Platelet Rich Plasma, often known as PRP (Vampire Facelift), is a relatively recent dermatological procedure for combating collagen loss caused by ageing and UV damage. It is a form of natural therapy that can revive and restore the young shine of your facial skin.
A blood draw is required, which is filtered and isolated before being injected into the treatment area. The operation takes around 30 minutes. It contains platelet-derived highly activated growth factors, which are important for blood vessel and wound healing. It can expedite healing and enhance the appearance of the skin when used alone, through direct injection into lines and wrinkles on the face, or in combination with other modalities such as micro-needling or laser.
What is PRP/Vampire Facial?
Platelet-rich plasma (Vampire Facelift) is a concentrated serum created from your own blood, often known as autologous plasma. Blood is collected from your arm and spun in a centrifuge to separate platelets and other components that drive cell growth. The growth factors in PRP improve your body’s natural cell regeneration process when injected. Regenerative therapy is a term used to describe this process.
What are the advantages of getting a PRP facial?
PRP has a number of advantages since it stimulates the formation of collagen and other proteins within skin cells.
- Wrinkles and fine lines are smoothed out
- Scars, sun damage, and dark spots can all be improved.
- Increasing the volume and elasticity of your skin
- Increasing the brightness of your overall appearance
Who should not get VAMPIRE FACIAL?
You should be a candidate for PRP (Vampire Facelift) treatments if you’re in generally good health. If you have any of the following medical disorders that impact your blood, regenerative therapy may not be suited for you:
- Hepatitis C
- Any sort of malignancy of the blood
- AIDS (Human Immunodeficiency Virus)
You’re probably not a candidate for PRP therapy if you have a cardiovascular problem that necessitates the use of blood thinners.