A vampire facial might sound strange, but don’t let its name scare you away. This revolutionary treatment uses the most advanced technologies that fight aging and diminish scars and flaws while restoring a glowing, fresh, younger looking face — with little to no discomfort or downtime.
What happens during a vampire facial?
Dr. Siegel takes a teaspoon of the patient’s own blood from the arm and processes it in a special machine that separates the platelet-rich plasma (PRP). PRP contains special growth factors that work to rejuvenate the skin and encourage it to produce more collagen and elastin. This gives skin a firmer, smoother, and supple look and feel. Then, the skin is numbed and derma micro needling is used in conjunction with an application of the PRP on the face. While the Dermapen stimulates the skin’s natural healing process with tiny injuries, it also enables the PRP to deeply penetrate the skin. The PRP’s growth factors nourish the skin’s cells with the body’s own natural healing mechanisms.
What should I expect after a vampire facial?
Some patients experience minor swelling and redness that subsides quickly. Most patients report little to no discomfort and no downtime needed. Results may be visible within a few days, will full results appearing within 4 weeks. The vampire facial results can last several months, and we’re confident you’ll be thrilled with your own “before and after” transformation! What you’ll see is a dramatic boost in youthfulness and correction of skin concerns, while making you look fresh and glowing. The vampire facial has the ability to reduce or eliminate the appearance of acne scars, imperfections, dull color, rough texture, wrinkles, and other signs of aging.
Is micro needling safe?
When done by an experienced facial plastic surgeon, the Dermapen is extremely safe and offers numerous benefits. The Dermapen uses disposable tips, so there’s no need to worry about getting a clean, sterile treatment with each patient. And, the gentle yet effective action of the tiny needles offers just enough to stimulate the skin’s repair process without unnecessary pain or damage.