. In periodontitis, a reduced capacity to absorb vitamin C may play a role.”

Also see: ‘A new clinical trial to test high-dose vitamin C in patients with COVID-19’ (Critical Care, 2020)


‘Role of zinc in the development and treatment of mood disorders’ (Current Opinion in Clinical Nutrition & Metabolic Care, 2010)

  • “Clinical studies and experimental work using animal models have both revealed a link between zinc status and neuropsychological disorders such as depression and anxiety.”
  • “Not only has zinc deficiency been shown to induce depression-like and anxiety-like behaviors, supplementation has been used as a treatment for major depression. Zinc administration improves the efficacy of antidepressant drugs in depressed patients and may have a particular role to play in treatment-resistant patients.”
  • “Recent investigations into the molecular mechanisms responsible for these observations suggest a role for zinc in the regulation of neurotransmitter systems, antioxidant mechanisms, neurotrophic factors, and neuronal precursor cells.”

‘Zinc and its role in age-related inflammation and immune dysfunction’ (Molecular Nutrition & Food Research, 2012)

  • “Zinc is an essential micronutrient required for many cellular processes, especially for the normal development and function of the immune system. Zinc homeostasis and signaling are critical in immune activation, and an imbalance in zinc homeostasis is associated with the development of chronic diseases.”
  • “Zinc deficiency causes significant impairment in both adaptive and innate immune responses, and promotes systemic inflammation.”
  • “The elderly are a population particularly susceptible to zinc deficiency. National surveys indicate that a significant portion of the aged population has inadequate zinc intake, and a decline in zinc status is observed with age.”
  • “There are remarkable similarities between the hallmarks of zinc deficiency and immunological dysfunction in aged individuals. Both zinc deficiency and the aging process are characterized by impaired immune responses and systemic low grade chronic inflammation. It has been hypothesized that age-related zinc deficiency may be an important factor contributing to immune dysfunction and chronic inflammation during the aging process.”

‘Zinc and immunity: An essential interrelation’ (Archives of Biochemistry & Biophysics, 2016)

  • “The significance of the essential trace element zinc for immune function has been known for several decades. Zinc deficiency affects immune cells, resulting in altered host defense, increased risk of inflammation, and even death.”
  • “The micronutrient zinc is important for maintenance and development of immune cells of both the innate and adaptive immune system. A disrupted zinc homeostasis affects these cells, leading to impaired formation, activation, and maturation of lymphocytes, disturbed intercellular communication via cytokines, and weakened innate host defense via phagocytosis and oxidative burst.”



‘Evidence that Vitamin D Supplementation Could Reduce Risk of Influenza and COVID-19 Infections and Deaths’ (Nutrients 2020)

  • The world is in the grip of the COVID-19 pandemic. Public health measures that can reduce the risk of infection and death in addition to quarantines are desperately needed. This article reviews the roles of vitamin D in reducing the risk of respiratory tract infections, knowledge about the epidemiology of influenza and COVID-19, and how vitamin D supplementation might be a useful measure to reduce risk. Through several mechanisms, vitamin D can reduce risk of infections. Those mechanisms include inducing cathelicidins and defensins that can lower viral replication rates and reducing concentrations of pro-inflammatory cytokines that produce the inflammation that injures the lining of the lungs, leading to pneumonia, as well as increasing concentrations of anti-inflammatory cytokines. Several observational studies and clinical trials reported that vitamin D supplementation reduced the risk of influenza, whereas others did not. Evidence supporting the role of vitamin D in reducing risk of COVID-19 includes that the outbreak occurred in winter, a time when 25-hydroxyvitamin D (25(OH)D) concentrations are lowest; that the number of cases in the Southern Hemisphere near the end of summer are low; that vitamin D deficiency has been found to contribute to acute respiratory distress syndrome; and that case-fatality rates increase with age and with chronic disease comorbidity, both of which are associated with lower 25(OH)D concentration. To reduce the risk of infection, it is recommended that people at risk of influenza and/or COVID-19 consider taking 10,000 IU/d of vitamin D3 for a few weeks to rapidly raise 25(OH)D concentrations, followed by 5000 IU/d. The goal should be to raise 25(OH)D concentrations above 40-60 ng/mL (100-150 nmol/L). For treatment of people who become infected with COVID-19, higher vitamin D3 doses might be useful. Randomized controlled trials and large population studies should be conducted to evaluate these recommendations.

‘Oxidative Stress and Low Glutathione in Common Ear, Nose, and Throat Conditions: A Systematic Review’ (Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine, 2016)

  • “Oxidative stress and tissue-damaging, oxygen (O2)-related, free-radical formation is inherent in human metabolism, and the tissues of the ear, nose, and throat (ENT) have an increased exposure to injury from those substances. Because glutathione (GSH) is a major component in an antioxidant defense against oxidative damage in ENT tissues, a review of the impact of lowered GSH and oxidative stress in conditions associated with the upper respiratory tract is warranted.”
  • “Many ENT conditions are associated with oxidative stress and decreased GSH, both locally in the affected tissues and systemically. The oxidative stress of those conditions may be related to depletion of GSH.”
  • “A small number of studies have reported clinical benefits from the use of an antioxidant or GSH support” and “no reports of side effects were found related to their use”. 
  • “The findings of benefits and the lack of reports of side effects suggest that the clinical use of antioxidants and support with GSH in ENT conditions may be considered as adjuncts to conventional management.”

Medication-Induced Repigmentation of Gray Hair: A Systematic Review (Skin Appendage Disorders, 2020)

  • “Hair graying is a common sign of aging resulting from complex regulation of melanogenesis.  Currently, there is no medical treatment available for hair repigmentation.”
  • “Diffuse repigmentation of gray hair can be induced by certain medications that inhibit inflammation or stimulate melanogenesis. There is also low-quality evidence that some vitamin B complex supplementation can promote gray hair darkening. While these compounds are not currently indicated for the treatment of gray hair, their mechanisms shed light on targets for future medications for hair repigmentation.”






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