Vampire (PRP) Facial

Vampire (PRP) Facial

Vampire (PRP) Facial

WHAT IS IT:
Regardless of its growing popularity among top celebrities such as Kim Kardashian, Keira Maguire, and many more, the Vampire Facial treatment uses your blood because it contains Platelet Rich Plasma (“PRP”) which is used to rejuvenate your face and neck.


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BENEFITS

Long Lasting Results
Long Lasting Results
Helps to reduce fine lines and wrinkles
Helps to reduce fine lines and wrinkles
Safety First
Safety First
Bye Bye Scars!
Bye Bye Scars!
No Risk of Contamination
No Risk of Contamination
Helps to reduce sun damage
Helps to reduce sun damage

WHY BLOOD?

"Vampire" skin treatment uses your blood because it contains Platelet Rich Plasma (“PRP”) which is used to rejuvenate your face and neck.


WHAT IS PRP  (Platelet Rich Plasma)?

Plasma is the internal essence of your own blood that contains life-sustaining proteins and eight growth factors essential to healthy, beautiful skin. PRP treatments increase the flow of blood supply to the skin, helping to restore the flow of vital nutrients and bring out a daily glow. This cutting-edge, revolutionary treatment will take you back in time to a younger, fresher, healthier skin. Plasma is rich in growth factors, which essentially act as an energy booster for our skin. This allows our skin to function at its peak, improving everything from collagen to elastin, while at the same time providing antioxidant and hydrating properties. PRP is now commonly used topically as part of a regular facial, used along with micro-needling, to enhance penetration into the skin, and is even being injected into the skin in the same manner as dermal fillers.

THE VAMPIRE AESTHETIC PROCEDURE

4 SIMPLE STEPS TO YOUR IMPROVED SKIN.

1. A small amount of blood from your arm is safely and professionally drawn.

2. The drawn blood is then set into our medical-grade centrifuge, which allows the red and white blood cells to be separated from your blood plasma.

3. That same plasma is then extracted and gently applied topically on the desired area of treatment.

4. Once the plasma is set, it is further applied into the skin through a procedure known as micro-needling which creates micro-sized punctures in the skin, temporarily opening up your pores.