The Vampire Facelift® uses platelet-rich plasma to initiate repair and rejuvenation of tired, damaged skin. Unipotent stem cells found inside the plasma are found in every part of the body and play a key role in repairing damaged tissue. These stem cells stimulate cellular growth, including, generation of new skin cells for younger looking skin. When injected to specific areas of the face, the stems cells revive the tired and aged tissue as well as lift and restore facial volume. The facelift requires no surgery, no downtime, and maintains a natural, yet youthful appearance. The Vampire Facelift truly takes cosmetic rejuvenation to a whole new level.
The Vampire Facelift is a proprietary procedure that combines hyaluronic acid (HA) fillers and platelet-rich plasma to deliver a lasting natural, youthful appearance for men and women.
The Vampire Facial is the leading organic, all-natural facial. The treatment uses platelet-rich plasma sourced from your own blood to enhance the youthful glow of the skin and rejuvenating tired, worn tissues of the face and neck. Patients, like reality star Kim Kardashian, report enjoying a youthful, dewy glow for months following the procedure. There is no need for surgery or a lengthy office visit to enjoy the beauty rewards of the Vampire Facial.
For this procedure, a tiny electric micro-needle, containing approximately 10 to 12 pins is moved over the entire face, pulsing at a rapid rate and creating tiny dermal wounds. Then extracted platelet-rich plasma is then smoothed over the patient’s entire face and neck and left to seep into the skin through the tiny “wounds.” The tiny wounds activate the stem cells, healing and repairing damaged skin. Over the next several week, the stem cells go to work and the results emerge, including:
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