A vampire facelift is specifically used to rejuvenate your face. It can treat fine lines, wrinkles, smile lines, verticle lip lines, lower facial laxity, jowl, jawline laxity, lost volume in the temple, and any other region of the face, nasolabial folds, eyebrow drooping, acne scars, and dimpling of the skin.
PRP alone can be used anywhere on the body. Platelet-rich plasma can stimulate hair growth treats osteoarthritis, tendons, and acute sports injury.
Your Physician will guide you regarding pre-treatment preparations. Commonly you will be asked to come with a thoroughly cleansed face with no traces of makeup on your skin, drink plenty of water before the appointment, and avoid sun exposure days before the treatment.
Ideal Candidates for a Vampire Facelift
Though Vampire Facelift is considered safe for all, People with medical conditions, including Hepatitis C, AIDS, any type of blood cancer, cardiovascular disease, or skin cancer, are not suitable for getting the treatment.
The Cost of Vampire Face Lift
The cost of a vampire facelift varies from clinic to clinic, but it generally falls between $1200 to $2500. Sometimes it may even cost you $3000 depending upon the type and quantity of filler used with PRP. At James Chrisitan Cosmetics, we charge $1199 for a vampire facelift.
How is Vampire Face Lift Different from Other Injectable Fillers?
Vampire facelift combines PRP and hyaluronic acid-based fillers like Restylane or Juvederm. The fillers fill the lines and folds for 6-18 months, and PRP stimulates collagen production. Together they work to plump up your cheeks, make the skin tight and smooth, and aid the patient to achieve a youthful appearance.
Fillers alone can fade the aging signs but not add volume to the face. The PRP focuses on enhancing volume, skin texture, and tone.