Vampire Facial x 1 session
Platelet Rich Plasma Facial/ Vampire Facial
- 1 hr1 hour
- 499 Australian dollarsA$499
- Military Road
If you’re considering getting a vampire facelift, here’s what you should know. What exactly is PRP? We all have platelets in our blood. PRP is 3-step procedure that involves having your blood: 1. Drawn from your arm 2. Placed into a machine that separates the platelets from the rest of your blood 3. Re-injected into you (only the part of your blood that contains a high concentration of platelets). In dermatology, PRP is being tested as a possible treatment for hair loss. PRP may also speed up wound healing. A few dermatologists are using PRP to give patients younger-looking skin. If you have PRP to treat signs of aging on your skin, here’s what to expect: 1. Blood drawn: You would have a small amount of blood (about 2 to 4 tablespoons) drawn from your arm. 2. Blood taken to lab: The test tube containing your blood would be placed in a medical device called a centrifuge, which separates your blood into layers. One of these layers contains a high concentration of platelets. 3. Blood injected: Your dermatologist injects the blood that contains the high concentration of platelets into your face or scalp, using a syringe or microneedling (device that looks like a lint roller with tiny needles sticking out of it). To give you immediate results, your dermatologist may also inject a filler. The entire procedure takes about 45 minutes to one hour. While PRP may sound like something straight out of a science-fiction novel, some patients are finding that PRP can: Reduce wrinkles Plump up sagging skin Get rid of deep creases Improve one’s complexion Diminish acne scars Another perk: There’s little to no downtime.
65 Military Road, Neutral Bay NSW, Australia