The expert went on to say that a vampire facelift should be a personal decision; depending on what the patient is trying to accomplish. | Photo credit: iStock images
- The treatment, often referred to as vampire facial treatment, is also known as Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy.
- PRP is used to treat hard-to-heal ulcers, acne scars, treatment of skin problems, anti-aging, and skin rejuvenation.
- This procedure also improves your skin’s absorbency, which means your skin can absorb other skin care products better.
New Delhi: Pessimism aside, it is clear that we now live in a world where pollution, stress, processed and unhealthy diets are the norm. Around the year, we expose our skin so much and increase the risk of developing fine lines, wrinkles and dull skin at an early age. Unfortunately, just like premature graying of hair, the early onset of signs of aging is becoming a common concern among the youth group. However, the good news is that the revolution in the medical and cosmetic surgery industry has introduced various products that can help hide, lessen or even completely eliminate these signs of aging.
While procedures such as eyelid rejuvenation surgery, botox, liposuction, and others have grown in popularity in recent years, there is another procedure that raises eyebrows for its positive effects on skin health. and signs of aging – this is the vampire face or the vampire facelift. Although the term created a buzz in 2013 when American model and businesswoman Kim Kardashian picked it up and posted a photo of her face after the treatment.
The vampire facelift is a cosmetic procedure that uses a patient’s blood – injects plasma and hyaluronic acid – to make the skin firmer, more elastic, and less wrinkled. Now in India, the vampire facelift is increasingly popular with the metropolitan population.
To understand the pros and cons of this procedure and how it works, Times Now Digital contacted industry experts. Dr Viral Desai – Cosmetic and Cosmetic Surgeon, Plastic Surgeon, Reconstructive Surgeon and Founder and Medical Director of DHI India, CPLSS, Sarla Hospital & Desai Hospitals – explained how a vampire face works, the time it takes and the possible risks incurred.
âThe treatment, often referred to as the vampire facial treatment, is also known as Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy. The technique involves separating the platelet-rich plasma from the blood that will be injected into your skin, to help rejuvenate the skin and promote collagen formation. About 10 to 30 milliliters of blood are taken from an individual. The platelet-rich plasma is then injected into the affected areas of the face. The whole treatment can be done in less than 30 to 45 minutes, âexplained Dr Desai.
“The centrifuge helps concentrate platelets in the blood, and this platelet rich plasma has a high concentration of growth factors which in turn helps stimulate growth factors, increase collagen building, rejuvenate and firm. the skin, âhe said. added.
The expert then explained how PRP has become one of the most sought-after treatments in the cosmetic and plastic surgery industry. It is used to treat hard-to-heal ulcers, acne scars, treat skin problems, anti-aging, and rejuvenate the skin. Treatment involves growth factors and plasma from the patient’s blood, which decreases the risk of side effects, infections, reactions, or rejection.
Regarding the risks involved, Dr Desai said: âPRP treatment can be treated like any other medical procedure. There is a slight risk of infection if the disposables used are not properly disposed of or if the needles involved in the needle pen are not properly sterilized. Always be sure to check and verify the doctor’s credentials if any of your treatments involve invasive therapy.
Dr Debraj Shome, clinical scientist and leader of the QR678 R&D team, shed light on the possible pros and cons of a vampire facelift – which he says is also known as the Dracula facelift.
âPRP is extracted from blood which is rich in platelets with extremely high levels of growth factors. When applied to your skin, these growth factors help increase the rate of cell turnover. Skin hydration levels increase as growth factors stimulate the production of collagen and elastin. They also imbue your skin with antioxidants. This procedure also improves your skin’s absorbency, which means your skin can better absorb other skin care products, âhe said.
What are the benefits of a vampire facelift?
The advantages of the treatment range through advantages such as:
Improve the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles as well as skin texture
- Reduce the size of the skin pores
- Give the more stable and improved appearance of acne scars
- Adding to the roundness of the skin
- Give a youthful glow and smooth skin
- Improve the effectiveness of skin care products
What are the potential side effects of a vampire facelift?
The potential drawbacks or side effects include:
- Infection when the procedure is not followed correctly or without proper equipment and supervision by a healthcare professional
- Inflammation and bruising are very common during this procedure which requires a careful monitoring regimen to ensure the inflammation sets in
- The vampire facelift can be painful, although numbing gels are available options.
- It is always recommended that you speak with a qualified dermatologist to find out if this is the right choice for you.
The expert went on to say that a vampire facelift should be a personal decision; depending on what the patient is trying to accomplish. If we want to revitalize facial features and become young again, there is a price to pay; it is an extreme procedure that takes a few weeks to heal. The procedure after completion can be painful, but patients can achieve the appearance they want afterwards.
Disclaimer: The tips and suggestions mentioned in the article are for general information purposes only and should not be construed as professional medical advice. Always consult your doctor or healthcare professional if you have specific questions about a medical problem.