The vampire facial is known for providing a radiant complexion and dewy skin, but there has been some negative publicity around it in recent months. So it’s not surprising that people are now asking – Are vampire facials safe.
What is a vampire facial?
A vampire facial is a combination of platelet-rich-plasma (PRP) therapy and microneedling. It can tighten the skin, reduce fine lines and wrinkles, and improve the overall tone and texture of the skin.
What’s involved in a vampire facial?
A vampire facial involves injecting the patient’s own platelets into the face in order to improve the complexion and reduce visible signs of aging. Blood is first drawn from the patient’s arm and then spun in a centrifuge. This process will separate the PRP from the rest of the blood. The PRP is then injected into specific areas of the face. PRP contains growth factors that help to regenerate skin cells and stimulate collagen.
Are vampire facials safe?
A vampire facial is a very safe procedure since it uses the patient’s own blood, so there is no risk of an allergic reaction to the plasma. However, since the procedure involves drawing blood and purifying it in a centrifuge, it should only be performed by an experienced medical professional that is certified to perform PRP treatments. A medical professional will take the precautions required to ensure that the blood is extracted safely. and the tools used are clean and sterilized.
A vampire facial is a medical procedure, so proper care must be taken during the treatment to avoid any complications (click here to learn more).
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If you are in the Rockwall, TX area, Juvanew Medspa is our featured practice.
You can reach them at www.juvanew.com, or by calling (972) 449-9932.