Vampire Facelift FAQ’s

Vampire Facelift is a treatment in which a person’s blood is used. 10-30 ml of blood is taken, centrifuged & Vampire Facelift is obtained. This is a mixture rich in a variety of growth factors. This is a healing mix obtained from your blood. This has been used in sports medicine and dentistry for a long time. Over the last decade the Vampire Facelift has become an established treatment modality for hair issues and anti-ageing.

Vampire Facelift is an excellent treatment for patients having hair fall or hair thinning.

Vampire Facelift works very well in improving the fine lines and giving you a youthful look.

Vampire Facelift has also been found to work in cases of scars.

Vampire Facelift works well in the treatment of non-healing ulcers.

People with early stage of male and female pattern baldness with a regular or average amount of platelets in their blood, are good candidate. Most healthy individuals can undergo this treatment after consultation with their dermatologist.

Patients having bleeding disorders, low platelet count or those on blood thinners or steroids are not good candidates for Vampire Facelift.

Once Vampire Facelift is made, it is injected on your scalp/ face using very fine needles.

Vampire Facelift treatment takes around an 1 hour for the complete process.

Some mild discomfort may be felt while the Vampire Facelift is being injected. The sensation typically felt is a burning or tingling sensation. This sensation only lasts a few minutes after the Vampire Facelift injected.

In case of hair treatments, the effect is usually seen after 2-3 sessions done at a monthly gap.

In case of face treatments the effect is usually visible after 2 sessions.

The total number of sessions needed varies from patient to patient. On an average 4-6 sessions are done at a monthly gap followed by maintenance sessions every 3-4 months.

Results from Vampire Facelift injections can be seen for a long time after treatment. While we cannot stop the aging process, we can slow it down. Results from Vampire Facelift injections can be extended with maintenance session. The medicines prescribed by the doctor need to be continued especially in cases of hair thining.

Vampire Facelift is most popularly used to treat the face, neck, scalp for hair growth and scars.

There is no downtime associated Vampire Facelift injections; However, after your treatment, your skin may be red. This is normal and to be expected. Redness usually lasts from one to 24 hours. You may also have a little swelling in some areas.

Vampire Facelift used for aesthetic procedures are safe for most individuals. There are very few contraindications with Vampire Facelift injections. The most common side effects associated with Vampire Facelift injections are mild to moderate swelling and redness.

For at least 48 hours and up to a week before your treatment, avoid blood-thinning medications and supplements (with your doctor’s permission), as well as NSAIDs, alcohol, and anti-inflammatory medications. Shower the morning of your treatment and wash your hair very thoroughly using your regular shampoo. Do not apply sprays, gels, or any other styling products to your hair. Avoid smoking and alcohol consumption.

It is normal to experience bruising, redness, itching, swelling and/or soreness that may last from 2-5 days following your treatment

Avoid wetting the scalp or shampooing for next 12 hours•

Avoid vigorous exercise, sun, sauna, heat exposure and hair care products for at least 2 days after your treatment.

Do not use any hair products for at least 6 hours after your treatment. •

Avoid alcohol, caffeine, and smoking for 3 days after treatment.

You can resume minoxidil application 2 days post Vampire Facelift treatment.