Vampire Facial®

Turn Back Time with this Anti-Aging Procedure

Three of the most common visible facial signs of aging include fine lines and wrinkles, loss of volume, and change in skin tone. A Vampire Facial®, otherwise known as a Vampire Facial, at Milestone Aesthetics  utilizes PRP therapy to help patients look younger. Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) to restore lost volume, increase the production of collagen, and simultaneously heal damaged tissue. Vampire Facials® at Milestone Aesthetics utilize our state-of-the-art plasma injector. Rather than placing your platelet-rich plasma only on the surface, you now have the option of a nearly painless injection method that will place PRP just under the surface of your skin for deeper penetration and more collagen simulation.



Because The Vampire Facial® utilizes Platelet-Rich Plasma from a person’s own blood and is not a chemical or synthetic substance, it is remarkably safe.

Combines Fillers with PRP

Vampire Facials® combine dermal fillers with PRP derived from a patient’s own blood to provide an overall youthful and rejuvenated appearance. By combining these two treatments, results from a Vampire Facelift may be more visible and last longer than dermal fillers alone.

Rejuvenate Appearance

The Vampire Facelift can be used to restore lost facial volume, improve the appearance of uneven skin tone, and smooth out rough complexions.

The Procedure:

One of our professional estheticians first places hyaluronic acid dermal fillers in strategic places on the face to restore lost facial volume and lift the desired area of the face. Platelet-Rich Plasma is then applied to enhance these results by stimulating collagen production in the deeper layers of the skin through natural growth factors. Platelet Rich Plasma derived from the patient’s own blood is used to rebuild tissue and reduce telltale signs of aging. The Vampire Facelift stimulates collagen production, allowing the treated area to regain a youthful glow.

The effects of the Vampire Facelift will steadily improve for two to three months and can last up to two years.