Let’s take a little trip back to 2012, when vitamin infusions were a thing. Everyone from Rihanna to Madonna was being hooked up to IV drips for a quick energy boost. But just as quickly as the trend emerged, it seemed to have disappeared. Until now.
Kendall, 22, apparently had an allergic reaction to the infusion, which landed her in Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Beverly Hills. She made a quick recovery though, and was out in time to attend the Vanity Fair Oscars party later that night.
Although not talked about much anymore, vitamin infusions have clearly had a lasting impact in Hollywood, becoming a standard part of the prep work for celebrities who are about to step out at a big event. So what the hell are they and what do they actually do?
Well, basically it's a quick and intense way to get the most out of your vitamins, through an IV drip. According to website Live Science, people have reported feeling more "alive" after getting a vitamin infusion.
Several vitamin infusion companies have been set up to accommodate people who are fans of getting the good stuff pumped straight into their veins.
But while it may be great for a quick fix, a lot of health professionals are wary, saying it could create an imbalance with your body's natural antibodies.