The Vampire Facelift®, or microneedling with platelet-rich plasma (PRP), is a cosmetic procedure that will leave you looking younger. The Vampire Facelift will encourage your skin to create new collagen on a profound level. Unlike microneedling, the Vampire Facelift delivers more profound results for areas requiring extensive correction.
First, a small amount of blood is drawn from your arm. Next, we extract the PRP to be used in your procedure. Your trained practitioner at Esthetic Solutions Med Spa uses the SkinStylus®, a medical-grade, FDA-approved microneedle device. The SkinStylus produces a more refined result and greater comfort during the procedure. The growth factors from the PRP are then "painted" into the micro-punctures and soaked into the tissue for further tightening and skin regeneration. The skin tightens, the complexion starts to shine, fine lines soften, and scaring flattens, resulting in a glowing, gorgeous, youthful, and natural outcome.
After undergoing a vampire facelift, it is possible to experience some facial redness. However, it is important to note that this procedure is noninvasive and requires minimal downtime. It is advisable to refrain from touching your face for a few hours following the procedure. If your doctor approves, you can use an ice pack or take Tylenol to reduce swelling and alleviate any discomfort.
Immediate plumping results can be observed from the filler used in the facelift, while the radiant and even complexion resulting from PRP (platelet-rich plasma) will become apparent within 2 to 3 weeks. It is important to note that the effects of the procedure are not permanent and typically last for about 1 year, with some cases showing results for up to 18 months.
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How should I prepare for my treatment?
Please arrive makeup-free with clean skin.
Is the Vampire Facelift safe?
Receiving this treatment is considered the safest procedure because it uses your own blood.
How long is recovery?
Recovery will take about 3 days. Within the first 24 hours, you will see some redness followed by slight swelling over the next 48–72 hours.