Hydrate.ME Vitamin Infusions in Bali
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Hydrate.ME

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Hydrate in Bali with Vitamin Infusions

IV Hangover Treatment

900K

This hangover treatment focuses on rehydrating you and giving you a boost of energy.

 

– 1000mL of fluids
– Vitamin B-12 injection
– Pain killers (if needed)
– Anti-nausea tablet (if needed)

 

Time Taken: 40-60 minutes

 

How will this IV help me?

 

When on holiday, you want to look and feel great and minimise the effects of last night party.

We’ve all been hungover in plus 30 degree temperatures, and it’s not fun. That’s why our vitamin infusions are perfect for anyone wanting to detox or increase their wellness and enjoy their Bali vacation to the absolute fullest without having a nasty hangover.

 

One of the main causes of hangovers is from dehydration. This infusion will rehydrate you with 1 litre of saline plus give you a boost of energy thanks to the Vitamin B-12 Methylcobalamin injection.

 

If you had one too many drinks and have that sluggish feeling, request this treatment to get back control of your day.

 

Groups of 5 or more get a 15% discount

 

For when you and your crew have had a big one in Bali. If you and your friends have been out all night living it up in the Bali nightlife, then you might want to give this a try.

 

No longer will either you or one of your friends have to hold everyone back when they’re dealing with a hangover from the night before – when you and your friends enlist the help of iv.me you will all be left feeling reinvigorated and fresh, and you will be ready to experience the beauty of Bali before heading out and doing it all again.

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A Note on the Hydrate.ME Treatment

 

We do not treat any clients whom are intoxicated. IVME Bali reserves the right to reject treatment and charge the full cost to any client found to be intoxicated on arrival.