What is the hype about NAD+ boosters?

If there was a compound that could turn back time, boost energy, improve athletic performance, bring back clarity of thought, reduce inflammation, improve immunity and repair DNA damage - why wouldn’t there be a hype!?

NAD+ (Nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide) is a coenzyme found in all living cells and is essential for optimal health and ageing.

This Vitamin B3 derivative acts as fuel for many key biological processes, such as converting food into energy, repairing damaged DNA, fortifying cells defence systems and setting your bodies circadian rhythm. Unfortunately the amount of NAD+ in our bodies naturally decreases with age, and if you drink coffee or alcohol, eat gluten, take medications or simply live a ‘normal‘ Western lifestyle, your NAD+ may be depleting even more rapidly and your health may start to decline at the very root.

What are the benefits of increasing NAD+?
Boosts energy
Improves brain function
Reduces inflammation
Improves stress response
Supports DNA repair
Improves immune system
Lowers the risk of many chronic diseases
Helps reverse the signs of ageing from inside your body

Other compelling research has shown that supplementing with NAD+ may help you withdraw from addictive substances safely, overcome anxiety and depression, handle acute and chronic stress more effectively, and cope better with PTSD.

What is involved?
A NAD+ booster shot is one intramuscular injection into your arm. It bypasses the digestive system, so is typically tolerated quite well. Some people can experience a hot flush or mild nausea immediately post injection, which typically resolves within 15minutes. It is well worth it, as most people start feeling the good effects the very next day.

Here at SSKIN, your appointment time is 30 minutes and includes exclusive use of The Rose Room, a light refreshment and a delicious cheese platter for you to enjoy.

Price: NAD+ Booster $199 or purchase a Pack of 5 for $800

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