There is a new beauty trend or beauty treatment that can be performed in many plastic surgeons offices today. This beauty trend is being nicknamed the vampire facelift.
The real name for the Vampire Facelift is “Cellfill.” It is a genuine cosmetic procedure that is being performed across the country.
How does the procedure work?
Blood is drawn from the patient’s arm. This blood is then placed into a spinning center fuse type machine that will separate the red blood cells from the palettes in the blood. Once the palates are separated then are injected into a liquid filled syringe. This syringe is also filled with calcium chlorate. Then the syringe will be used to fill the lines around the patient eyes, nose or mouth.
One the substance is injected into the patient the patient’s own facial stem cells will react, as if the face had been injured. This reaction will cause new tissue to grow. This new growth will cause the lines to become filled.
This is not a new form of medical treatment. This technology has been used in orthopedics for years. It is just now being used for beauty purposes.
What are some of the benefits of going for the Vampire Facelift or filler compared to some of the other forms?
• The needle used in this type of treatment is smaller than most
• The filler is a liquid instead of a thick gel
• No atheistic is required since the treatment calls for a small needle and a the use of liquid
• There is little to no bruising with this procedure
• There is no down time
• Results will begin to show within 3 to 4 weeks
• The procedure lasts for up to a year’
• This is filler that most any one can use, since you are using your own blood instead of chemical based filler. This causes little to no reaction in most people since we are generally not allergic to ourselves.
Is there anyone who shouldn’t get a Vampire Facelift?
• This procedure is not recommended for people with a low blood palate level
• This procedure is not recommended for people with a comprised immunity level
How much does this procedure cost?
Like most cosmetic procedures, this is not an inexpensive procedure.
• The Vampire Facelift will generally cost $800 per syringe.
Could the Vampire Facelift be the beauty fix you have been wanting? If you have a spare $800, why not give it a try?
WSYX News, Columbus Ohio