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What is a Vampire Facelift?

Would you like to rejuvenate your face without surgery?  A vampire facelift may be the solution for you.  The vampire facelift has been touted for its skin renewal benefits because it smooths fine lines and wrinkles and gives the face a more youthful appearance.

What Is A Vampire Facelift?

The vampire facelift is a multi-step facial treatment that rejuvenates the face using a combination of dermal fillers, specifically hyaluronic acid (HA) fillers, and platelet-rich plasma (PRP). 

HA fillers help restore the youthful appearance of the skin by replacing lost facial volume.  HA occurs naturally in the body and provides moisture for the skin, but the body’s production of HA decreases with age.  When HA fillers are injected into the dermis, they lift the skin and restore volume and shape to the face.  

PRP – The Key Ingredient

PRP is the primary ingredient in the vampire facelift and is made from blood taken from the patient.  PRP is a concentration of platelets that is derived by drawing a small amount (few teaspoons) of blood and spinning it in a centrifuge to separate the platelets.   The PRP formula is then injected into the dermal layer of the skin in strategic areas, to reduce wrinkles and folds.  The platelets release growth factors that trigger cell regeneration and boost collagen production and blood supply.

The vampire facelift is a non-surgical procedure that takes 45-60 minutes to perform. 

Benefits Of The Vampire Facelift 

The vampire facelift improves skin tone and texture and restores facial contours. As collagen increases and new, healthy skin emerges, the skin looks smooth, radiant, and more youthful.   

Since a vampire facelift uses the patient’s blood, there is no risk of an allergic reaction to the treatment.  If you are looking to take a few years off your face, the vampire facelift will revitalize your skin and restore a luminous complexion. 

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