Things you need to know about the vam­pire facelift

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Pop­u­larly known as the vam­pire facelift, this process is of­fi­cially called platelet-rich fib­rin ma­trix (PRFM); in the United States it’s sim­ply called Sel­phyl.

The treat­ment got its spooky name be­cause it in­volves ex­tract­ing blood from a pa­tient, sep­a­rat­ing the platelets, then in­ject­ing it back to give the de­sired re­sult.

The ef­fects in­clude smoother and brighter skin, which makes you look younger.

The gen­eral idea is to speed up the skin’s abil­ity to self-re­pair and re­gen­er­ate, with your own platelet-rich blood.

Al­though the process mostly in­volves re-in­ject­ing the blood into ar­eas such as the face or neck, it can also be ap­plied top­i­cally.

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