It rose to star status after Kim Kardashian famously trialled the seemingly gory procedure and now it’s a popular part of many people’s treatment plan. The latest noninvasive craze, PRP is commonly referred to as the ‘vampire facial’ because it involves extracting blood from your arm, spinning it in a centrifuge then dermastamping it into your face. Sounds scary, right? However, it looks worse than it is, says Stone, who performs a similar Prp-based treatment coined the Vampire Facial Plus. “It’s our best treatment for boosting skin texture, thickness and luminosity.” More than just another celebrity fad, experts say it really works. “Results include reduced pore size, bouncier skin and an improvement of the fine ‘crepey’ skin around the eyes,” Stone explains.
Unlike a facial, a peel penetrates deeper than the surface