The Drip Bar opened March 6 at 1632 Keller Parkway, Ste. 500, in Keller.

Co-owners Jason and Tasha Jackson said they are excited about offering a full spectrum of vitamin therapy IV infusions to their customers.

Designed to offer quick doses of powerful and well-balanced nutrients and formulas, The Drip Bar uses IV vitamin drips to help clients fight the consequences of chronic illness, address the effects of aging and achieve balanced wellness at a cellular level.

“Healthier cells make healthier cells,” Tasha said.

Unlike other IV treatment facilities, Tasha explained how their establishment has a full lab that enables them to mix vitamins into their drips on-site.

“When drips are premixed they can lose their potency,” Tasha said. “Plus, by having our lab on-site, it ensures total quality control.”

The Jacksons knew they wanted to go into business together for themselves and chose The Drip Bar because it aligned with their lifestyle.

“We wanted to be in the health and wellness industry,” Tasha said. “We both have a history of using IV treatments with great success, so we wanted to help others experience the same thing.”

Tasha said she also relies upon her experience as a health coach, specializing in teaching people about essential oils to help them understand how IV drips can be effective medical treatments.

According to their website, drips include the Powerpack, which features free-radical neutralizing antioxidants and mitochondrial enhancing micronutrients, and the Allstar that contains vitamin C, magnesium, arginine, B-12, B-complex, glutathione and taurine. In addition to IV drips, The Drip Bar also offers halotherapy, an infrared sauna and red light therapy.

According to Tasha, a typical treatment takes between 20-45 minutes. Drips range from $139-$199 per treatment. Memberships and various packages are also available.