VAMPIRE FACELIFT: 45 Minutes – No Knives or Cutting – One of the Latest Trends on our quest for Eternal Youth
[picture above: “Towie’s” Ferne McCann – During Vampire Facelift]
THE TRUTH ABOUT THIS FAST YET BLOODY AND PAINFUL PROCEDURE!
Have you heard of the Vampire Facelift, or the Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) procedure? This procedure is performed by extracting blood from another part of the body, usually the arms, and then the blood is injected into the face. Sound a bit freaky? Keep reading…
Here’s how the VAMPIRE FACELIFT works…
First, blood is drawn from your arm. The blood is then spun in a Centrifuge Machine to separate out the platelets (plasma) from the red and white blood cells. Next, the facial begins similar to a normal facial – cleansing, exfoliation, extraction, toning, hydration and nourishment. But then, the bloody and painful part begins!
Your blood platelets are then combined with a filler such as Juvederm or Restylane and injected into your face using a device that has been compared to a dentist drill or an acupuncture needle known as a Dermapen. The feeling has been compared to getting a tattoo.
The “electric microneedle” punctures the skin, creating small channels for the blood mixture to enter. The process stimulated collagen production which causes new skin to be created which helps remove fine lines and wrinkles. Some claim it gets rid of acne scars and shrinks large pores.
Although unproven by researchers and not approved by the FDA, the 45-minute, $1,500 painful Vampire Facial has apparently been accepted in Hollywood. Not only have several stars had this procedure done, but a few years ago, a Vampire Facial Gift Certificate was included in the Academy Awards Swag Bag!
If you decide to try a Vampire Facelift – as with all surgical procedures – it should only be conducted by a licensed professional with proper medical supervision.
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