Vampire lift – what is it and is it worth using?
It is effective in dealing with wrinkles as well as a dull, dull complexion. Moreover, it is recommended for treating baldness and thickening hair. It regenerates, nourishes and makes us look rested! What is it? A vampire facelift!
A vampire facelift sounds scary, but this treatment can have many benefits for our beauty. It helps regenerate facial skin, reduces wrinkles, and is an effective anti-aging treatment. What is more, it is recommended to all those who suffer from excessive hair loss or baldness.
Vampire lift – what is it?
A vampire facelift is actually a needle mesotherapy that uses platelet rich plasma. The latter is obtained from the patient’s blood, which is made possible by centrifuging it in a special device. Plasma is a wealth of cells and peptides that stimulate the body to cell division, stimulate fibroblasts to create new collagen fibers, and activate stem cells and skin regeneration processes. As a result, the skin is well supplied with blood, nourished and visibly rejuvenated.
For whom is vampire facelift?
The treatment is recommended to all those who want to improve their appearance, look younger and reduce existing wrinkles. Platelet rich plasma is an ideal alternative to botox, which many women are afraid of because the effect is not very natural. A vampire facelift can smooth or eliminate wrinkles around the eyes or mouth and improve skin firmness, density, and vitality. Needle mesotherapy with plasma is also recommended for people who struggle with acne scars, as well as cellulite or stretch marks.
Vampire lifting is also great for people who are struggling with excessive hair loss or baldness. Thanks to peptides, plasma not only improves blood circulation but also stimulates hair bulbs to grow and strengthens the existing ones. It is worth mentioning that both women and men willingly use the treatment.
How does the treatment look like?
The doctor draws blood from the patient and then places the tube in a special device, the so-called horizontal centrifuge. Its task is to separate red blood cells from plasma. To the sample obtained, the doctor adds calcium chloride or thrombin, which activate the blood cells to produce cytokines (proteins that affect cell growth). The doctor then uses a needle to inject selected sections of skin or the entire face.
Are there any contraindications?
Like other aesthetic medicine procedures, this one has some contraindications. These include:
- blood diseases,
- skin infections,
- pregnancy and breastfeeding
- cancerous diseases.