Microneedling with PRF - the famous Vampire facial
The results are amazing!
Microneedling is taken to the next level when utilizing your body's growth factors to super-charge your treatment. Don't be fooled into thinking that microneedling with PRF is just good for facials. It is one of the most effective treatments for a number of conditions including hair loss.
Microneedling with PRF, or the Vampire Facial, has become famous! Celebs in Hollywood and New York refer to it as THE go-to treatment for fresh skin and skin rejuvenation.
Celebs such as Jennifer Anniston, Angelina Jolie, Keira Maguire, Kim Kardashian and influencers all over the globe have touted the amazing results.
Screen Actors Guild Awards 2020 - Allure
What is the Microneedling with PRF?
Microneedling creates millions of tiny channels in the skin's surface. The microneedling starts your body's healing process by sending collagen and elastin to patch up the tiny injuries. In addition,
PRF, your body's own growth and healing serum, is derived from a simple blood draw. This bio-serum is added to your treatment, infusing your skin with healing from within. Thus the name, vampire facial.
Even though it has a scary name, it is extremely safe and is a powerful treatment option for a number of conditions.
Benefits of microneedling with PRF
Immediate results that continue to develop
Fresh, healthy glowing skin
Alleviates wrinkles and fine lines
Tightens the skin
Minimizes pore size
Improves skin tone & texture
Stimulates your own collagen production
Microneedling with PRF also aids in treating:
Dark spots or patches on your skin
Large pore size
Reduced skin elasticity
Fine lines and wrinkles
What is PRF and how is it different from PRP?
Platelet Rich Fibrin (PRF) is a technology that uses your body's own natural and powerful healing proteins and concentrated growth factors found within your blood to rejuvenate your skin, activate collagen production,treat hair loss and speed recovery. It is 3x more effective than the previous generation of PRP.
What are the risks?
You might have a little bit of bruising depending on your skin type and the treatment area and a little bit of redness if done in conjunction with a laser.
Apart from this, there is literally no downside to having PRF, because PRF is using your body's own blood components and therefore there is no risk of any adverse reaction. Of course with any injection there is always the risk of infection or a little bit of swellng, but it is very rare with the PRF treatment.
Which treatment is right for you?