A vampire facial is more than taking a shot to the face

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A vampire facial is more than taking a shot to the face

One of the latest crazes is the Vampire Facial. And no, it has nothing to do with vampires. It’s just that it’s a treatment using a person’s own blood platelets.

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EDMOND, OK – A pat-pat here, and a pat-pat there, and a couple of brand new straws is how some people stay young and fair.

People will do just about anything to keep looking young.

Sticking electrical wires into your face seems like a shocking way to get rid of wrinkles.

One of the latest crazes is the Vampire Facial. And no, it has nothing to do with vampires. It’s just that it’s a treatment using a person’s own blood platelets. It’s supposed to heal tissue and re-generate cells.

First, the doctor slathers your face with numbing cream, then draws blood from your arm. It’s run through a machine that turns it into yellowish stuff that’s shot into the face by about a dozen little needles.

It takes about four weeks before you see any results.

The so-called vampire facial may not be for everyone, but it might be less scary than some other things we’ve seen.

 

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