How a Vampire Facelift Benefits Your Skin

Can a vampire facelift really rejuvenate your face? The vampire facelift has become massively popular in recent years, and has a large following among celebrities. But despite its popularity, most people still don’t understand how a vampire facelift benefits the skin.

What exactly is the vampire facelift?

The vampire facelift is technically not a facelift; it is a cosmetic procedure that rejuvenates the face using a combination of platelet rich plasma (PRP), and dermal fillers.

How the vampire facelift works

Blood is drawn from the arm of the patient at the start of the procedure. The blood is then spun in a centrifuge at high speed, to separate the red blood cells from the PRP. The PRP is activated using a special formula, after which it is injected into specific areas of the face, where it stimulates new cells as well as collagen.

How a vampire facelift benefits your skin

PRP is regularly used in orthopedic surgery, because its regenerative properties help repair tendons and ligaments. Those same regenerative benefits are used in cosmetics to revitalize the skin cells, and reduce signs of aging such as wrinkles and fine lines.

The growth factors in the PRP trigger a healing response in the skin, which stimulates the growth of new skin cells and collagen. This rejuvenates the skin over time. The vampire facelift also evens skin tone and diminishes surface irregularities. In addition, it boosts circulation which restores the skin’s vibrant color, and leaves it smooth and rejuvenated.

Would you like to restore the natural glow to your face? Search our directory to find a practice in your area, and find out more about the vampire facelift.

If you are in the greater Southwest Missouri area, Derma-Tech Medical Spa, Joplin, MO is our featured practice.

You can reach them at www.derma-tech.com, or by calling (417) 206-4884.

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