Vampire Facial – PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma)

Vampire Facial (PRP Injection) is also called Autologous Cellular Regeneration (ACR). It is a completely natural approach to skin rejuvenation using your body’s own cells – a type of stem cell therapy specifically for your skin.

PRP injections can be used on areas of your face and body where the skin is thinning or sagging, where there are age spots, wrinkling, or thin, empty tissue. A quantity of your own blood is collected and passed through a special process. This separates plasma containing a high concentration of blood platelets that are particularly rich in their ability to heal and restore. The plasma is then injected or through needling into the areas to be treated. Because a PRP injection is regeneration using your own cells, it is an excellent therapy to use as a component of increasingly popular combination therapy. In this way, it can strengthen the results of other anti-ageing treatments such as line and wrinkle relaxing injections and restoration of facial volume.

Which areas can be treated with PRP?

  • Fine delicate skin around the eyes
  • Cheeks and mid-face
  • Neck
  • Jaw line
  • Décolletage
  • Backs of hands and arms


  • Overall rejuvenation for plumper and firmer skin
  • Improves skin texture and radiance
  • Reduces wrinkles and fine lines
  • Minimises pores
  • Reduces acne scars

Ideal Number of Sessions

The process is usually repeated within 4-6 weeks, a session of 3 is recommended, and then repeated 6 month or once a year for maintenance.


Pre-treatment care and precaution
  • Avoid unprotected ultraviolet ray exposure (such as from the sun) for a minimum of 4 weeks before your treatment, as well as throughout the duration of your treatments.
  • Apply broad-spectrum sun protection of at least SPF 30+ (UVB/UVA) daily.
  • Refrain from using prescription vitamin A supplements or strong over-the- counter retinols at least 5 days prior to your treatment (unless advised otherwise).
  • Continue to take anti-viral medication prior to treatment if you have a history of herpes or cold sores to proactively prevent an onset caused by the procedure.
  • Any areas treatment with muscle relaxants must be completely healed before the treatment may be performed. This means that no swelling, bruising, discomfort, or redness may be present on the skin prior to treatment.
  • Refrain from causing unnecessary trauma to the skin, such as from waxing, during the healing phase of the treatment.
  • Treatment cannot proceed if you have any skin conditions and diseases such as skin cancer, dermatological diseases, blood disorders and platelets abnormalities.
  • Treatment cannot proceed if you are under medications such as aspirin, anti-inflammatory.

If you have any concerns pertaining to lifestyle or medication changes during your treatment, please contact the clinic. This will help us provide you with the best possible treatment outcome.


Post-treatment care
  • Mild to moderate skin sensitivity, redness and swelling of the treated area, which will last 12-24 hours; ice or cold compresses, can be applied to reduce swelling if required.
  • Refrain from using perfumed or oily moisturisers and lotions, as well as those that contain active ingredients such as retinols, glycolic acids, and vitamin C.
  • Apply broad-spectrum sun protection of at least SPF 30+ (UVB/UVA) daily, and avoid unnecessary sun exposure.
  • Avoid exercise, swimming or other activities that produce heat for 24 to 48 hours.
  • Refrain from waxing or any other skin treatment during the healing phase.
  • The treated area may experience dryness and flaking. Gentle exfoliation can help remove the dead skin if required.

Should you sense any cause for concern, please contact the clinic immediately for further post-treatment care instructions.





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