How Can the Vampire Facial Help You Achieve the Clean, Clear Skin You’ve Always Wanted!
When it comes to achieving the clean, clear skin you’ve always wanted – it seems like with each passing day a new and unique treatments comes about, claiming to do just that. And while many of these “fad” procedures doo in fact offer some sort of benefits, the main fact is that the vast majority don’t really have much at all to offer patients no matter how severe or how simple their skincare issues might be. However, no matter how unique the client’s skincare concerns might be, whether it be wrinkles, and fine lines, acne, and a whole lot more – they have got you covered. According to the team at Alluring Medical Spa, known to offer some of the best Vampire Facial and Acne MIcroneedling procedures around, all to often however, patients are relatively uneducated as to what these procedures(s) actually do anyway, and will often end up wasting a lot of time and additional money expensive. Now in order to better educate our client with all that they need to know about things like dermarolling skin needling, acne microneedling, the Vampire facial and much more., here are some of the most important facts needed by to know in regards to addressing your skincare needs.Traditional Vampire Facial or acne microneedling, is used to treat everything from age spots and wrinkles to scarring and certain forms of hyperpigmentation. PRP may boost these effects and help you achieve your desired results faster. Although microneedling can be used to treat scars and stretch marks on other areas of the body, most studies with PRP and scars seem to be focused on treatment of the face.The term vampire facial is typically used to refer to ance microneedling with PRP used topically, afterward.Most patients are good candidates for this type of the procedure, with few contraindications to treatment existing. For many candidates who are looking into or have had a certain procedure done recently, this type of a procedure may not be a good idea.
You should most likely avoid such instances, especially in case that you:
· are pregnant
· use or recently used Accutane for acne
· still have active acne resulting in new scarring
· have certain skin conditions, such as facial eczema or rosacea
· scar easily
· have a history of poor wound healing
· have undergone skin radiation in the last 12 months
another common misconception about such a procedure us that before I that you should everything before going in. In fact, this often couldn’t by further from the truth right, and often your dermarolling surgeon will generally leave you with a certain vital aspect that need to be fixed immediately, some of which include, when it comes to the appointmentIts important to thing of these two procedures as. Here are some important things to know during and after your treatments. It’s important to think that the procedures will probably only take two full steps in total. The actual procedure involves two steps. The microneedling portion lasts about 30 minutes, depending on the areas treated. During this time your doctor will roll a professional-grade derma roller or FDA-approved device on the desired areas on your face.A syringe of blood will be drawn, usually from your arm, while your face is numbing. The blood is then put into a centrifuge, which separates the PRP from other components of the blood.The PRP solution is then massaged into the treatment area, usually after microneedling. The microneedling treatment creates small controlled micro punctures in the skin, allowing for penetration of the PRP. The PRP can completely strengthen the tissue in and around the area of the wound. Another important thing to understand is that Once the procedure is finished, your doctor may apply a serum or balm to help soothe any redness and irritation. You may also have the option to put on makeup to camouflage any temporary side effects.Unless an adverse reaction occurs, you’re free to go home at this point. Although many people are comfortable enough to drive home, arranging a ride home in advance can help alleviate any uncertainty.
Side Effects & Risks
In the vast majority of pregnancies may not always happen, but is depended on many facts. Bruises and inflammation, including swelling and redness, are the most common side effects. They typically appear immediately after the procedure and clear within four to six days.You’ll also want to avoid sun exposure and harsh skin treatments during this time. It’s important that you don’t rub or pick at your face. Sun protection is also very important.The good news is that PRP contains your own blood, so there’s little chance of cross-contamination or infection. Rare, but serious, complications include infection and scarring.If you have a history of herpes simplex, or cold sores, it’s also possible that you may have an outbreak from having this procedure done. Let your provider know if you’ve ever had cold sores. For more information on all there is to offer at Alluring Image, be sure to contact us today.