Vampire Facial: Platelet Rich Plasma Treatment (PRP)

The “Vampire Facial” as it is most commonly known as is called a Platelet Rich Plasma treatment (PRP). PRP is the most innovative way to rejuvenate skin back to its youthful state by using one’s own nutrient-derived plasma withdrawn and added back in to the areas of either face, neck, décolleté or body (stretch marked areas). An individual’s plasma contains over 8 essential growth factors and proteins that skin needs in order to provide a healthy treatment response and completely rejuvenated results.


Who is a Candidate for the “Vampire Facial”?

PRP is safe and effective for all skin types and concerns. The most common candidates are those concerned with acne scars, hyper-pigmentation, melasma, wrinkles, fine lines, uneven texture and tone, stretch marks, and much more.


Popular procedure among the hottest celebs in Hollywood

Popular procedure among the hottest celebs in Hollywood

What is the Healing Time for this Type of Procedure?

PRP varies per client on the healing time. The first 24 hours are the most crucial to keep the plasma remaining on the skin until post instructions tell you it is safe to begin washing the skin and proceeding with a post-treatment lotion (products always available for purchase). Usually a treatment takes approximately two weeks for everything to feel back to normal and a regular regime may be continued after a follow-up with the clinic. Each individual client varies and thorough explanation is completed before and after the treatment so clients know what to expect and how to follow proper post care.


How Many Treatments are Required?

Treatment requirements may vary based on the individual and what the desired outcome is to be achieved. During the initial consultation, the assessment will include how many treatments should be completed and the timing between each one. Maintenance is always encouraged yearly to maintain optimal results with time. Individual pricing as well as package pricing is provided during the consultation.