Forget pills -- REVIV wants you to get your vitamins via IV.
The three-year-old Miami-based company recently expanded to New York City. Since December, it has been offering nutrient-seeking New Yorkers its at-home concierge service, and starting this week, you can find its in-spa clinic at Fluid Water Therapy (22 E. 21st St.).
The company's IV infusions and energy booster shots are popular among athletes and models looking for an energy boost -- Chrissy Teigen recently posted a photo of herself getting an IV infusion on Instagram. The treatments can help relieve dehydration -- its Las Vegas location does swift business helping people recover from hangovers -- as well as be incorporated into a person's wellness regimen to combat vitamin and mineral deficiencies.
"We want to make medicine fun," says REVIV co-owner German Kaupert. "It's a choose your own adventure."
REVIV offers five IV infusions administered by a nurse. The most popular, Megaboost, includes multivitamins, antioxidants and immunity support. There's also Ultraviv, a recovery infusion that includes B-12, anti-nausea and anti-inflammatory meds -- ideal for someone suffering from food poisoning, for instance; Hydromax, a hydration infusion that flushes out lactic acid and toxins -- good for athletes; Vitaglow, an anti-aging infusion that offers a high dose of the antioxidant glutathione; and Royal Flush, which is like the Megaboost and Ultraviv combined. IV treatments take about 30 minutes and cost $99 to $219.
Clients can also choose from three booster shots: the energy booster B-12, its most popular; Slimboost, an energy booster that also helps increase your metabolism; and Glutathione, a booster shot of the antioxidant. All shots are administered in seconds and cost $29 to $39.
There is an extra travel fee of $150 for at-home treatments.
For more, call 212-470-8557 or visit revivme.com.