Despite its name inspiring thoughts of creatures of the night, the Vampire Facelift is an excellent treatment for patients that like the idea of a facelift, but fear going under the knife. The Vampire Facelift is non-surgical and utilizes a mixture of natural fillers along with your own plasma to rejuvenate your facial appearance, smoothing out wrinkles and adding volume back to your face.

This “designer procedure” starts by drawing your blood just like a blood test. After that, the blood is spun down in a centrifuge to separate out the platelet-rich plasma, which is then reinjected along with natural fillers such as hyaluronic acid and calcium chloride into specific parts of the face. Kim Kardashian made it famous, but with this treatment, you can take the years off your appearance.

93% people “Like” Vampire Facelift.
$1800 average cost.
0-2 days downtime.
Topical Anesthetic. Individual results will vary.
The information on this page has been reviewed for medical accuracy by
Dr. Allen Silanee, MD, FACOG
Allen Silanee, MD, is board-certified in obstetrics and gynecology (OBGYN) in Florida. Dr. Silanee has more than 18 years of experience in the obstetrics and gynecology field. Dr. Silanee is an expert in women’s health, specializing in general women’s OBGYN care and sexual wellness, as well as minimally invasive gynecology surgery, including robotic-assisted procedures.
 Vampire Facelift History

History of Vampire Facelift

Since the 1990s, platelet-rich plasma (PRP) has been used and noted for its ability to promote healing due to results in orthopedics, dentistry, and reconstructive surgery. Starting in the 2000s, PRP saw expanded use with its application in sports medicine to promote connective tissue repair along with bone graft healing. The spotlight on athlete recovery paved the way for what we know today as the Vampire Facelift. However, the treatment became infamous and synonymous with pop culture when Kim Kardashian popularized the procedure on Instagram.

Today, the treatment has only gained momentum as the results speak for themselves. Since the FDA does not approve a person’s blood, there is no need for FDA approval for the procedure itself. However, it is important to note that the devices used in the procedure along with preparation methods must be FDA approved to guarantee patient safety.

Benefits of Vampire Facelifts by AgeEnvy

Vampire Facelift Benefits

An improved and more youthful facial appearance is the primary benefit patients receive with the Vampire Facelift. However, there are additional benefits that include:

  • Improved facial shape
  • Skin tone improvement
  • Skin texture improvement
  • Reduction of fine lines
  • Reduction of wrinkles
  • Restoration of lost facial volume

In addition to these benefits, it has been noted that the rejuvenating nature of the Vampire Face Lift promotes new skin growth, which turns back the clock on facial aging.

Happy Consumer

I had lost volume in my face and it was quickly getting worse. My Doctor recommended a Vampire Facelift and it was by far the best recommendation. I’m so happy with my results!

Amanda D.
Vampire Facelift Q&A
 Vampire Facelift Getting Started

Getting Started with Vampire Facelift

Finding an expert is as simple as visiting our online community. At AgeEnvy, valuable information detailing Vampire Facelift treatments, as well as qualified practitioners for this treatment, is at your fingertips. Keep in mind that your health and safety comes first with any treatment. That’s why our mission is to give consumers control over their health by getting them connected with practitioners that are licensed, verified experts focused on Vampire Facelift procedures.

Possible Vampire Facelift Side Effects

Possible treatment side effects include:

  • Itchy feeling
  • Swelling
  • Bruising
  • Burning
  • Discoloration
  • Psychological (sensitivity to the site of blood)

FAQS About Vampire Facelift

Here you will find answers to our user’s most common questions. Our goal is to keep you easily informed as you research ways to realize your age management potential. If you have a question that isn’t answered here, please ask a doctor.

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How much does Vampire Facelift cost?

Your geographic location and your chosen practitioner will play a role in overall cost. However, the main factor in cost variation stems from the number of fillers needed to obtain desired results. Some patients need more of the filler than others. On average the cost starts at approximately $1800 for treatment.

How many Vampire Facelift treatments will I need?

Some patients will only need one treatment, but most will require the standard of three treatments spaced a month apart. Your starting point and response to treatment will play a role in the number of treatments needed. Consult with your practitioner to determine a plan of action.

How long is the recovery time with Vampire Facelift?

Very little if any downtime is needed after this procedure. For those who suffer from side effects, they may want to take it easy for a couple of days. It is recommended for all patients to limit all vigorous activity for at least 24 hours after the procedure.

How quickly will I see results from Vampire Facelift?

For most patients, the results are immediate. You will most likely notice the results even before you leave the office. However, if you’re prone to bruising or swelling these side effects may obscure the results until they go away. For those who need multiple treatments, it may take a couple of them to realize optimal results.

How long will my Vampire Facelift results last?

The results last a long time especially considering that its nonsurgical in nature. For most patients, they will experience results lasting between 1-2 years. Many patients choose to do annual maintenance treatments to maintain their results.

Are there other similar options to Vampire Facelift?

The most similar option is its cousin the Vampire Facial. It is designed for facial rejuvenation as well but with different results and goals in mind. In addition, many choose to use the fillers by themselves depending on their desired results. When it comes to new skin entirely, a case could be made for the similarity in effect seen in chemical peels but the procedure is vastly different in application.