For decades, people have been getting facials. They were often considered an amenity rather than necessary self-care, but their popularity has recently skyrocketed. However, breakthroughs in medical research always continue. As a result, facials are now safer and more effective than ever.
We are delighted to offer PRP facial rejuvenation (Vampire Facial) at The Velvet Skin Centre, an anti-ageing procedure with numerous advantages over a standard facial.
The procedure can able to reduce:
It’s safe for individuals of any age group, but if you’re consuming blood thinner, have skin cancer, or have any medical disease related to blood, such as HIV or hepatitis C, a Vampire Facial is not suitable for you.
Most vampire facials (PRP Face Treatment) follow the same procedure:
As we concerned earlier, the (PRP) Platelet-Rich Plasma contains growth factors that boost collagen evolution and improve the skin’s elasticity. This procedure helps to:
The Vampire Facial process is non-invasive and can be avail with other facial techniques. However, although it has become a trend and Vampire Facial is the key to the Fountain of Youth, it has minimum side effects.
Side effects of a Vampire Facial (PRP Face) should be pretty tiniest and may contain:
Before getting this treatment, you must know what to do for the best results. As much as possible, you need to be aware of everything you should and should not do.
When preparing for a Vampire Facial treatment, you must follow a few precautions to prevent complications. We are describing some of the dos and don’ts before the treatment:
Don’t Wear Makeup before your vampire facial appointment, and it’s best not to wear Makeup or cosmetics. Vampire Facial will help your skin rest from the cosmetics before receiving therapy. It will also help the treatment go easier for you.
Do Stay Hydrated and Eat A Little Remember that vampire facial therapy has some blood. You won’t have any harmful complications if you don’t eat before the treatment, but if you don’t want to feel sick or dizzy, you better eat a little and drink loads of water.
Don’t Take NSAIDsBefore the therapy, make sure not to drink any nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs). Drugs like Advil are NSAIDs and blood thinners or coagulant medications. Vampire Facial focuses on your platelets, so you don’t want these drugs to affect the clotting function of your platelets.
After you get your treatment, you need to take more precautions to ensure the therapy works well.
Do Apply an Ice Pack After the treatment, you must use an ice pack to reduce the swelling on your face. You can wrap the ice on any thin cloth, but do not let the ice directly touch your face. Apply the ice at least every five minutes.
Don’t Touch or Wash Your Face It’s best not to touch your face for at least six hours after treatment. Better yet, do not wash your face for at least 24 hours. To ensure that the treatment works, ensure your face is left undisturbed for as long as your skincare specialist recommends.
Do Use Sunscreen After you get the Facial, you must avoid the sun as much as possible if you need to go out, wear sunscreen and shade.
More water should be consumed. Skin moisture aids in the production of new collagen. Therefore, it's imperative to consume enough water. When possible, experts advise avoiding other beverages in favour of water.