Things you need to know about the vampire facelift
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.