Sasayuri Health Clinic


About vitamin treatment

I recommend this hotel

Stains and freckles are noticeable

Acne keeps recurring

I am concerned about dullness of my skin.

What is vitamin treatment?

Our bodies are filled with vitamin A from birth. However, it is destroyed by the UV rays we are exposed to every day and slowly becomes depleted. Our clinic’s “vitamin treatment” delivers several types of vitamins, mainly “vitamin A” and “vitamin C,” deep into the skin by iontophoresis using a weak electric current. Its penetration power is 50 to 60 times that of normal application. There are various skin problems that cannot be improved with self-care alone. “Vitamin treatment” leads to healthy skin

Features of vitamin treatment

Intensive penetration of “vitamin A”, which restores skin damage, and “vitamin C”, which removes active oxygen and has a high whitening effect.


It improves skin problems such as age spots and dullness, which are mainly caused by ultraviolet rays, and keeps your skin naturally beautiful and healthy.


Since ions are introduced while the lid is covered with an alginate mask rich in seaweed minerals, it is not only effective for whitening, but also perfect for those with dry skin. It is also recommended for skin immediately after laser or peeling treatments.

About fees

vitamin treatment

cool vitamin treatment

¥5,500 (tax included) once

double vitamin treatment

1 time ¥11,000 (tax included)


● About risks and side effects

・Redness and stinging may occur for about 2 to 3 days.

・The stain will become darker for about 1 week to 10 days.

・If you have melasma, it may become darker.

・May cause pigmentation or burns.


● The following people cannot receive treatment.

・Women who are pregnant, may become pregnant, or are breastfeeding

・Persons with photoallergy (photosensitivity) ・Taking medication to increase photosensitivity

・Those who use it externally

・Those who are severely sunburned

・Persons with skin wounds or skin diseases

・For those with true keloid

・Persons with serious chronic illnesses such as heart disease or diabetes

・Persons with an untreated active infection

・Persons with a history of epileptic seizures

・Others who are deemed inappropriate by a doctor