What is PRP?
What is Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP)?
PRP is used with all Vampire ® Procedures
PRP is used in Vampire ® and anti-aging procedures to help reduce wrinkles, lift up and restore lost volume, increase tone, and smooth the complexion of the face, neck, and hands. It's also used to increase the sensitivity in the pleasure centers of the male and female genitalia, and to plump-up and enhance the volume of the male genitalia and the female cleavage.
PRP is Derived From Your Own blood
Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) is derived from a patient’s own blood by way of a standard blood draw, such as those performed in a lab for medical tests. Following the draw, blood samples are spun in a centrifuge, which separates a high concentration of platelets within plasma from the other blood components. This solution is called platelet-rich plasma (PRP) and is used to perform PRP procedures which usually involve injections into a targeted area after the skin has been adequately numbed with a topical anesthetic.
PRP Growth Factors Stimulate Collagen Production
PRP contains several different growth factors and other elements that stimulate cell growth, tissue healing, and skin rejuvenation.
Because it comes from a patient’s own blood, PRP treatments have very little risk of negative side effects. For this reason, PRP is often preferred as a natural alternative to traditional aesthetic and anti-aging treatments.
PRP Has a Long History of Safe and Effective Use
PRP has been used in Dentistry, Orthopedics, and Sports Medicine, for many years. It's used in Aesthetics for its beauty-enhancing effects, collagen induction, and overall skin revitalization. With regular treatments over time, many patients experience a replenishing of facial volume that had been lost with age. Often, with volume comes increased skin tone and a reduction of sagging skin, deep creases, and wrinkles. A smoother complexion with a healthier, more radiant-appearing glow is usually seen. Targeted treatments may reduce the appearance of scars, stretch marks, hyperpigmentation, and under-eye circles (aka bags). Results may vary.