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Vitamin therapy business to open in Reston’s Home Depot Center

A new vitamin drip therapy business is opening soon in Reston (via Google Maps)

A new vitamin therapy business is coming soon to Reston.

The DRIPBaR, a business that relies on intravenous therapy and boosting cellular health with IV drips, is opening in the Home Depot Center (1675 Reston Parkway), according to Renauld Consulting.

The lease was signed for a 1,000-square-foot space at the center, according to the commercial real estate firm.

Customers who make appointments can select specific “drips,” which take between 20 minutes to one hour to administer.

Options include “lifestyle” drips that reportedly target vitamins and nutrition to cells, “health support” drips that the company says are engineered to help the body heal, and “IM” shots that include full vitamin infusion.

The company also offers other services like botox, red light therapy and hydrafacials. Drips are made to order and not premixed, according to the website.

Dripbar has multiple locations in Virginia, including Charlottesville, Richmond and Virginia Beach. There are also other locations throughout the country.

The company did not return multiple requests for comment from FFXnow.

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