Learn everything about Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy or Vampire Facial

By Skin & Hair Academy  |   April 10, 2017

With advancement in technology, newer, more rejuvenating skin treatments are taking over the worlds of dermatology and cosmetology. One of the most popular of the lot today, is Vampire Facial – A colloquial term for Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy.

what is vampire FacialWhat is Vampire Facial?
Initially used for orthopaedic surgery, Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy is now endorsed by celebrities the world over. It involves using the patient’s own blood, hence the nickname ‘Vampire’.
In this procedure, your blood is drawn and the platelets are separated from the red and white blood cells. This platelet-rich plasma is then re-injected into your face.

Here’s how it works:
how vampire facial works

The skin is cleansed and the areas that require treatment are marked
About 2 teaspoons of blood is drawn from your arm
The blood is then subjected to a centrifuge which separates the plasma
This is then injected into strategic areas of the face via a minimally-invasive procedure

You may ask for pain-management treatment like a topical anaesthesia, beforehand

vampire facialWhat happens?
Platelets are little blood cells that promote clotting and as the clot is formed, healing enzymes are released. The therapy encourages production of new collagen, blood vessels and cells, which aids in skin renewal.

Skin problems it targets :
skin problems   - Sun damage
   - Wrinkles & crow’s feet
   - Acne scars
   - Stretch marks
   - Fine lines
   - Dull and rough skin tone and texture

 

benefits of vampire facial

Visible effects
Wondering what the benefits of vampire facial are? You get visibly refreshed skin – It is natural and lasting, however, not permanent.

 

 

How may visits does it take?
platelet rich plasma therapy

For some patients, one sitting works well while others may require a few more, at regular intervals. This is best determined by the doctor himself.
Follow up with self-care – Always use sunscreen of at least 30 SPF. Don’t forget to drink plenty of water and moisturise your face throughout the day to keep your skin hydrated.

Go ahead, feel and look refreshed!


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Its so faminastic iwant to facilitate the male

reply   17 May, 2017
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