Vampire Face Lift
If you’ve been thinking about getting a “liquid facelift” or dermal filler injections as an alternative to facelift surgery, you may be a good candidate for the Vampire Face Lift. The Vampire Face Lift has been featured on The Doctors TV show and also on The Rachael Ray Show. This procedure doesn’t require any surgery but does involve drawing blood from your arm and then transfusing blood cells into the facial compartments. The Vampire Face Lift is designed around the Selphyl system and works by stimulating collagen production so that the end result is smoother, tighter and firmer-looking skin.
Take a look at these liquid facelift before and after photos to see examples of different types of facelift alternatives performed on patients like you. Get in touch with a cosmetic surgeon in your area to find out if you may be a good candidate for the Vampire Face Lift and similar procedures.
How the Vampire Face Lift Works
The Vampire Face lift is an in-office procedure and is now available at more than 300 aesthetic surgery and cosmetic surgery centers around the country. The procedure involves extracting blood from your arm and then spinning the blood sample in a centrifuge to separate the platelets. The blood cells are then re-injected into the skin with a very fine needle, and only injected into the areas that need to be filled out or restored. These injections may be performed in conjunction with fat injections to create a smooth, rounder and plumper appearance.
Advantages of the Vampire Face Lift
- May be a better alternative to neurotoxin (Botox) and other injections
- More affordable than facelift surgery – typically costs $900 to $1,500 per treatment
- Can be combined with other facial rejuvenation procedures
- Relatively painless procedure
- No downtime and no side effects
Disadvantages of the Vampire Face Lift
- Not supported by objective data or national clinical trials
- Some plastic surgeons believe it’s a gimmick
- Unclear whether Selphyl has received FDA approval for facial rejuvenation
- Some bruising and redness at the injection site
Liquid Face Lift Before and After Photos
Take a look at these liquid facelift before and after photos to see examples of patients who have had a series of injectable fillers as an alternative to surgery.
Find a Vampire Face Lift Doctor in Your Area
If you’re interested in getting the Vampire Face Lift, set up a consultation with a cosmetic surgeon in your area to learn more about nonsurgical facelift procedures.