WHAT IS A VAMPIRE BREAST LIFT?

Uh oh … vampires? No, you don’t need to grab your braid of garlic or holy water. Unlike actual bloodsuckers, this procedure is actually good for your appearance … and in the end, you get your blood back. So what are we talking about, exactly?

The vampire breast lift.

Perhaps you’ve seen information about vampire breast lifts online or heard about how effective they are. Maybe you’ve been researching surgical breast lifts and wish there were a less invasive option with significantly reduced healing time. Perhaps you’re just looking for the best option to boost and perk up the contents of your bra.
No matter what drew you to this article, we have good news: The Vampire breast lift may be exactly what you’re looking for. Let’s take a quick look at what it is, what conditions it helps and who it’s right for.

 

What Is a Vampire Breast Lift?

 

The vampire breast lift uses PRP technology, which stands for “platelet-rich plasma.” This emerging medical science has proven adept at treating a wide variety of conditions, including chronic pain, joint issues and nerve damage. That’s because platelets are known to stimulate your own healing and blood flow, a regenerative effect that is akin to aging backwards.

The same idea underpins the vampire breast lift. By using your body’s own healing processes, you can get firmer, plumper breasts without the pain and lengthy healing times that accompany surgery. At most, you may feel a bit of bruising for a few days, but it quickly fades. Within a few months, and only a few injections, you’ll see noticeable results. 

 

What Is the Process Like?

 

How does it work? Simple: Blood is collected just as it would be for a blood test: using a needle and vials. The blood is then put into a centrifuge to separate out the red blood cells, and the platelets are collected. These platelets are then injected into your body (told you that you’d get the blood back), specifically your breasts.

The platelets stimulate the body to delivery emergency care to the site, bringing in blood, stem cells, growth factors and other healing and regenerating agents. Your body immediately begins producing new collagen, encouraging youth-restoring results. Because all ingredients used in the process are your own, there’s no chance of rejection, and very little chance of infection at the injection site. 

 

Who Is the Vampire Breast Lift Right For?

 

The vampire breast lift is perfect for those who want to address: 



 

In this case, they are usually very happy with the treatment. It is simple and inexpensive, and with just a few injections, you can have the younger, firmer breasts you’re looking for. Anyone who desires a firmer pair is a candidate; no prescriptions necessary.

 

Who Is It Not Right For?

 

While plastic surgeons may try to steer you away from vampire breast lifts on principle (because it avoids the surgery route), meaning their advice should be taken with a grain of salt. However, you should opt for surgery if:  

 

Let’s look at these individually. First and most obviously, if you have medical conditions that require surgical attention, a vampire breast lift simply won’t do the trick. Additionally, if you want a significant breast size change, or a substantially higher position on the chest, the vampire breast lift may not get you to your goals. 

Also note that the results of the vampire breast lift will fade in a couple of years, so it’s not a permanent solution. The extra influx of collagen-boosting nutrients will diminish with time, meaning you do need to re-up occasionally. 

However, the main ingredient is your own blood (which you always have on hand!) and the procedure is quite affordable, especially compared to a surgical procedure. That means the vampire route may actually be better in the long term for most people.

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