Vampire Facial | Skin Rejuvenation

Over the years, PRP treatments have become increasingly popular for skin rejuvenation. Also known as a ‘Vampire Facial’ PRP is an advanced treatment that uses your own blood platelets to stimulate new cell growth to improve overall skin quality.

Why Does The Skin Change?

Naturally, as we age, collagen production within the skin begins to slow down. Collagen is a major component that plays a vital role in skin health, it is responsible for strengthening the skin, retaining hydration, and the overall elasticity and condition of the skin. 

As collagen levels begin to deplete within the skin, it can cause the development of fine lines and wrinkles as the skin becomes become drier and loses its volume. Visually, the skin may appear less radiant and lack definition. 

For some, underlying skin conditions such as acne and sun damage can leave permeant scarring on the surface of the skin, which may impact overall self-confidence. 

Whilst ageing, and skin conditions are completely natural, it is normal to strive for a youthful, radiant, and clear complexion for as long as possible to look younger than our chronological age. 

PRP Vampire Facial

PRP or Platelet Rich Plasma therapy is a highly effective treatment for both anti-ageing and overall skin rejuvenation, as the natural components found within the blood can help to tighten and restore lost volume and encourage new collagen production.  PRP as a skin rejuvenation treatment can be used to address: 

  • Fine lines and wrinkles
  • Overall skin tone and laxity
  • Acne scarring
  • Rosacea
  • Complexion 

PRP is considered one of the safest skin rejuvenation treatments on the market because it uses nothing but your own blood, with no additional additives. This means the treatment carries a very low complication or infection rate and is generally suitable for anybody. However, you should always seek a trained medical professional before undergoing any aesthetic treatment to ensure it is suitable for you and is carried out safely in a sterile, medical environment.

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How is PRP Treatment Performed?

The treatment overall takes around 40 minutes to complete. The clinician will first extract blood from your arm, like in a regular blood test. This blood is then placed into a specially designed centrifuge to separate key nutrients found within the blood.  

Human blood is made up of several key nutrients that all play a vital role in supporting overall health and functionality. These nutrients include growth proteins, a yellowish substance known as plasma that carries water and enzymes, and platelets that support coagulation. 

As the blood is spun in the centrifuge, each component is separated from the blood. These components are then collected and injected into the skin. In turn, the body will begin a natural healing process and send newly produced collagen to the injection site to repair the damaged tissue and boost skin cells in the area for further healing. 

PRP After Treatment

Directly after treatment, there is no associated downtime, but you may experience slight bruising, redness, or tenderness around the injection site. For best results, it is recommended that you undergo more than one treatment, but your chosen clinician will advise on the frequency and number of treatments you will require. 

Please be aware that there are some medical conditions for which PRP may not be suitable, including pregnancy, cancer, AIDS, and cardiovascular diseases. A trained professional will be able to advise on this before treatment. 

PRP is a fantastic treatment and one that we have been offering for many years now at our clinic. We both do believe that regenerative medicine is the future of aesthetics and PRP is just that – we wish more people knew about its many benefits. The product we use is Regen PRP produced by Regen Lab which we couldn’t recommend enough. Not only is this product safe and easy to use, but it has also benefited patient goals and outcomes. Five stars!


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