hi to everybody, as being an x lap dancer, my apperance has always been extremly important to me, so as soon as i heard about this vampire facelift, i was the first person i think to give it a go,@ i can honestly say, i have had 2, @ due to have my last 1, next month, the amount of people that have been saying to me, gosh alison, what have you been doing, you look so fresh faced, you have rosy cheeks, you face looks younger @ plumper, @ the glow on it, is just amazing, i just say i drink a lot of water, @ have a good skin care rountine. i have to say though my skin has definitely gone plumper, @ the glow is actually quite amazing,i can definitely without a shadow of a doubt see a difference,i truly think it is worth every penny, i had my first vampire facelift in january, then i had my second one 8 weeks later, then iam having my final one in may,you have 3, to start of with then, 1 every six months for maintenance, i absolutely swear by it, you have to give it, at least 8 weeks to see results, @ when you do see the results, its like, O MY GOD, THEY ARE ABSOLUTELY AMAZING. you need to give it time to work, i think the mistake people make, is that, they want instant results, @ it does not happen instanly. it takes weeks, so hang in there, @ be patient, @ when you see the results, you will be absolutely over whelmed by them…. REMEMBER ROME WASENT BUILT IN A DAY, @ it is your own blood, from your own body, it stimulates collengen, @ it really does work, trust me, iam a person that has had every treatment you can possibly think of, @ the vampire facelift is definitely, without a shadow of a doubt, the best one ever, so go for it, it is worth every penny, @ remember, when you have it done, dont except instant results, give it at least 8 weeks, @ you will be made up with the results, trust me, byeeee x
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"Platelet-rich plasma therapy, particularly when combined with other anti-aging treatments like microneedling, can help soften the appearance of common signs of aging, such as fine lines and loss of skin tone," he said. "Because it enhances your natural collagen production, it can also firm and smooth the skin for a more youthful complexion and reduce sun damage and scarring."
Providers of the Vampire Facelift (R) procedure take into account the mathematics of beauty as defined by much research (starting with the notebooks of Lonardo da Vinci) to avoid at all costs creating an unnatural shape. These ideas about the HA fillers are not commonly known even among the best of cosmetic surgeons and constitute part of the intellectual property protected by the trademarked name (Vampire Facelift®).
The procedure has been around for several years, but became more widely available after Kim Kardashian posted a blood-slathered selfie on Instagram in 2013, after filming the procedure for an episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians spin-off Kourtney & Kim Take Miami. Earlier this year, Kardashian reflected on the experience in a post on her blog; the text is only available to paid subscribers, but honestly, the bloody photo, headline (“The Skincare Treatment I’ll Never Do Again”) and caption (“So Not Worth It!”) – not to mention the mysterious infection in Albuquerque – just about sums it up.
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“As far as what I can do as an aesthetician, this is my most effective treatment,” Chang said. “It can help with acne scarring by evening out hyper-pigmentation and it also helps with anti-aging in terms of reducing frown lines and marionette lines. But it doesn’t necessarily help with wrinkles. We can’t help what is underneath, but we can help with the collagen and it’s all about the collagen.”
An Albuquerque, New Mexico, spa was served with a cease-and-desist letter and was forced to close this month because it may have exposed a client to an infection. The culprit? “Vampire facials,” a trendy skin care treatment that involves drawing blood from a client’s body, placing it in a centrifuge, then reapplying it to the face, supposedly to promote cell renewal.
hi this is alison annable, r.e.—- vampire facelift, ….. what did you actually think about the vampire facelift, i found it to be absolutely amazing, @ the comments i have had is unbelievable, people saying how much younger i look, @ how nice my skin looks, ….. what are your views about the vampire?,,, could you get back to me, with a comment, thankyouuuuuuu x
Platelets, Zeichner explains, are rich in growth factors, which essentially act as energy boots for our skin. This helps our skin function optimally, increasing everything from collagen to elastin, while also bringing antioxidant and hydrating properties. "Platelet-rich plasma is now commonly used topically as part of a regular facial, used along with microneedling to enhance penetration into the skin, and is even being injected into the skin in the same manner as dermal fillers," says Zeichner.