Q&As on Vampire Facial

1) What is a vampire facial?

Vampire facial is a skincare procedure where blood taken from the client is prepared and the platelet rich plasma is injected into the dermal layer of facial skin, sometimes may be combined with ,microneedling.as a face pack. This is believed to have wonderful effects on the skin by improving the skin tone, texture, open pores, and making it radiant.

2) What are the advantages of a vampire facial?

This cosmetic treatment helps in improving the skin tone and also the texture of the skin. It also leads to an increase in the production of collagen, which is an important component that maintains skin elasticity. This facial helps people who have scars or other marks on the face since it is beneficial for cell regeneration. Vampire facial also helps in retaining moisture in the facial skin. You can see your wrinkles reduced considerably after a vampire facial. The skin also becomes tight and firm after this facial. This eliminates the necessity for any invasive facial procedure in most cases.

3) How long are the results of a vampire facial expected to last?

To determine the longevity of the results of this facial, your age, lifestyle and the number of refilling sessions you had are important. The vampire facial can last anywhere between 6 months to 1.5 years. When your face has more blemishes that need correction, the number of treatment sessions you need would be more. The results of a vampire facial are not permanent and the ageing symptoms like wrinkles and fine lines appear again. After a session, the improvements begin to appear in about two or three weeks.

4) Am I the right person to get a vampire facial?

Vampire facial is considered to be one of the best methods to effectively improve facial skin tone. If you have any signs or conditions like hyperpigmentation, wrinkles, uneven skin tone, scars, sagging skin, etc. you can get a vampire facial to correct these. This treatment involves platelet rich plasma injections and it is not suitable to be given to persons with active infection. Also, if you are suffering from anaemia, this injection is not recommended. As with any other cosmetic treatment, vampire facial should also be avoided if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.

5) What is the process involved in a vampire facial?

The dermatologist cleanses the skin before starting the treatment. A topical anaesthetic cream is applied to numb the area. 
After this, the doctor draws blood from the arm. The blood that has been drawn is placed in a centrifuge to separate platelets and plasma.
Microneedling is done where fine needles are used to pierce the skin. These are not painful as they do not go deep into the skin. 
The protein-rich plasma (PRP) is then applied to the skin. This is to remain on the skin for a day. Mild irritation or burning sensation is common for a few days after treatment.

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