PRP Vampire Facelift
Vancouver, B.C.

PRP Vampire Facial Rejuvenation Treatments in Vancouver

The all natural anti-aging facial made famous by Kim Kardashian!

Are you seeking a natural way to rejuvenate your skin? Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy, often referred to as a vampire facelift, is used to improve the quality and texture of your complexion using elements of your own body. This technique uses the patients own platelets (found within blood plasma) which are extracted and used to smooth away wrinkles and lines, soften stretchmarks and scars, and restore elasticity and tone.

This procedure  rose to prominence after Kim Kardashian had the treatment done on her television show, but medical doctors have long known the regenerative benefits of platelets, which are rich in growth factors, and the rejuvenating and healing effects they have on the skin.

At EverYoung, we combine PRP therapy with microneedling for even better results; initiating tissue regeneration using your body’s own ability to rejuvenate collagen. As new collagen forms, a healthier, tighter skin emerges. This non-surgical procedure is used to treat the face, neck, décolleté and hands for beautiful, youthful result…naturally.

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PRP Facial Rejuvenation Treatments at a Glance

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2+ Treatments

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Duration of Results

Months

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Months

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Risks

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Low

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Procedure Time

60 minutes

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Benefits PRP Facelift Treatments

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Rejuvenates the condition of your skin
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Plumps fine lines & wrinkles
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Brightens & tightens skin
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Improves the appearance of stretch marks
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Softens scars
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Promotes a more youthful appearance
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Safe and natural with no side effects
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An all-natural alternative to fillers

Treatable Conditions

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Fine lines on the face, around the eyes & the neck
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Nasolabial folds (smile lines)
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Facial creases
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Skin laxity
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Skin tone & texture
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Skin dullness
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Acne scars & superficial scars
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Stretch marks

