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The med spa atmosphere creates a relaxing experience | Photo by the RALtoday team

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Hey Raleigh, Rachel here. 👋 I recently stopped by Hydrate Medical’s new location in Cary (2024 Renaissance Park Place, Unit 2024), which opened in early December, to get an IV hydration treatment. Here’s how it went.

What we tried (with pricing):

IV hydration treatments (aka drips) are used to help boost the immune system and combat hangovers, fight jet lag fatigue, help athletes recover + more. There are a number of different drips to choose from when you get a treatment.

Pro tip: Treatments range from $79-179, and new customers can get their First Time Drip for $79.

As a first-timer, I worked with the Hydrate Medical team to see what would work for me. I decided to try the Hydrate Super Immune Boost treatment ($179) to make sure I felt my best while traveling for the holidays. Immediately after my IV drip, I felt more alert and relaxed. In the following days, I found I slept better leaving me more energized throughout the day. The Hydrate Medical team can help determine which treatment best fits you + your health goals.

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A Hydrate Medical team member preparing a drip | Photo by the RALtoday team

What not to miss:

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The experience was relaxing (even for someone who isn’t the biggest fan of needles) | Photo by the RALtoday team

Convenience. A treatment takes ~1 hour from the time you walk in and out of the door. (Read: you can schedule a drip during your lunch break.) While walk-ins are welcome, Hydrate Medical recommends making an appointment.

Can’t make it to the med spa? For an additional fee, the Hydrate Medical team will come to you for a treatment. This is a great option for anyone with a party or wedding where you need a boost beforehand or a drip to help you combat a hangover.

What we’re still talking about:

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Schedule a drip with a friend | Photo by the RALtoday team

The experience was very relaxing (even for someone who isn’t the biggest fan of needles). Each room at Hydrate Medical was designed to feel like a soothing, spa-like experience.

Bonus: Some rooms feature TVs or speakers for music, so you can choose the environment that makes you feel the most comfortable during a treatment.

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The group room at Hydrate Medical | Photo by the RALtoday team

Fun fact: You don’t have to get a treatment by yourself. Hydrate Medical’s group room fits up to 7 people, so you can re-hydrate while chilling with your friends.

How you can experience this:

Schedule an appointment at the new clinic in Cary (or one of the five other locations across NC + SC). 💧

Things to know if you go:

  • Experience: Get an IV hydration treatment at Hydrate Medical
  • Price: $79+
  • Website: https://cary.hydratemedical.com/
  • Address: 2024 Renaissance Park Place, Unit 2024, Cary, NC
  • Hours: Mon.-Thurs. 10 a.m.-6:00 pm; Fri.-Sun. 10 a.m.-3 p.m.; After-hour appointments available by appointment only
  • Social: Facebook | Instagram*
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