What is a Vampire Facelift®? The Vampire Facelift®, sometimes incorrectly called a Vampire facial, is a non-surgical facelift procedure that lifts the lines of your face, restores the fullness of youth, and brightens skin tone, all at the same time. Wondering how this aesthetic treatment got this name? It’s because your own blood is used as part of this enhancement procedure.
As a person ages, it’s typical for his or her face to change shape. Cheeks can lose their fullness, and deep grooves may appear on either side of the nose. The face may take on a haggard or weathered look. The Vampire Facelift ® provides a solution for these age-related changes.
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Some differences will be immediately visible, but more improvements will develop over the next few months as these vigorous, healing cells do their work. Skip the surgery, incisions, and heavy anesthetics of a conventional facelift. Forget about being out of circulation for weeks while a conventional facelift heals.
The healing time for a Vampire Facelift® is minimal. Some people go out in public the same day they receive the procedure.
How Does The Vampire Facelift® Work?
There are three steps to this procedure. All three steps are guided by the exact specifications that were developed and tested by the inventor of this process.
- Step 1 – Filler Injections
A hyaluronic acid-based filler (like Restylane® or Juvéderm®) is injected precisely in target areas to help sculpt a younger appearing, yet natural-looking face. While injecting filler, our expert team considers the mathematics of beauty as defined by much research to avoid creating an unnatural shape. Campbell Health Center takes time to understand your desired results before any injections so that we share a common focus.
- Step 2 – Platelet-Rich Plasma
After using injectable fillers to achieve a more youthful appearance, we will perform a standard blood draw (approximately 2 teaspoons). Your blood will be run through a centrifuge to separate and isolate Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP), that is also known as growth factors which have been identified to help heal damaged tissue. These growth factors have been known to work to cause increased collagen and improved blood flow to the tissue. They are derived from the amniotic tissues of a living human donor and injected into the injured area to repair tissue and reduce inflammation.
- Step 3 – PRP Injections
Once we have isolated the PRP created from the previous step, our team will then strategically administer it to key areas using a small needle. These growth factors then activate multipotent cells already in the skin, enabling them to generate newer and younger tissue.
Learn more about the enhancements available to you from a Vampire Facelift®. Call our office and ask how you can schedule a free consultation on this remarkable procedure.