PRP Vampire Facial is a cosmetic treatment that uses platelet-rich plasma (PRP) and micro needling to rejuvenate the skin. This treatment is designed to improve the texture and tone of the skin, reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, and promote collagen production.
What is a Vampire Facial
PRP Vampire Facial involves extracting a small amount of blood from the patient and processing it to extract the PRP. The PRP is then applied to the patient’s face, and micro-needling is performed to create tiny skin punctures, allowing the PRP to penetrate more deeply.
Why are Vampire Facials done?
PRP Vampire Facial is done to improve the appearance and texture of the skin, reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, and promote collagen production. It may also treat acne scars and other types of skin damage.
Who should get a Vampire Facial?
PRP Vampire Facial is suitable for people who want to improve the appearance of their skin and reduce the signs of ageing. It is also appropriate for people who wish to treat acne scars and other skin damage. However, it may not suit people with certain medical or skin conditions.
How long does it take to recover from a Vampire Facial?
Recovery time after PRP Vampire Facial is generally minimal. Patients may experience redness and swelling for a few days after the procedure, but these symptoms typically subside within a week. Patients can usually resume their normal activities immediately after the procedure.
What are the risks and side effects associated with a Vampire Facial?
The risks associated with PRP Vampire Facial are minimal. However, patients may experience some redness, swelling, or bruising at the injection site. In rare cases, infection or allergic reaction may occur.
What to do before the Vampire Facial?
Before the procedure, patients should avoid sun exposure, alcohol, and smoking. They should also inform their doctor of any medications they are taking, including over-the-counter medications and supplements.
What happens during a Vampire Facial?
During the procedure, a small amount of blood is drawn from the patient and processed to extract the PRP. The PRP is then applied to the patient’s face, and micro-needling is performed to create tiny punctures in the skin, allowing the PRP to penetrate more deeply.
What to do after the Vampire Facial?
After the procedure, patients should avoid sun exposure, alcohol, and smoking for at least 24 hours. They should also avoid applying any makeup or skincare products for a few hours after the procedure. Patients should follow their doctor’s instructions for aftercare, including any recommendations for skincare products or treatments.
How much does a Vampire Facial cost?
The cost of PRP Vampire Facial varies depending on the clinic and the location. At Tempus Belgravia, PRP Vampire Facial costs start at £600. However, the final cost may depend on the patient’s needs and the required treatments.