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Vampire Facial™ Training – What to Expect & What They Are

Posted by Nima | December 6, 2021

What Is The Vampire Facial™?

The Vampire Facial is a one-of-a-kind facial aesthetic treatment that combines platelet rich plasma with micro-needling on the face.

A patient’s arm is pricked and their blood is filtered through a centrifuge, which separates the PRP (platelet-rich plasma). The patient’s face is treated with a numbing cream, such as lidocaine, to prevent them from feeling too much pain and then micro-needling or microdermabrasion are performed to the face.

The process of producing new collagen, stem cells, and improving texture, color, and vibrancy in skin is known as dermal regeneration. After the growth factors in PRP stimulate multipotent stem cells that are already present in the skin (making them believe there’s been an injury and new younger tissue should develop), they activate them.

The suggested benefits of a vampire facial are:

  • Reduced wrinkles
  • Plump skin
  • Faded or diminished acne scars
  • Brightened skin

Why Try Vampire Facial™ Training?

The Vampire Facial™ has become one of today’s most popular rejuvenation treatments. Adding this information to your resume gives you a significant edge in the field of esthetics. During the Vampire Facial™ training, you’ll learn to take advantage of PRP therapy’s restorative properties. Dr. Charles Runels, a well-known physician who specializes in plastic surgery and regenerative medicine, developed these procedures.

All physicians strive to provide better care for their patients. You will be providing excellent care by offering the Vampire Facial. The name trademarking is an extremely successful, fast, and simple approach to protect a business’s name. With our Vampire Facial™ training session, you’ll be able to use the trademarked name legally as well as learn how to carry out and market this innovative therapy.

After completing the Vampire Facial™ training program, participants will be certified to request the right to use these trademarked names, which can make you stand out in today’s esthetic market. You can generate new clients and a steady cash flow through this office procedure. Following a single session, you’ll be ready to begin providing services.

In the Vampire Facial™ training program, you’ll practice performing PRP draws, PRP spinning and preparation, and microneedling the PRP into the patient’s skin using models. Microneedling experiences are required before taking on the vampire facial training program. Estheticians and other licensed professionals who wish to improve their skills may take this course. The following are examples of professional licenses: RN, PA, APRN, MD, and DO. To ensure that you may lawfully perform these services in your state, NIMA recommends that you contact your state regulatory commission to double-check that you have the necessary license.

What to Expect at NIMA’s Vampire Facial™ Training Program:

  • Vampire Facial™ Patient Selection
  • Vampire Facial™ Pre & Post Care
  • Vampire Facial™ Setting Client Expectations
  • Vampire Facial™ Pre & Post Care FAQs
  • Vampire Facial™ Protocols and Treatment Plans
  • Combination treatments utilizing PRP therapies
  • Overview of Vampire Facial Plus™ & Vampire
  • Facelift™ protocols

Physician Demonstrations:

  • Vampire Facial™
  • Vampire Facial Plus™
  • PRP Hair Therapy

Model Treatments:

  • 2 Hands-on treatments
  • 2 Assisting a treatment
  • 1 Receiving a treatment

Learning Objectives:

  • Discuss the science supporting the use of PRP Platelet Rich plasma in aesthetic medicine and facial rejuvenation.
  • Examine the relevant scientific evidence for microneedling in aesthetic medicine and face rejuvenation.
  • Understand client selection and pre- and post-care.
  • Setting up reasonable expectations and treatment intervals.
  • Understand the setup and procedure of the Vampire Facial Protocol.

Beyond The Vampire Facial™ Training, Does It Work?

The effectiveness of vampire facials is based on plasma. Plasma is a high-quality protein that transports nutrients, protein, and hormones to the rest of the body. This is supposed to stimulate collagen and elastin production in the skin, resulting in firmer, younger-looking skin.

Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is another alternative therapy that may help the body heal. It may also be used to mark the hairline and encourage hair growth.

It can also be used to help heal sports injuries, muscular issues, arthritis, and other problems. Although there is little evidence on vampire facials in particular, studies suggest PRP may help promote hair growth, ease pain from osteoarthritis, and treat sports injuries.

One study found that “both fine and coarse texture improved significantly more with a single treatment of PRP than with normal saline.”

Is it Safe?

Vampire facials are typically regarded as safe if performed with sanitized equipment in a clean environment. People with early wrinkles or hyperpigmentation who want to tone down the darkness in their skin are good candidates for the treatment.

However, as with most aesthetic treatments, unsanitary equipment raises the danger of infection and illness, so do extensive research before selecting your doctor.

What to Expect When Receiving The Treatment During The Vampire Facial Training

Here’s what to anticipate before, during, and after the Vampire Facial™ training procedure.

Because your body replaces approximately three days’ worth of plasma every three days, you should aim to eat a nutritious diet at least for the three days before your visit.

Before the procedure, your trainee will cleanse your skin and apply a topical anesthetic to numb the region. A small sample of blood will be collected from your arm and placed in the centrifuge to separate the platelets while your face numbs.

The trainee will puncture your skin using a tiny needling instrument after you’ve been nice and numb for a while. Finally, the PRP will be applied and worked into the skin.

To conclude, your trainee may apply a lotion to help speed up the healing process and prevent infection. All in all, it takes anywhere from 30-45 minutes.

Vampire facials are incredibly popular, with little or no downtime and you may even drive yourself home after the treatment! There’s no danger of rejection since you’re utilizing your body’s own blood components.

Possible side effects following the procedure may include:

  • Redness
  • Swelling
  • Itching
  • Dry skin
  • Bruising
  • Tingling

Enrolling in a Vampire Facial™ Training Program

  • The course at NIMA fills up quickly, so it’s best to sign up fast. We have more information on Vampire Facial™ training and details of what to expect in your course.

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