vampire_01What is PRP? – Vampire Facial

When celebrities like Kim Kardashian and Gisele Bündchen went public with theirs. The vampire facial is a minimally-invasive approach to a more youthful appearance, rapidly growing in popularity from celebrities and athletes for healing sports injuries.

The namesake comes from the fact that this unique facial uses Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP), or the individual’s own blood, to stimulate tissue regeneration. Does it work? Absolutely. Let’s take a step-by-step look at the procedure and also identify the best candidates for this new route to younger looking skin.

PRP injectives are a new medical technology used in the aesthetic field and musculoskeletal injuries.

As we have an increase in physical activity it has also an increase in musculoskeletal injuries.

Frequently asked/answered questions

It can rejuvenate and slow down the aging process in the pore, by application of the persons own in ricked autologous plasma, by biological stimulation of resident stem cells by growth factors.

Science supports the use of PPP for the augmentation and regeneration of hard and soft tissues

vampire_02The platelets release growth factors that assist the human body to repair itself by stimulating cells to regenerate new tissues.

Today plasma can easily be separated from blood through a process of centrifugation

Using your enriched plasma permits the body to heal faster and there is no danger of disease transmission.


vampire_03Case study

Europe, England, Asia, Japan and South Africa have demonstrated consistent rejuvenation of facial aging, wrinkling in a person improvement of skin, skin texture and tone and this is noticed within 3 weeks

Musculoskeletal injuries what muscles can be treated with PRP such as;

  • tendons,
  • muscles and joints,
  • Knee osteoarthritis,
  • Hip Osteoarthritis
  • Tennis elbow
  • Hamstring and hamstring tendons, and much more.