During the summer of 2012, this Examiner reported on cutting edge technology in the field of cosmetic procedures, the Vampire FaceLift, and recently had the pleasure of interviewing Dr. Kevin Aister, of Artemis Image in Scottsdale Arizona, who studied under the direction of Vampire FaceLift founder, Dr. Charles Runels.
The world of beauty has been all abuzz with recent advancements in cosmetic procedures that defy Mother Nature such as the Vampire FaceLift® Procedure™, which uses the plasma from your own blood injected into trouble zones. The healing effect the method produces on the skin, rather than just filling wrinkles and lines, intrigued this writer and Dr. Aister was the right person to detail this latest approach at younger looking skin.
Combining the science of hyaluronic acid fillers (ie. Restylane and Juvederm), unipotent stem cells, and beauty, the Vampire FaceLift provides a custom designer cosmetic procedure utilizing the blood’s plasma to rejuvenate skin cells.
The process began in 2008 with doctors healing professional athletes’ muscle injuries, and now Dr. Charles Runels, who has trademarked the Vampire FaceLift, is bringing this same technique to the world of cosmetic corrections to create younger looking skin.
During the interview, Dr. Aister was careful not to call the Vampire FaceLift an anti-aging procedure, as nothing can stop aging, but rather a way to rejuvenate the stem cells in skin tissue to create a youthful glow. Skin will appear healthier; have increased volume and a change in color and texture, a vibrant healthy glow. Eventually fine lines will disappear and it has even shown to correct the marks left by acne.
Dr. Aister assures that the Vampire FaceLift is a safe procedure with minimal side effects. The results are not immediate, however in two weeks patients start to see a glow and the full effects are visible within two to three months. One visit is all it takes for younger looking skin that last up to a year.
The Vampire FaceLift Procedure is simple, completed in one short-term office visit. A numbing cream is used topically and an HA facial filler such as Juvéderm shapes the face. Next a tube of blood is drawn and run through a centrifuge to extract the platelet rich plasma then activated with calcium chloride. The serum is then injected into trouble zones for an instant lift with zero down time. The skin color is vibrant, new collagen is formed, the epidermis is rejuvenated and skin appears smoother.
Dr. Aister is a top cosmetic doctor practicing out of the Artemis Laser & Vein Center in Scottsdale Arizona, the cosmetic surgery capital of the world. The image center is one of the most advanced state-of-the art facilities in the world. Dr. Aister has 25 years of emergency room experience and combined with his extensive proficiency within the medical field and a passion for helping others look and feel their best, enables him to bring a unique approach to patients looking for more personalized needs in cosmetic procedures.
Because the creator of the Vampire FaceLift, Dr. Runels, trademarked the name and procedure, the cost is the same across the country, $1500. Don’t be fooled by imitators, if you don’t live near Scottsdale Arizona where Dr. Aister is located and are interested in the Vampire FaceLift® Procedure visit the website to find physicians listed that are proficient and certified in this innovative cosmetic procedure that provides you with a glowing, more youthful appearance.
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