Lucky Oscars 2013 Attendees Take Home Selphyl Vampire Facelift

by Barb Tate

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It’s true, people: vampires are here to stay. Is it any surprise that the hottest new facial enhancement treatment heralded by Hollywood stars everywhere is inspired by those sleek, trim, suave, and beautiful blood suckers? Bring your face back from the dead with a powerful new non-invasive procedure that restores volume, creates collagen while expelling smile lines, fine lines and under eye darkness.

Hundreds of top shelf celebs like George Clooney, Jennifer Lawrence, and Meryl Streep recently found vouchers for this exciting new treatment in their $45,000 post-Academy Award gift bags. Should we expect a resurgence of youthful faces without all the lumpy Joan Rivers lip bloaters and caved-in fish faces? With a pioneering new procedure like this, all patients—Hollywood or Hoboken—can expect a new, finely-tuned level of facial enhancement not seen with just any filler.

WHAT IS A VAMPIRE FACE LIFT?

The Vampire Facelift is not a traditional facelift. Many doctors consider this type of non-invasive treatment to merely be a facial enhancement. While a surgical facelift elevates your sagging jowls, jaw line, and general sagging tissue, the Vampire Facelift restores volume in fine lines and creases, and creates a youthful flush. Now you can get that hot new “eternal” look without the annoying neck bites, the sparkling skin, or the werewolf love triangles.

HOW DOES THE VAMPIRE FACE LIFT WORK?

The Vampire Facelift is an extremely unique treatment. In a system known as Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy (PRP), blood is withdrawn from your face, processed for efficiency, and re-injected to your face.

Blood is made up of three main components: plasma (55%), red blood cells (45%), white blood cells, and platelets (less than 1%). The specialist performing your procedure will extract your blood and process it to separate the platelets. The platelets are reenergized with calcium chloride and mixed in with growth factors (chemicals that initiate healing response) and a platelet rich fibrin matrix (a more viscous and purer blood blend that is known for its healing capacities and ability to naturally fill in gaps and lines). The combination is blended together in a super-spinning, washing-machine type of instrument called a centrifuge. The final product reintroduced into your system contains as much as 5x the amount of concentrated platelets your body normally carries.

Platelets contain growth factors and proteins that are imperative to cellular repair and tissue regeneration. PRP accelerates healing and encourages cell growth in the injected areas. Since your body is creating natural collagen from the reintroduction of platelets, the added fill to your facial tissue is much more tapered and natural looking than traditional dermal gel filler. The added benefit of constant collagen generation provides a consistently improving visage. The imperfections will continue to fill at a natural pace and the youthful glow will sustain for months and months. Maintain texture and leave the foundation on the shelf for a while!

Perhaps the biggest perk of this procedure is its speedy nature compared to its long lasting effect. The Vampire Facelift only takes up to 90 minutes to administer, but the rejuvenating effects after a handful of sessions last for 6-9 months. Effects of the treatment are conveniently observable the same day, so it is perfect for last-minute touch ups before a special event. Patients who are undergoing a Vampire Facelift will be given a short list of provisions before arriving at the clinic: they will primarily be advised to not take any anti-coagulants or aspirins the day of the treatment.

The Vampire Facelift will cost $1500 to $25000 depending on the clinic, amount of blood withdrawn, the number of additives included, and other factors. Of course, Oscars attendees can pass this treatment off as a total freebie.

If you or someone you know is interested in seeking out the vampire facelift or are interested in any other new and pioneering procedures, please visit the Healthy Skin Portal today. Contact our team of representatives to schedule a consultation or search for a doctor near you and prepare to have your blood sucked by a true professional!

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