Biotin and B12 shots are both injectable supplements that are commonly used for their potential benefits for skin health.

B12 shots are injections that contain a high dose of vitamin B12 and are often used to treat deficiencies in this vitamin and help support weight loss and metabolic functions. You may also see potential benefits for skin health, including reducing the appearance of acne and improving the overall complexion.

Like B12, Biotin is an essential nutrient that supports the body’s natural regenerative processes and promotes overall wellness. With Biotin shots, the nutrient enters directly into the bloodstream and helps address hair thinning, brittle nails, or lackluster skin.

WHO IS B12 and Biotin Shots FOR?

While everyone can benefit from B12 and Biotin shots, this treatment may help treat: 

  • People with hair loss or brittle nails
  • Those who want to improve their energy levels and cognitive function
  • People with digestive disorders that affect nutrient absorption, such as Crohn’s disease or celiac disease
  • Those with skin conditions such as psoriasis or eczema
  • People looking to support healthy aging and skin health.
  • People who want to accelerate weight loss and metabolism. 


Whether you want to improve your health, incorporate more self-care, or prepare for a big event, book an initial consultation to discuss how Kalon Skin Lab can help you.


Frequently Asked Questions

What is B12, and why is it important?

B12 is a water-soluble vitamin that plays a vital role in the body’s production of red blood cells and DNA. It also helps maintain the nervous system and supports brain function. A deficiency in B12 can lead to fatigue, weakness, and anemia.

What is Biotin, and why is it important?

Biotin is a B vitamin that supports healthy hair, skin, and nails. It also plays a role in the metabolism of carbohydrates, fats, and proteins, making it essential for energy production. A biotin deficiency can lead to thinning hair, brittle nails, and skin rashes.

How often should I get B12 + Biotin shots?

The frequency depends on the individual’s health status and the specific dose prescribed by a medical professional. Some individuals may require shots weekly, while others only need them once a month.