Vampire Facelift (PRP)

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) is an innovative facial which results in the complete skin rejuvenation of the skin tissue.

Using a small volume of the patient’s own, platelet-rich blood, it is re-injected into the face where it gradually releases many growth factors. PRP not only boosts the production of collagen, fibroblasts and blood vessels, it is also a fantastic choice for deep tissue repair.

What happens during the treatment?

Platelet Rich Plasma takes place in 5 steps and takes 1 hour to treat the face, 1 ½ hours for the scalp, and around 1 ½ hours for the face, neck and decolletage.

Stage 1: THE BLOOD

The practitioner first of all retrieves one or more blood sample depending on the area to be treated.


Then he centrifuge blood samples for 6 minutes. This is important because it separates the platelet rich plasma from other denser components such as red blood cells and white blood cells.


To activate, from top to bottom, we slowly tip the tube several times to simplify the extraction of the plasma.


The specialist extracts only the plasma present in the sample using a syringe or micro cannula.


Finally, the practitioner removes the anesthetic cream after half an hour and performs the hypodermic injections. The syringe contains proteins that are adept at cell stimulation, repair and deep tissue regeneration.

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) can treat:

  • Nasolabial folds
  • Acne Scars
  • Skin depressions
  • Wrinkles of the crow’s feet
  • The entire face for an overall improvement in skin texture
  • Backs of the hands
  • The neck
  • The cleavage
  • Scalp (the injection of platelet-rich plasma is very effective in treating hair loss).

The results

The majority of patients found a marked improvement in skin firmness in the days after treatment. As a result, new collagen will be formed after the third week.

Results may vary according to each patient and the area to be treated.

We recommend three sessions in three subsequent months to have the best possible results. After this initial course, we suggest a treatment every six months.