A vampire or Dracula facial is the catchy term for a PRP facial, which involves taking a sample of blood from your body (usually from your arm), spinning it in a machine to separate the plasma and the red blood cells, and then injecting or microblading the plasma back into your face.

The machine gets rid of the red blood cells to leave a clear liquid – the platelet rich plasma – which then gets pushed into the skin through tiny injections or microneedling.

Why? Because stem cells or PRP are magical for skin regeneration. They encourage healing and replenishing, meaning that they can be used for everything from reducing scars and stretch marks to getting rid of wrinkles. You’ll often hear of stem cell treatments being used for burn victims or those with serious scars – the PRP facial is about taking this advanced medicine and using it for cosmetic benefits.

The treatment will leave you with increased collagen levels, smoother, fuller skin, and improved skin health, as well as reducing the appearance of scars and fine lines.


  • Erase or reduce scars caused by acne
  • Tighten sagging or wrinkled under eye skin
  • Improve stretch marks or cellulite
  • Create a more youthful glow
  • Increase collagen levels and production
  • Promote healthy skin regeneration
  • Skin looks and feels firmer
  • Reduce fine lines and scars
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Is the Vampire Facial painful?

You may experience some discomfort during the procedure. Although a numbing cream is applied to the face some patients do experience mild pain– particularly around sensitive areas like the hairline, mouth, and eyes.

What to do after?

As with any medical procedure, there are certain precautions you need to take. We recommend you avoid any strenuous activity for a day or two after the treatment.

Some swelling may occur and it is advisable to sleep with your head supported by a pillow on the first night post-treatment.

How many treatments are recommended?

The results of this facial are long lasting but not permanent. The growth factor in the platelets causes increased collagen production but, due to the normal again process, collagen depletes.

It is recommended to return for a further Vampire Facial every 6 - 12 months.

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