Have You heard of this Celebrity Skin Treatment?
It’s all about the Blood Facial. Yes, You heard right. One of the top talked about Skin Treatments in Hollywood that requires no downtime and is sure to plump, tighten and give you that glow is still the PRP Facial, otherwise referred to as the Blood Facial or Vampire Facial. In some cases even the Vampire Facelift is called for, but the Vampire Facelift may cause bruising and requires celebrities to hide out for a few days. Ok, so you are confused, let us enlighten you about what this Top Celebrity Skin Treatment is and the differences between the Facial and the Facelift and why you should consider the Vampire Facial or Facelift.
The Vampire Facial requires a simple blood draw and the separation of the patient’s own platelets with the help of a machine called a centrifuge. In non-medical simple terms, Platelet Rich Plasma is found in your own blood and contains important growth factors that stimulate collagen production and aid in healing. Collagen production is essential in skin rejuvenation and a needed component in Anti-Aging. In the case of the Vampire Facial the Blood Platelets are re-introduced to the body via Micro-needling. How? When a patient gets a Micro-Needling Treatment the tiny needles that penetrate the skin of the face cause micro-damage which stimulate elastin fibers and increases collagen production. While the treatment takes place, the Platelet Rich Plasma is applied topically and seeps into the tiny Micro-Holes to speed up the healing process and enhance the results of the Micro-Needling treatment. The latest treatment that incorporates Radio-Frequency and Micro-Needling is called VivaceRF and is ideally combined with the PRP (Vampire Facial).
In the case of a Vampire Facelift the Facial may still take please via Micro-Needling, but is then combined with injections that include the PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma), and also injections of HA Fillers such as Restylane or Juvederm Products into the area of need. Older women and men can greatly benefit of this combination treatment. There is a big confusion on the term Vampire Facial and Vampire Facelift in the non-medical environment and many just repeat the TMZ version of this treatment, versus digging deeper and realizing the effectiveness and also the nature of this treatment and why it actually works.
Clearing up the confusion: The Vampire Facelift and what makes it different from the Vampire Facial!
In the case of the Vampire Facelift the Platelet Rich Plasma injections have to be performed by a Medical Doctor, Nurse Practitioner and in some states by an RN. The injections are often performed in the area below the eyes where the hollows show the signs of aging, also in the lower face (jowls) and most commonly the nasolabial folds. (Smile Lines). Anywhere the patient shows signs of aging and/or scarring the PRP can be injected without side-effects, as it absorbs back into the body and is accepted without reaction.
The HA fillers are also injected in the areas of need, but caution is applied because HA fillers do come with a strict protocol as it relates to the injection sites. This protocol is dictated by the maker of the product and the big players are Galderma and Allergan. The molecule size and cross linking technology in various fillers will determine where in the face the HA Filler can be injected. The need of injections and the area can vary in men and women and also depends on genetics and age.
Does the Vampire Facelift cause bruising?
The Vampire Facelift often causes slight bruising and swelling for a few days. The Vampire Facial on the other hand will give you a slight sunburned feeling for a day or two but will have you stage ready within 24 hours. The temporary edema (swelling) of the Vampire Facial is often loved by thin stars because it causes the skin to plump and the increased volume hides fine lines and wrinkles. So it is not uncommon for celebrities to commit to the Vampire Facial a few days prior to a big performance.
Remember you don’t want to do this without numbing. This Top Celebrity Skin Treatment requires numbing cream and Kim had just found out she was pregnant, so she did not want numbing applied to her skin. Also, remember unless this treatment includes injections of PRP, or HA Fillers it is really called a Vampire Facial not a Vampire Facelift. If you are young and have good skin, a Vampire Facial is often enough and the additional injections may not be needed.
Who made this a Top Celebrity Skin Treatment and why it became FAMOUS?
KIM K allowed the filming of her Vampire Facial in 2013 ( It was often called a Vampire Facelift) AND made the procedure go Viral. Though she claimed it to be the most painful treatment, it would not have been if she ONLY opted for numbing cream.
When did other Celebrities get introduced to the Vampire Facial and the Vampire Facelift?
The Vampire Facelift became a Top Celebrity Skin Treatment in 2014-2015 when a free Vampire Facelift and then the Vampire Breast Lift was enclosed in the Oscar Gift bags
Who invented the Vampire Facial and Vampire Facelift?
Though Dr. Charles Runels gets as much bad press as he does good press one thing is for sure, his providers are located all around the globe and the Blood Treatments have been a global success and growing daily, since 2013. Critics claim he is not a real doctor. They are wrong, he is not only a real physician, but also a successful scientist that has a proven track record of creating treatments that have helped hundreds of thousands of people all over the world.
Is the Vampire Facial worth it for women and men looking for Facial Rejuvenation?
Yes, this Celebrity Skin Treatment is worth it, as it lasts up to 18-months on average.
Why You should consider this Celebrity Skin Treatment with us in Hendersonville, TN?
Skinworks Wellness & Aesthetics is an authorized provider of the Vampire Procedures which include the O-Shot, the P-Shot and the Vampire Facial and Facelift.
We focus on Medical Spa Treatments that are minimally invasive and non-surgical in nature. We belief that we can achieve Natural Beauty and Anti-Aging with the latest nonsurgical methods and the expertise of our Medical Professionals.