Can a Drip Bag Full of Vitamins Give You Better Hair?

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Can a Drip Bag Full of Vitamins Give You Better Hair?

After booking an appointment online with NutriDrip, a nurse named Isa Bacardi came to my apartment with a backpack filled with supplies, including a telescoping IV pole. She pulled out a bag holding the 60 Minute Cleanse ($349), which contains megadoses of vitamin C, adding a “beauty push” of glutathione. “It gives you glowing skin,” she says. Most of the people she encounters call, saying, “I’m getting the flu,” “I have the flu,” “I just got over the flu.” “Or they have a hangover,” she says....

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House Calls for Hangovers

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House Calls for Hangovers

Great write up in the Wall Street Journal (online and print) 

 

"Isa Bacardi, a chatty nurse in black scrubs and a neat bun, came equipped with all the supplies needed to treat her ailing patient: hydration fluid, IV lines, syringes and assorted vitamin therapies. Her client’s malady?
A raging hangover.
The patient, Sid Roy, booked her visit to his spacious Boerum Hill apartment through the Hangover Club, a Manhattan outfit that charges hard-partying customers $175 to $249 for morning-after relief.... Read More"

 

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