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Biotin (B7) is a beauty vitamin that plays an important role in the health of the skin, hair and nerves, as it is one of the most important vitamins in ensuring cell growth and renewal. Also, this vitamin has a beneficial effect on the structure and health of the nails, it prevents the delamination of the nail plate and strengthens and accelerates their growth. Biotin plays an important role in building the structure of keratin - keratin is the main protein responsible for the shine and strength of the skin and hair.
Since vitamin B7 is involved in lipid metabolism, its deficiency increases sebum secretion and, as a result, hair becomes oily, brittle, and its structure becomes thinner. A disorder of fat metabolism causes rashes and peeling of the skin, including dandruff. Biotin is able to produce fatty acids that nourish the skin and help the sebaceous glands to function properly, B7 prevents premature hair loss and graying, helps maintain the normal condition of mucous membranes and is necessary for dry skin.
Biotin is good for everyone, not just those with a deficiency. Biotin is often recommended as a supplement in the form of tablets or capsules, however, in this form it is absorbed in very small quantities, Biotin is completely absorbed in the body only in the form of an intramuscular (gluteal) injection.
There is no set upper limit or level of toxicity for biotin, and even when consumed in high doses, it is completely safe.
The full course can last up to 12 weeks depending on the desired results. We recommend one injection per week for a month, and then, depending on the result, evaluate the need to continue the course. The result can then be maintained with 1 injection every 2-4 weeks.
If botulinum injections have been performed within two weeks, group B vitamins are contraindicated due to the neutralizing effect of botulinum.
In case of dermatitis.