Facial is the most popular skincare treatment around the world. Both women and men are using different types of facials for decades to rejuvenate their skin. Similar to other industries, the skincare industry has also advanced significantly and many new, advanced skincare treatments are now available to treat various skin concerns. Facial is one such treatment that has advanced significantly over the years. As new, improved products and techniques are introduced, many different types of facials have also been introduced. From skin tightening facials to brightening facials, different facials are available to suit your specific skin type and concern.

The process of facial involves applying multiple products on the skin such as cleansers, exfoliation, moisturizing creams, chemical peels, face masks, and more. Special massage techniques and improved equipment are also used to enhance the absorption of these products. Facials are popular skincare procedure that improves the health and youthfulness of your skin without undergoing surgery or any expensive invasive technique. Of all the facials available, PRP facials are becoming the most popular these days.


PRP “Vampire” Facial

PRP facial is commonly known as a vampire facial because it involves the use of your own blood to rejuvenate your skin. PRP therapy is also used by healthcare professionals to harness the body’s natural power to heal itself. It refers to the use of Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) to heal the body. The process involves injecting platelet-rich plasma into your skin at specific depths based on your aesthetic needs. Sometimes, the “blood” can also be spread on top of your face during treatment. Orthopedic doctors also use this therapy to heal joints and treat other bone diseases.

As a facial, PRP is used to boost collagen production.  This treatment consists of micro needling followed by the application of platelet-rich plasma (PRP) to your skin. It is an advanced skincare treatment that begins with drawing your blood. Human blood comprises four key components: red blood cells, white blood cells, plasma, and platelets. Once your blood is drawn, it is put in a centrifuge to separate its layers. Spinning blood helps in extracting plasma rich in platelets which are then applied to your skin through micro-needling or microdermabrasion.

Benefits of PRP Facial

The thought of applying blood on your face may seem scary but even if it appears a bloody procedure, it is not as invasive as it sounds. It is the natural component plasma that makes this facial highly effective. Plasma is high in protein and assists in transporting nutrients, protein, and hormones throughout the body. When used on the face, it stimulates collagen and elastin production in the skin, resulting in firm, youthful skin. PRP therapy provides a natural way to stimulate body healing. It can be used to treat a range of skin issues such as reducing wrinkles and fine lines, improving moisture retention, enhancing skin tone, and improving skin texture. Collagen production plumps up the skin making it look more radiant and youthful.

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