Let’s Talk About IV Hydration Therapy


This weekend several of my blogger girlfriends and I visited the Oasis Hydration Mobile Spa. This is the coolest thing. Oasis Hydration has set up a mobile IV spa that will come to you and deliver nourishing solutions directly into your veins. My friend Chanel discovered Oasis when her family had the flu a few weeks ago. She called and they came to deliver her a hydration treatment at her home.

Chanel set up a spa day for us to receive beauty and skin hydration treatments. This treatment specifically promotes youth, radiance and rejuvenation by helping to maintain healthy hair, skin and nails and neutralize the major causes of aging.

We all hopped in the very luxe van–complete with white leather reclining seats, a fun sound system, and a flat screen with Netflix. Cody, a professional Grady EMT, hooked up our IVs and we let the drip work. It was a pain-free process–a little pinch at the beginning and the end, but overall we sat and relaxed.

The process takes about 30-45 minutes…BUT for some reason all of us had extremely small veins and our drips were slow so it took a bit longer. Each bag is custom mixed, like a little vitamin cocktail, for each specific treatment. The beauty and skin treatment was a mix of biotin, CoQ10, Vitamin C, and B-Complex.

Some of the therapies they offer include: revive and energize, health and immunity, hydrate and restore, strength and recovery, skin and beauty, detox and wellness. Oasis also offers booster shots including: B-Boost, Energy Boost, Collagen Boost, Immune Boost, Slim Boost, and Recovery Boost.

The mobile spa allows the van to come all over Atlanta including hotels, offices, homes. They also host private events.

IV Hydration Therapy is awesome for bachelor/bachelorette parties, sports or race recoveries, girl’s nights, hangovers, sickness and illness, exhaustion, and can even aide in weight loss with proper diet and exercise.

I loved our treatment! My skin feels amazing and glowing today and I feel SO hydrated and almost dewy. I am so so happy we did this and would recommend it to anyone. I really want to try some of the other treatments as well.

You can check out our mobile spa day in my YouTube video below. The process, interview questions with the CEO John Meyer, and our experience is all documented. If you have additional questions you can reach out directly to Oasis! Their number is 404-772-3001 or you can reach out on Instagram. You can also book if you’re in the Atlanta area through those methods or their website– use “ATL INFLUENCER”  for 15% off any treatment.

Have you tried IV Hydration Therapy? What were your thoughts?

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10 Comments

  1. 3.4.19
    Laura said:

    I’ve ALWAYS wanted to try this! I’m just so nervous that the needles would make me feel queasy, was it an easy process for you? I’ve been dying to visit Atlanta as well, I’ve heard nothing but great things about the city! You’re definitely making me want to try an IV drip therapy treatment, why not?! Great post girl!

  2. 3.4.19
    Emily Michelle Fata said:

    I’ve heard such great things about IV hydration therapy! My cousin goes regularly and he swears by it.

  3. 3.4.19

    I’ve seen local bloggers do this and I’m curious about it. Looks amazing.

  4. 3.4.19
    Alix Maza said:

    I’ve heard of it, but have never seen it! SO COOL! Love the mobile spa idea.

  5. 3.4.19

    A mobile spa? I’m terrified of needles but this sounds awesome. 🙂

    Denise | http://theelleaesthetic.com/

  6. 3.5.19

    I’ve only ever had an IV when I gave birth. haha I have always been curious about this so it’s good to know it’s pretty pain-free.

  7. 3.5.19
    Beth Deyo said:

    Eeeekkkkk – I can’t see myself ever doing this! You are far braver than I am, but it DOES sound like a cool treatment!

  8. 3.5.19

    Very cool! I haven’t heard of this. And I admit I thought the title was FOUR Hydration Therapy, as in Roman numeral IV! I laughed when I realized it was an intravenous treatment. 😊

  9. 3.5.19

    This is so interesting! I never even knew this was a thing lol I’m not sure I could do it though. I’m hoooorrible with IV’s! haha

  10. 3.5.19
    Maria@everydaymomsquad.com said:

    This sounds amazing!! Something my sister and I should really do. We are wanting to do a sister weekend during mother’s day, this would be perfect!

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