Nobody likes aging especially when it starts to show on your face. Some people also do not like foreign substances injected in their bodies. And this where a vampire facelift with PRP (Platelets Rich Plasma) comes in which is quite popular right now. Don’t worry because no vampire is involved. It is known as a vampire facelift because blood is involved and it is actually your own blood. If you hate blood, then we advise that you don’t look in a mirror during the treatment because it is a bloody process.
What is a Vampire Facelift With PRP?
PRP uses a patient’s own blood to treat various conditions so as to achieve natural healing. It treats conditions such as; sports injuries, chronic tendon injuries, ligament injuries, degenerative joint disease, cartilage and bone injuries and arthritis as well as hair loss.
A vampire facelift with PRP involves a plastic surgeon or dermatologist drawing your own blood usually from the arm and injecting it into your skin through microneedling. Actually it is a very small amount of blood that is used.
This procedure is done by a certified and experienced professional. However before the blood is injected into the skin the platelets are first separated. These platelets are rich in growth factors and when applied to the skin they stimulate a healthy cell turnover. The treatment helps the skin to function optimally by increasing the levels of collagen, elastin and hydrating properties.
The Real Cost of Vampire Facelift With PRP
The procedure usually takes around 20-30 minutes and the price range in UAE ranges from AED 4000 TO AED 6000, but this depends on an individual’s case. The price of the PRP treatment should not be the determining factor but rather the expertise of the doctor, what is being treated and most importantly your satisfaction as a patient.
Benefits of Vampire Facelift With PRP
A vampire facelift can be performed at the comfort of the plastic surgeon’s own office and there is no down time. After the treatment you will most likely experience redness and slight bruising. To avoid skin damage, avoid over-exposure to the sun, and always use a broad spectrum sunscreen.
Warning: It is advisable to skip a vampire facelift with PRP if you have a blood disorder or you take blood thinners.
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