How Vampire Facials Use Your Blood to Combat Ageing

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The first time you hear about Vampire Facials, you might imagine something bloody and scary.

While blood takes a great part in performing Vampire facelifts, the procedure is anything but scary or painful.

Vampire Facials represent a safe and effective cosmetic technique that fights various signs of aging. As a non-surgical treatment, blood facials are the finest option for reducing initial or progressed aging symptoms and reviving your skin whilst your ‘own product’, or blood.

As the latest trend in minimally invasive procedures, Vampire facelifts guarantee long-standing skin results, through the use of microneedling and infusing your own platelet-rich plasma.

Otherwise known as a PRP facial, this treatment is a superb and lasting solution that addresses various skin issues, including loss of collagen and elastin, problematic skin texture, and lifeless, saggy skin.

Feeling frustrated with the appearance of your facial skin?

Here is everything to know about Vampire Facials and how the procedure can help fight all of the above.

What Does a Vampire Facial Do?

A PRP, or platelet-rich plasma therapy, works on using your own diffused blood to restore the natural appearance of your skin.

Typically, a plasma facial is performed by a trained physician, who will draw a small amount of blood from your arm. Your blood sample will then be centrifuged to separate the blood products.

Once the platelet cells are extracted, the specialist will mix them with a small amount of plasma, thus achieving a semi-dense combination. As blood platelets are packed in a variety of growth factors, the treatment allows faster healing of the skin whilst simultaneously boosting collagen production.

Once the Vampire facial material is ready, your physician will then inject it against the most affected areas of your face.

Typically, these include problematic surfaces such as wrinkles, aging spots, blemishes, and sun damage, among others. To improve the treatment effects, a blood facial might be enhanced with the use of microneedling to further encourage collagen production.

The results?

A younger, tighter, smoother, and more glowing skin.

What Issues Does the Procedure Address?

A Vampire Facial is basically a time-reversal process for your skin, leading to tighter, more radiant, and supple skin and an overall skin cell restoration.

Regarding its target areas, the procedure mainly helps treat various skin imperfections, including:

  • Acne
  • Aging spots and blemishes
  • Loose neck and décolletage skin
  • Crow’s feet
  • Eleven lines
  • Forehead and glabellar lines
  • Nasolabial folds
  • Melasma
  • Smile lines
  • Surgical scars
  • Timely scarring tissue
  • Marionette lines
  • Sunspots
  • Fine and advanced wrinkles
  • Saggy cheeks and skin
  • Uneven skin tone

Who is a Vampire Facial for?

Vampire facials are a cosmetic procedure fit for patients who want to eliminate initial and progressive signs of aging.

The ideal candidate for this treatment should be in good health, be a non-smoker and non-drinker, not consume corticosteroid meds nor anti-inflammatory medications, such as Voltaren, Mobic, or Nurofen, Moreover, and is not pregnant or breastfeeding.

Aside from these criteria, plasma facials are a suitable non-surgical alternative for all patients who want to improve the overall appearance of their skin and witness prompt and lasting results.

For the best results, our aestheticians might recommend several consecutive Vampire Facial treatments.

Choosing the Best Course of Treatment for You

The best way to determine whether a Vampire Facial is for you is to book a consultation with our team of specialists. This way, we will examine the most ideal plasma treatment for you, and recommend additional sessions, if necessary.

Based on what your skin needs, our physicians will develop a customized treatment plan that guarantees you the best skin results.

In terms of duration and first results, a blood facial can be completed within a couple of hours, whereas you can expect the first results in about three weeks since initial treatment.

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