FAQ's

The healing time after a blood facial, or PRP (platelet-rich plasma) facial, usually takes a few days, with initial redness and mild swelling resolving within a week, while full collagen regeneration and optimal results may take several weeks.
A blood facial, or PRP (platelet-rich plasma) facial, uses a person’s own plasma to promote collagen production, improve skin texture, and rejuvenate the face by enhancing skin tone and reducing signs of aging.
The facial procedure that involves using one’s own blood is called a “vampire facial.”
Results from a Vampire Facial typically start becoming noticeable within a few weeks to a couple of months after the procedure.
After a Vampire Facial, you can typically wash your face within 4 to 6 hours following the procedure.
Common side effects of the Vampire Facial may include redness, swelling, bruising, and minor discomfort at the treatment site.
Blood contains growth factors that can promote skin healing, collagen production, and rejuvenation, leading to improved skin texture and appearance.
The Vampire Facial can enhance skin rejuvenation and collagen production, but potential cons include temporary side effects like redness and swelling, and there’s ongoing debate about its long-term efficacy and safety.
A blood facial may cause some discomfort or mild pain during the procedure, depending on individual pain tolerance and the specific techniques used.
Increasing blood flow to the face can be achieved through facial massage, exercises, improved circulation with hydration, and certain skincare treatments that stimulate blood circulation.
A blood treatment for beauty, often referred to as a “Vampire Facial,” involves using one’s own blood to extract platelet-rich plasma (PRP), which is then applied or injected into the skin to promote rejuvenation and improve skin texture and appearance.
The frequency of receiving a Vampire Facial typically depends on individual needs and practitioner recommendations, but it’s generally advised to space treatments at least a few months apart to allow for optimal skin healing and collagen production.
For a Vampire Facial, only a small amount of blood, typically around 10-30 milliliters, is drawn from the patient’s arm similar to a standard blood test.
The ideal age for a Vampire Facial varies by individual, but it’s generally recommended for adults experiencing signs of aging or seeking skin rejuvenation rather than specific age criteria.
Before a Vampire Facial, it’s essential to consult with a qualified practitioner, avoid blood-thinning medications if possible, stay hydrated, and follow any pre-procedure skincare instructions provided.
After a Vampire Facial, it’s recommended to use gentle skincare products, moisturizers, and sunscreens specifically tailored to sensitive or post-procedure skin, as advised by your skincare professional.
The benefits of a Vampire Facial can last anywhere from several months to over a year, depending on individual skin conditions, skincare routines, and lifestyle factors.
The downtime for a Vampire Facial typically ranges from a few hours to a couple of days, with potential redness, swelling, or minor bruising immediately after the procedure.
Another name for a Vampire Facial is “PRP Facial,” referencing the platelet-rich plasma used in the treatment.
Blood affects skin color due to the presence of hemoglobin, which carries oxygen and gives the skin its natural pinkish-red hue when adequately circulated.
The results of a Vampire Facial are not permanent; they are temporary and may require periodic treatments to maintain desired skin improvements.
While the effects of a Vampire Facial can be noticeable and may last for several months to over a year, they are not considered permanent and may require periodic treatments for sustained results.
Yes, a Vampire Facial can help brighten the skin by promoting collagen production, improving skin texture, and reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
The Vampire Facial technique was popularized by Dr. Charles Runels, who trademarked the term and promoted the procedure.
For a Vampire Facial, the part of the blood used is the platelet-rich plasma (PRP), extracted from a patient’s blood sample.
A Vampire Facial can be beneficial for treating acne by promoting skin healing, reducing inflammation, and stimulating collagen production, potentially improving overall skin texture and appearance.
The number of treatments for a Vampire Facial varies based on individual skin concerns and desired outcomes, typically ranging from one to several sessions spaced several weeks to months apart.
The depth of a Vampire Facial procedure typically targets the superficial layers of the skin, focusing on enhancing surface texture and rejuvenation rather than deep tissue penetration.
While the Vampire Facial is generally considered safe when performed by a qualified professional, like any cosmetic procedure, there are potential risks such as infection, bruising, or adverse reactions, so it’s essential to consult with a trusted practitioner.
For a Vampire Facial, a specialized tube or syringe is used to draw a small amount of blood from the patient, which is then processed to extract platelet-rich plasma (PRP) for the procedure.
The level of discomfort during a Vampire Facial can vary among individuals, but many describe it as tolerable, often likened to a mild stinging or prickling sensation.
After a Vampire Facial, it’s typically recommended to wait at least 24 hours before applying makeup to ensure that the treated skin has adequate time to heal and reduce the risk of irritation or infection.
Results from a Vampire Facial can begin to be noticeable within a few weeks, with optimal improvements typically observed within a couple of months after the procedure.
After a Vampire Facial, it’s advisable to avoid direct sun exposure and protect the treated area from sunlight for at least a few days to a week to minimize the risk of skin irritation, hyperpigmentation, or complications.
Before a Vampire Facial, it’s advisable to avoid blood-thinning medications, alcohol, and certain skincare treatments that might sensitize the skin or interfere with the procedure’s efficacy.
After a Vampire Facial (PRP facial), it’s essential to follow post-treatment care, including gentle cleansing, avoiding sun exposure, and using recommended skincare products to support optimal healing and results.
The Vampire Facial, or PRP facial, is beneficial for individuals seeking skin rejuvenation, improved texture, and reduced signs of aging, as well as those with concerns like fine lines, wrinkles, and uneven skin tone.
After a Vampire Facial (PRP facial), the face may initially appear slightly red and swollen, but these effects typically subside within a few days, leaving the skin with a rejuvenated and refreshed appearance over time.
Stimulation of blood flow to the skin is facilitated by factors such as exercise, heat, certain skincare treatments, and the dilation of blood vessels, promoting improved oxygenation and nutrient delivery to skin cells.
A Vampire Facial, or PRP facial, can potentially reduce acne by promoting collagen production, accelerating skin healing, and improving overall skin texture, but individual results may vary.
While the Vampire Facial (PRP facial) generally has minimal side effects such as temporary redness and swelling, rare complications like infection or bruising may occur, emphasizing the importance of professional administration.
The number of Vampire Facial (PRP facial) treatments needed varies based on individual skin concerns, but a series of sessions, often ranging from three to six or more, is typically recommended for optimal results.
Vampire Facials, utilizing platelet-rich plasma (PRP), involve drawing blood, extracting growth factors, and applying them to the face for potential skin rejuvenation, but individual results and experiences may vary.
Eating before a Vampire Facial (PRP facial) is generally acceptable, but it’s advisable to consult with the practitioner beforehand to ensure specific pre-treatment guidelines are followed.
After a Vampire Facial (PRP facial), it’s advisable to avoid excessive caffeine intake, including coffee, for the first few hours to minimize potential irritation and support optimal healing of the treated skin.
Swelling after a Vampire Facial (PRP facial) typically lasts for a day or two but can vary among individuals, with full resolution occurring within a week.
While a Vampire Facial (PRP facial) can improve overall skin texture and tightness, its impact on reducing pore size may be limited compared to other skincare treatments specifically targeting enlarged pores.
Skin peeling is not a typical outcome of a Vampire Facial (PRP facial); instead, the treatment is designed to promote skin rejuvenation and a refreshed appearance without noticeable peeling.
Vampire Facial (PRP facial) can be suitable for sensitive skin, as it utilizes the patient’s own plasma, minimizing the risk of adverse reactions, but individual responses may vary, and a patch test is advisable.
While blood itself doesn’t typically cause skin problems, improper handling or introduction of external contaminants during procedures like blood facials may pose a risk of infection or irritation.

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With locations in Downtown Vancouver, North Vancouver, Burnaby & Port Coquitlam, we proudly serve people throughout greater Vancouver and the lower mainland with all of their acne, skin and beauty needs. 

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