Vampire Facelift

The vampire facelift is a procedure that creates the youthful, rejuvenating effects of a facelift without an actual surgery. Instead, the vampire facelift gets its name because it incorporates PRP extracted from blood which is then mixed with different dermal fillers to give patients a refreshed look.

at-a-glance

Vampire Facelift

avg. recovery
5 days
permanence
Temporary
application
Injected
surgical
No
cost
$1500 - $2500

About the Procedure

The vampire facelift creates a youthful and rejuvenated appearance to the skin, smoothing out fine lines and wrinkles. By using healing and growth properties housed inside your own blood alongside a dermal filler, patients will enjoy a more youthful, tighter skin appearance. A vampire facelift ranges in cost from $1500- $2500. The key ingredient derived from the patient’s blood that forms the basis of the vampire facelift is a platelet-rich fibrin matrix. This property, when mixed with other ingredients, can create a natural serum that boosts collagen production, blood supply and can aid in triggering skin regrowth and fatty tissue regeneration. The procedure begins by collecting a small amount of blood from the patient’s arm. The platelet-rich plasma, or PRP, is then separated through use of a centrifuge. Then the PRP is combined with hyaluronic acid based dermal fillers like Restylane or Juvederm to create the platelet-rich fibrin matrix or PRFM. The patient’s face is then numbed through the use of a topical cream and then the gel is injected directly into multiple areas of the face.

The goal of a vampire facelift is to achieve healthy, youthful, and rejuvenated skin, during a quick procedure that does not require surgery.

Recovery Notes

Recovery after a vampire facelift is minimal and shouldn't last longer than 72 hours. Most patients will experience some degree of itching, redness or swelling. Skin may flake or peel but do not pick at these areas as it may cause scarring. To ensure proper healing, limit exercise for the first week and drink plenty of water.

Ideal Candidate

The ideal candidate for a vampire facelift is middle aged with fine to moderate lines around the mouth, eyes, nose, and lips and volume loss in the face.

Not Recommended For

A vampire facelift is not recommended for candidates with more severe signs of aging who would better benefit from surgical treatment.

Side Effects

Side effects from a vampire facelift may include redness around the injection site and minimal bruising.

Pros
  • Noninvasive
  • Quick procedure
  • Younger looking skin
Cons
  • Temporary
  • Multiple treatments
  • Limited Results

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