It's all the rage with celebrities and pro athletes and has been for some time. Now it's become more mainstream.
A chic spot in Old Town Scottsdale -- who wouldn't like a chair massage, an iPad and an I-V?
"The concept was to take a treatment that has been in use for quite some time with a lot of success and bring it mainstream.. let people know it's an option for them," said Shirley Kelly, R.N.
The Drip Room has had quick social media success and its clientele is growing. Its mission is to help keep people healthy.
"Once they fill out their health history, we'll go over it with them, check their heart and lungs, make sure they don't have any complications with getting an I-V treatment, make sure it's safe for everyone," said Dr. Brent Cameron.
"It's a different combination of vitamins, minerals, trace elements depending on the weight loss one, for example, we'll add some fat burners.. and they're all natural," said Kelly.
One of the options here is an oxygen bar. You sit here for about 20 minutes -- I took in a little lemon grass.
The experience -- new. The vitamins, according to Kelly and Cameron, are better than any pill you could swallow.
When you take an oral vitamin, we worry about a lot of factors. What form the pill is in.. different forms of vitamins aren't all created equally, you can't absorb them all equally," said Cameron.
The Drip Room also has an I-V cocktail geared towards curing a hangover.