Has Your Blood Sucked by Vampire Therapy for Younger Looking Skin!
Posted January 18, 2013 in Uncategorized
It may sound bizarre but it’s true — you can have a portion of your blood sucked out from your system for as little as 20 minutes, have it separated into different components, and your platelets concentrated for a more rejuvenated appearance on your end. If you’re living within or near the Beverly Hills area, you might want to visit Rejuvalife Vitality Institute to witness science at work in fighting aging through a session of Beverly Hills Vampire Therapy.
Okay, we’re not talking about the likes of Dracula or Edward Cullen here. The Vampire Therapy System, medically known as the Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy, involves taking around 30 to 60 ml of your blood to be spun for 15 to 20 minutes in a centrifuge. The extracted blood is separated into several components; the platelet portion is injected and mixed with PRP to stimulate collagen production. Consequently, your skin looks younger, refreshed and healthier.
Apart from its primary clotting function, platelets contain certain growth factors which when released stimulate the production of collagen and promote the formation of new capillaries resulting to rejuvenated skin.
As opposed to other treatments, there is no danger of experiencing hypersensitivity reactions with vampire therapy as your own blood is used in the procedure.
Common Problems Treated with Vampire Therapy
The following problems are often recommended to be treated with Vampire Therapy:
- sagging skin
- bag and wrinkles around the eyes
- nasolabial grooves
- acne scars
- fine wrinkles around the eyes
- forehead wrinkles
At the Rejuvalife Vitality Institute, you will be assured that Dr. Andre Berger will see to it that your Vampire Therapy Plan is tailored and suited to your own needs and preferences. Highly experienced in PRP, Dr. Berger is the person to see in Beverly Hills if you’re keen and interested in trying out sessions of Vampire Therapy. Call us at 310.695.1051 or fill out this contact form for a complimentary consultation.