Is this the ultimate hangover cure?

6 April 2016

Hangover

After a night of heavy drinking, most of us nurse our hangovers by nabbing a few more hours sleep or indulging in a fry up. But the latest fashionable hangover remedy to hit the UK is an IV drip of vitamins.

Previously a luxury reserved for celebrities like Cara Delevigne and Rihanna, this new quick-fix cure for the morning after the night before is now available to the rest of us – well, the portion of the population who can spare £199 a pop!

The treatments, available at Reviv Wellness Spa, deliver vitamins and ‘wellness’ agents, which they claim give you 100 per cent of the benefits compared to 55 per cent you get from vitamin and hydration tablets.

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