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Vampire Breast Lift

There are many benefits to the vampire breast lift


  • Perkier look

  • Fuller look

  • Increased plumpness and roundness

  • Immediate result that will enhance over time

  • No surgery

  • No scars

  • No downtime

Revitalize & Rejuvenate Your Breast!

Vampire breast lift

Vampire Breast Lift is a non-surgical noninvasive alternative to a surgical breast lift that involves injections of PRP (platelet-rich plasma) into breast tissue to improve the appearance of the breast and entire cleavage area, adding subtle volume for youthful, perkier cleavage.

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Vampire breast lift

PRP contains stem cells and eight growth factors, each of which plays a role in cell turnover, growth of new blood vessels, collagen production, fatty tissue, and overall health of your skin, down to cellular level.

Is Vampire breast lift painful?

There is minimal to no discomfort during the procedure. Your provider will apply a numbing cream to your breast to decrease your sensitivity during the procedure. Then they use a thin needle to inject PRP into areas throughout your breast.

Is Vampire breast lift safe?

Vampire breast lift is a safe procedure because it is using a part of your own blood. No allergic reaction or rejection may occur.

What is the downtime after Vampire brest lift?

There is no downtime after Vampire breast lift. You can return to your regular activities immediately. If you feel any discomfort, you may take Tylenol.

What other non-surgical breast lift procedures available?

Vampire breast lift can be combined with PDO threads breast lift for more enhanced results. This can be discussed with you provider during the consultation.

How long does a Vampire breast lift last

Vampire breast lift effect can last up to two years, but because everyone's body reacts to the growth factor in PRP differently, your results may fade sooner.

Before & After

*Results and patient experience may vary.

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