Vampire Facial? No, it's a PRP Facial!

Get a natural-looking facial faster and more effective than creams and exfoliants alone. Use PRP facials - the non-surgical option with platelet-rich plasma which stimulates collagen production and advanced skin healing.


What Is a PRP Facial?

You’ve probably heard about platelet-rich plasma (PRP) facials, also known as PRP facials. The basic process begins with a technician drawing blood and then using the centrifuge to separate out the red cells from whole blood. What remains is your own natural PRP that will be used in this facial treatment for rejuvenating your face, tightening wrinkles on parts of it, or altogether improving its appearance in some way depending on what you want to be done.

How Do PRP Facials Work?

The PRP facial is made up of your own blood platelets, which are the building blocks for skin rejuvenation- as well as plasma. These components stimulate collagen growth so that wrinkles can be smoothed out while giving you visible results in just one procedure! Simply put, the PRP Facial utilizes natural chemicals found within your bloodstream on areas of concern throughout your face.

How Much Do PRP Facials Cost?

A typical treatment PRP Facial treatment will cost you anywhere from $750 to $1,500+ depending on the area you have treated and how many sessions you receive. The facial involves two primary components: microneedling (to stimulate your skin) and PRP therapy (extracting blood). Contact us to find out more!

How Long Do PRP Facials Last?

PRP Facials can take a few weeks (up to three months) for results to become fully visible as your skin adjusts itself. PRP treatments are not necessarily quick fixes, they need time work but their results tend to last anywhere from 1 to 2 years, and with regular PRP facial sessions you can maintain healthy-looking skin that has been improved from within!

About PRP Facials

PRP Facial is the latest and greatest in skincare. It’s an outpatient procedure that uses your own blood platelets and plasma on your face (hence the name: “Vampire Facial” made popular by Kim Kardashian). The natural chemicals in your own PRP are slathered onto your face and then micro-needled into the skin during a short procedure. Once the plasma is in, it begins to do its work of rejuvenating your entire face, tightening wrinkled areas, and smoothing the overall look. It’s able to do that because PRP’s essential chemical components are designed specifically for this purpose – they can penetrate deep into wrinkles or creases where other treatments might not be as effective. And unlike some other medical-grade chemical peels, there isn't any downtime after treatment - you can go about life as usual right away!

Conditions PRP Facials Are Good For

PRP facials are an excellent solution for anyone who wants to look their absolute best. It's a non-invasive procedure that uses your own cells, which means you won't run the risk of any side effects or allergic reactions! Common conditions PRP Facials can treat are:

  • dark circles under your eyes
  • crow’s feet around and beneath the eye area
  • crepey skin in neck areas as well as chest and eyelid regions
  • large pores on the nose or cheeks
  • fine lines around your mouth
  • coarse skin texture
  • dull or gray skin tone
  • sun-damaged skin
  • acne scars

Areas PRP Facials Are Good For

Wrinkles, fine lines, and sagging skin are a natural part of the aging process. As we get older, our facial skin loses elasticity and is less able to bounce back from environmental assaults like UV rays. What if you could regain some of your youthful appearance? You can with PRP facials. Common area’s people use this treatment on include:

  • the areas around your eyes including eyelids
  • the areas around your mouth
  • Nose
  • cheeks
  • neck
  • chest

PRP Facial FAQ’s

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