The Vampire Facial® is a non-surgical procedure used to:
It uses a combination of Micro-needling and Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) to stimulate skin tightening and rejuvenation of collagen in the face, skipping the dermal filler part. The procedure starts with topical anesthetics to relieve any pain or discomfort from the procedure. A sample of blood is then collected from the patient and spun in a special centrifuge to help isolate the PRP cells containing many growth factors and healing properties. After which the platelets are then injected back into your skin, especially your deeper lines, to stimulate new collagen and tissue growth using our Micro-needling pen called the SkinPen.
Some patients may get a feeling that resembles a light sunburn in the first 24 hours. However, this procedure has no downtime and patients can resume regular activities the same day.
How often should one get a Vampire Facial®?
Desired results can be achieved in only one visit, but more treatments are often recommended by your medical provider depending on your initial response to your first treatment and your desired result. The most common treatment protocol is once a month for the first three months, and then after this, patients can make additional appointments every twelve months for maintenance and upkeep.
The Vampire Facelift® is actually not a surgical facelift at all, but rather a type of skin treatment using the body’s own natural healing and growth factors that are derived from your own blood (hence the name The Vampire Facelift®), combined with a hyaluronic acid (HA) dermal filler (such as Juvederm and Restylane). It is used to treat areas such as:
The reason we call it a facelift, as opposed to a facial, is that HA filler goes under the skin and lifts the skin away from the skeleton of the skull creating that beautiful natural shape you had as a child, or a teenager, or closer back to that shape by lifting the skin away from the skull. The first step is to inject the hyaluronic acid fillers to help restore volume in the skin. Hyaluronic Acid is a natural substance that can last from 6 months up to one year. The Hyaluronic Acid injections fill the deeper lines and wrinkles, while the PRP helps improve skin tone, texture and fine lines.
After injecting the HA filler, the Platelet Rich Plasma is prepared for the next part of the procedure (for a Vampire Facial®, we would start here). A sample of blood is collected from the patient and then spun in a special centrifuge to help isolate the PRP cells containing many growth factors and healing properties. After which the platelets are then injected back into your skin, especially your deeper lines, to stimulate new collagen and tissue growth. With this procedure you will have noticeable results the same day and they will continue to improve for 12-18 months.
Do You Show Any of These Signs of the Aging Breast?
What Is the Vampire Breast Lift®?
The Vampire Breast Lift® is a non-surgical, no-downtime form of breast rejuvenation that uses your own blood to lift the breast and nipple. This procedure is for women who would like to improve their breast cleavage area as well as lift and tighten the skin along the midline of the chest wall. While women may like the size of their breasts, some would like more pronounced cleavage or more volume at the top of their breasts. The Vampire Breast Lift® helps drastically improve the shape of the breasts without invasive surgery. The aim of the Vampire Breast Lift® is to do what a well-made push up bra would do: provide lift and cleavage.
Good candidates for this procedure are women who are not looking to dramatically change the size of their breasts. This procedure helps give your breasts a more youthful appearance. Many women who choose to have the Vampire Breast Lift® are also ideal candidates for other Vampire Procedures such as the O-Shot®, the Vampire Facelift® or the Vampire Facial®. Most results will last about 12-24 months, depending on individual patients.
What type of results to expect from the Vampire Breast Lift®:
The Vampire Breast Lift® works at the stem cell level, generating new tissue. The procedure brings sensation back into the breast, areola, and nipples.
Many patients are able to see the following results: