How does the Vampire Facelift work?
First, some blood is taken from the patient's arm. The blood is then processed and the platelets from other blood components is isolated.
Those platelets are activated by using one of several different methods, but the most common is exposure to calcium chloride. Once exposed it will form PRFM (Which is the rejuvenating elixer that is made by the patient's own platelets.
Now this gel is injected into multiple areas of the face, in the specific area that defines the Vampire Facelift to induce the growth of brand new collagen, skin tissue, and new blood vessels around every injection site.
All together this process lifts the skin away from the bone and creates skin volume and new blood flow, sculpting the face and creating a younger complexion, a more youthful and more aesthetically appealing appearance.
The improvements will continue for up to 12 weeks and last for at least 15 months!