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The beauty industry got us used to vaccinating toxins, acids and fats into our skin, but now it is our own blood that is being used in a new cosmetic process quickly dubbed "the vampire facelift" or PRP treatment. Always more than enthusiastic to obtain the promise of eternal youth, Hollywood has made these provocative facelifts famous in their own right. The favorite of celebs such as Bar Refaeli and Kim Kardashian, the vampire facelift is now becoming a budding cosmetic trend across the globe. In contrast to its name, however, the vampire facelift is not a surgical procedure, and consequently it is not a real facelift. The vampire facelift or PRP therapy, as it is formally known (PRP stands for platelet rich plasma), is a non-surgical cosmetic method which encompasses drawing your own blood from a vein, processing it, and then re-vaccinating it into your face. Get more info here about PRP therapy by Dr. S. K. Kashyap in detail.

The oxidant-rich platelet plasma is then pooled with synthetic fillers such as Restylane or Juvederm, and vaccinated back into your skin. The vampire facelift process promises to invigorate your complexion by stimulating your skin's natural collagen production, in expectations of confiscating hoary acne scars, filling in those fine lines and crinkles and plumping up hollow cheeks. Your skin should consequently look less gray, more young-looking and glowing; the effects should last for up to two years. Although these entitlements have not yet been proved in a national clinical trial, some were speedy to call this procedure the most stimulating breakthrough in the aesthetic medicine today!

This PRP therapy is amazing for those in their late thirties or early forties. There are no blemishing and downtime and the entire procedure can be done in half an hour. If a person is serious about this treatment, he or she can contact a reputable dermatologist in Delhi.