Vampire Facial® Skin Treatment

Are you looking to age gracefully and naturally? Do you want to slow down time, to revitalize and rejuvenate your body? Are you looking for a natural alternative to Fillers or Botox? The Vampire Facial® may be what you have been looking for.

The Vampire Facial® is a highly sought-after treatment that harnesses PRP (platelet-rich plasma) and concentrated growth factors to stimulate new collagen production and improves skin tone and texture to create firmer, smoother skin.

Vampire Facial® treatments can help:

  • Improve fine lines
  • Improve wrinkles
  • Decrease acne scars
  • Improve loss of volume at face
  • Enhance skin texture and tone

These treatments can also be used to help with:

  • Crow’s feet
  • Dark circles under your eyes
  • Fine lines around the mouth
  • Sun-damaged skin
  • Acne scarring
  • Dull, patchy, or uneven skin tone and texture
  • Crepey or drooping skin in the eye, neck, and décolletage areas
  • Volume loss under eye, cheek, jawline, or lips

After the Vampire Facial®, there may be some immediate results, but you can expect to see steady improvements over time. It might take 6 months or more as your body produces more collagen. Best results are achieved with 2 or 3 Vampire Facial® treatments spaced about 2 months apart. Some patients may require a single treatment. The effects of Vampire Facial® treatments are there to stay and yours to keep.

Contact us today by phone at (704) 525-6288 for a free consultation and find out if the Vampire Facial® is the right treatment for you.

Frequently Asked Questions

First, your blood is drawn and placed into an FDA approved centrifuge machine to generate the concentrated PRP. Topical anesthesia is applied to the skin to minimize any discomfort you may feel. The FDA approved Microneedling Skinpen Precision™ device is used to create channels that allow PRP to go through the skin barrier and promote new collagen production. PRP is either applied topically to the face during the microneedling or injected as filler.

You may experience redness in the treated area for 2 to 4 days, and there is a possibility of bruising of the injection sites. Makeup and or any topical creams or lotions should not be applied for 24 hours post procedure unless advised by a medical professional. Pre- and post-procedure information will be given as well as nutritional information and a list of recommended supplements and skin products.

Since aging is a continuous process, the procedures for lines, wrinkles, and loss of volume will eventually need to be repeated. The natural PRP concentrate lasts approximately 3 months or more. For acne scars, we recommend 6 to 8 treatments at 6-week intervals. People with scars will usually not have to repeat the procedure once they have achieved good results.
Patients will experience redness and blotchiness for 2-3 days after the Vampire Facial®. After a week, they will experience some dryness and sloughing of the skin. We recommend applying a mineral sunblock in the days after the treatment and should schedule the Vampire Facial® 7–10 days before any special event. There are no known side effects.
Prior to the procedure, a numbing cream is applied to the face. This is usually adequate for pain management. If patients still feel discomfort, they can be given PRO-NOX Nitrous Oxide gas.
Each patient receives a new sterile microneedling head for their procedure. The equipment including the microneedling SkinPen and centrifuge we use is FDA approved. Everyone involved in our procedures is a qualified medical professional and has undergone the appropriate training and certifications.
We have seen results treating acne scars, but up to 6 to 8 treatments may be required at 6-week intervals.
Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) is derived from the patient’s own blood. Creation of PRP is simple, painless, and conveniently done during a clinic visit. A small amount of blood is drawn from the patient and placed into a centrifuge. The centrifuge spins the blood at high speeds to separate the blood into red blood cells and concentrated platelets.
Insurance companies have not yet instituted coverage for PRP treatments, and it will most likely be several years before this happens. We offer several payment plan options and will work with you to help you get the treatment you need.