What are Biotin injections?
Biotin, also known as vitamin H or vitamin B7, is a water-soluble vitamin of vitamin B group. It is often called the "vitamin for beauty". It is an essential for synthesizing collagen within the body, which is vital for the health of the joints, skin, and nails. Also, biotin is an integral element of enzymes that regulate protein-fat balance and carbohydrate metabolism in the body. Biotin deficiency can cause dry skin, split nails, hair loss, irritability and drowsiness, as well as dry, cracked or brittle skin. Biotin is also essential for those with diabetes or hypoglycemia because it helps stabilize the blood sugar and plays an important role in the creation of glucose.
Each ampoule of Biotin injections contains 2ml of a water-based solution containing 1 mg of active principle. Although this is a quite high concentration, it is completely safe. Biotin is not toxic, has no side effects, and there is no maximum dose for the human body. You can also apply liquid biotin to the hair externally by rubbing it into your scalp, or adding it to shampoos or hair masks.
Active principles: vitamin H (vitamin B7)
Amount: 50 vials * 2 ml * 1 mg
Maker: Fuso Pharmaceutical Industries, Ltd., Osaka, Japan
- acute and chronic eczema,
- childhood eczema,
- contact dermatitis,
- seborrheic eczema,
- acne vulgaris,
- hypoglycemia and diabetes,
- improving skin condition.
How to take
The usual adult dosage is 0.5-2 mg (1 to 4 ml of this medicine) per day for subcutaneous, intramuscular or intravenous injection. Your doctor can adjust the dosage according to your age and symptoms.
Contraindications: pregnant and breastfeeding women should consult with their doctor before use.
If an allergic reaction occurs, patients needs to stop using the medicine and consult with their doctor. If patient is taking any other medication or treatment, they should consult with their doctor in advance.