Vampire Facial Microneedling in Jacksonville Florida
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Microneedling in Jax Fl became all the rage a few years back thanks in part to the celebrity power of Kim Kardashian who shared her experience with her millions of fans.
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The Vampire Facial is becoming the #1 natural skin renewing treatment for women and men alike. With the power of advanced science and your own regenrative cells, you may get unbeatable results.
What is the Vampire Facial?
While it may look scary, the vampire facial is safe and proves to have great results. First you receive a simple microneedling treatment. Platelet-rich plasma cells, better known as PRP, taken from your own blood are applied on top of the skin during your microneedling treatment to help regenerate collagen and give you amazing results!
What is Microneedling?
Microneedling involves creating micro-traumas to the skin with tiny needles to stimulate the body’s natural healing process. By creating these tiny, purposeful injuries your body responds with a natural healing process that helps you regenerate new skin cells and even blood vessels. We use the only FDA approved microneedling device called the Skin Pen to treat our clients.
Regenerative Cell Topicals
Platelet Rich Plasma, taken from your own blood, contains powerhouse cells naturally produced in the body that can help stimulate the rejuvenation of skin cells and tightening of the skin. For even better results, add Exosomes to your microneedling session to see remarkable improvements.
Treat crows feet, laugh lines, acne scars, sun spots and more. You can also get microneedling treatments to help the decolete, back of hands, and even stretch marks on the body. Add regenerative cells to your microneedling treatment to help speed up the renewal & healing process and to increase plumpness & firmness.
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Vampire Facial & Microneedling Most Frequent Questions and Answers
- Gray or sallow skin due to lack of blood flow
- Fine lines & wrinkles
- Crows feet
- mokers lip lines
- Age spots & sun damage
- Scars from acne, chickenpox or injuries
- Droopy or crepe skin
- We will apply a topical anesthetic to your face to minimize discomfort
- Next, we draw a small amount of blood from your arm and put this into a centrifuge to extract your platelet rich plasma cells.
- Then you will receive a microneedling treatment using the FDA approved SkinPen.
- We’ll apply your PRP cells to your skin during your microneedling treatment so that they can penetrate the skin and aid in recovery and rejuvenation. of your skin.
You may experience some redness or bruising immediately after your treatment. Most people return to work the next day. We recommend you schedule your facial on a day where you do not have any important events afterward.
Do not wash your skin until the following day to allow your PRP cells time to maximize results. Avoid UV exposure, makeup, exercise and sweating, saunas and tanning beds. We recommend you apply sunscreen to your skin daily.
You will notice improvement in the tone and texture of your skin within a few days. You can expect to see maximum results wihtin 3 months as new collagen and elastin will have time to form.
Results typically last 12-24 months.
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Want To Know More About Microneedling & Vampire Facials?
Let’s jump into a bit more about how this service may help you.
Is vampire facial Microneedling the real deal and What’s the history and science behind this procedure?
Microneedling therapy, which is also sometimes referred to as collagen induction therapy or percutaneous collagen induction, is a popular skin rejuvenation therapy that has gained a lot of notoriety over the past decade.
What started as just the process of Microneedling has evolved with the incorporation of platelet-rich plasma (PRP) in Florida, with the goal of increasing the cosmetic outcomes and benefits. Studies have shown that the addition of PRP to Microneedling procedures has definitely positively influenced the results that patients are experiences.
The History of Microneedling Therapy
The use of Microneedling isn’t necessarily new, it actually first gained major attention back in the 1990s. Initially, this procedure was described as tattooing without the pigment and was used for the treatment of achromatic and hypertrophic scarring.
This concept then evolved, when doctors developed a drum-shaped device with fine, protruding needs that puncture the skin. Since then, Microneedling devices have evolved and expanded even further to now include devices like the SkinPen—the first medical Microneedling device to be cleared by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to be clinically proven to safely and effectively treat acne and scarring for individuals ages 22 and up.
How Does Microneedling & PRP Work?
Microneedling works by promoting skin rejuvenation. This procedure uses small puncture wounds in the epidermis and dermis of your skin. These injuries then trigger the “wound healing cascade” and alters the inflection of growth factors that promote regenerative effects in the skin.
After a microneedling session, your skin begins to increase in elastic fiber formation, collagen deposition, and dermal thickness. When collagen is built up and deposited in the skin as a result of this procedure, it does so in the optimal lattice pattern as opposed to the parallel bundles that are typical with scarring.
In essence, microneedling preserves the overall integrity of your skin—the epidermal layers. This allows the epidermis to heal without any abnormalities or scarring as the microneedling work happens below the skin’s surface.
Anytime the skin is injured, it causes a cascade of natural events that are all aimed at healing the injury. There are signaling proteins and electrical cell signals that are released during this process that results in the production of new collagen and elastin fibers as well as enhanced blood circulation to the injured area. Also, when there are micro-injuries to the small capillaries, the result is the release of platelets from the blood vessels.
Platelets, as we know, have tons of potential growth factors. These growth factors can further stimulate more new collagen productions. They also promote and enable the rapid resealing of the puncture wounds without any risk of scarring.
This procedure has been used to improve several skin issues beyond just skin rejuvenation. For example, in a patient with atrophic acne scarring, this therapy can lead to overall diminished scar appearance, improved skin texture, and increased self-confidence in the patient. Burn scars have also been shown to be receptive to this treatment as well, giving hope to people who have been scarred and maimed by heat or fire.
Lastly, microneedling has also shown evidence of treating androgenic alopecia (male or female pattern baldness). This procedure can increase hair regrowth in patients who have responded poorly with other conventional hair regrowth treatments.
PRP’s Role in Microneedling
Now that you understand what microneedling is and a bit about its history, where does PRP come in to play?
PRP is developed by enriching the blood with a concentration of platelets. The preparation begins with whole blood that’s obtained through a blood draw. The blood samples then undergo centrifugation which allows the blood to separate into three different layers: platelet-poor plasma, PRP, and erythrocytes. For reference, the blood typically has a platelet count of around 200,000 microliters; per 5mL volume and PRP aims to produce a platelet count of at least 1,000,000 microliters.
One of the most attractive components of PRP, and the reason why it’s used in microneedling procedures, is its high concentration of growth factors. These growth factors include platelet-derived growth factor, transforming growth factor, vascular endothelial growth factor, and epithelial growth factor—all essential to the rebuilding and rejuvenation of tissue.
Platelets, in their original form, are too large to go through the skin, therefore they need to be either injected or sent through ports made by small puncture wounds in the skin—as is the case with microneedling. Immediately after microneedling, PRP can simply be spread on top of the punctured skin. Once applied to the micro-holes in the skin, it can rapidly be absorbed and get right to work.
Vampire facials have proven to be much more effective in skin rejuvenation than just microneedling alone because of the greater number of platelets and growth factors that are released into the skin.
A further refinement of vampire facials is with the use of microneedling “guns” like the SkinPen. These can deliver the PRP directly into the skin with rapid microinjections. The major advantage of using these devices as opposed to spreading PRP directly on the face is that these devices can reach much deeper into the skin, thereby forcing more PRP within and promoting a more effective treatment.