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What is ‘Vampire’ Facial – Xanderm Clinic

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You heard it from the Kardashians, Hailey Bieber, and Kathryn Bernardo — they all swear by it. This bloody facial is sure to be as promising as a blood pact. But what really is a vampire facial? And is it really worth the blood to pay?

What is Vampire Facial?

Dubbed as “vampire facials,” this treatment involves a unique process where your own blood is drawn and processed to extract the platelet-rich plasma (PRP). The PRP is then re-applied to your skin during microneedling. These platelets are rich in growth factors that enhance healing and rejuvenation, promoting a fresher, more youthful appearance.

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For a vampire facial, it is crucial to have it done at a reputable clinic. Unlike other facials that we might try without much repercussion, a vampire facial requires a high level of cleanliness and professionalism. Since it involves blood-derived products (PRP), it’s important to ensure the process is done correctly to avoid complications and achieve the best results.

For me, I was so excited to try it with Xanderm Clinic as it is known for it’s quality service. See also, XANDERM AESTHETIC CLINIC: A Derma Clinic Worth Every Cent.

The Luxurious Steps

1. Personalized Consultation

My session kicked off with an in-depth consultation to discuss my skin goals and what I hoped to achieve with the PRP facial. It would be Dr. Alexander J. Soler himself, the owner of the aesthetic center who would explain each step with clarity, making you feel at ease.

Dr. Alexander J. Soler
Dr. Alexander J. Soler, the owner of the aesthetic center. A Doctor of Medicine from the De La Salle Health Sciences Institute, he was trained in various organizations, including the American Academy of Aesthetic Medicine, the Pan Pacific Aesthetic Institute of Foundation, Inc., and the Aesthetic Medicine Institute.

2. Preparation

My face was meticulously cleansed to ensure a clean slate for the procedure.

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3. Anaesthesia Cream

An anaesthesia cream was applied to my face to minimize any discomfort during the treatment.

4. Blood Draw

A small amount of my blood was drawn and spun in a centrifuge to separate the platelet-rich plasma (PRP).

A small amount of blood was drawn from my arm. This is the first step in obtaining the platelet-rich plasma (PRP).

The drawn blood was then transferred into a special cylinder designed for the centrifugation process

The cylinder containing my blood was placed in a centrifuge machine. The machine spins at high speed to separate the different components of the blood.

After centrifugation, the blood was separated into red blood cells and the golden platelet-rich plasma (PRP), ready for application.

5. Microneedling

My face underwent microneedling with the PRP used as the serum. This process creates tiny channels in the skin, ensuring the PRP can penetrate deeply and work its magic.

Microneedling in action: The device creates tiny channels in my skin to enhance the absorption of the PRP serum.

Applying the PRP serum: The concentrated platelet-rich plasma is carefully applied to my skin, prepping it for microneedling.

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Close-up of microneedling: Each tiny puncture ensures the PRP penetrates deeply into the skin.

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Finishing touches: The microneedling process continues to evenly distribute the PRP serum across my face.

 

7 thoughts on “What is ‘Vampire’ Facial – Xanderm Clinic

  1. This looks so painful. Did you look better after the treatment?

  2. This sounds painful. But I do know that plasma is full of rich nutrients to help improve the skin on your face. I don’t think that I could do it.

  3. So what do you think of the results? I think you looked fine before the treatment but have heard lots of things about Vampire Facials. I would possobly try this treatment if it provided amazing results…. better than plastic surgery.

  4. I have heard of this before, But I would never have it done myself. I hate having my blood taken, so would be too scared

  5. This looks so painful. I know this is something that I would not do. But thanks for sharing it with us.

  6. didn’t know this was a thing and not sure if it is something i would attempt but great to learn more about it

  7. This is quite interesting! I had heard of this once before, but I didn’t realize it was more popular. Good to know how it works.

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