There's all sorts of facial treatments on the market to explore. Most are probably not as torturing as the fire facial currently being experienced in China, but many are just as interesting to learn about, and for some, even try.
Kim shared her experience with the world on (March 11), while filming an episode of Kourtney and Kim Take Miami. During the preparation process, she described the experience as painful. "Oh. my God," she said. "I will never get a face lift if it feels like that."
The vampire facelift, commonly known as Vampire Therapy or Blood Therapy, is manufactured by Sephyl. The non-surgical treatment is relatively new, and claims to eliminate wrinkles, and make the skin look younger, by injecting Platelet-rich Plasma (PRP), derived from your own blood, into the face. It involves the use of blood plasma, enriched through a special process to increase the concentration of platelets. These platelets contain bioactive proteins and growth factors that serve to accelerate tissue repair and regeneration, and activate stem cells.
Many consumers seem to be satisfied with the Sephyl System, and prefer the service over Botox. But, it should also be noted that despite what some doctor's are claiming, as of today, the treatment does not appear to be FDA approved.