What Our Vampire Facial Training Looks Like
What is a vampire facial?
A facial includes a microneedling treatment and platelet-rich plasma (PRP). Microneedling involves the use of tiny, fine needles to puncture the skin. The needles are between .5 and 2.5 millimeters in size. You may rest confident that the needles will not feel like much more than pinpricks; they just go into the surface of your skin. The pricks are used to “injure” your skin so that it can heal itself by producing elastin and collagen, as well as allowing PRP to get deeper penetration.
After microneedling, PRP is applied to your skin topically. Platelet-rich plasma protein from blood is used to make PRP. Growth factors are abundant in PRP, allowing tissue to heal and repair itself.
What is the process?
Microneedling with PRP is done in a doctor’s office. The first step is a minor blood draw that is not unpleasant. The red blood cells, plasma, and platelets are separated from the plasma by centrifuging your blood.
Before the microneedling procedure begins, a numbing ointment is applied to the face to alleviate any discomfort caused by the needling..
The numbing cream is applied to the skin after the microneedling procedure, and then the PRP is rubbed on. The PRP should be left on the skin for the rest of the day in order to get optimal results. For a few days following treatment, patients will experience dry, red, sensitive skin that feels like a mild sunburn.
What are the benefits?
The vampire facial has several benefits, including stimulation of skin cell turnover, improvement in skin tone and texture, and increased circulation. Microneedling with PRP is also useful for reducing fine lines and signs of aging. This therapy can be beneficial to individuals who have had acne or visible acne scars or sun damage as a result of long-term exposure to the sun.
What does your face look like after a vampire facial?
Your skin will become and feel brighter, dewier, more supple, and refreshed after the acid injury is healed (which might take up to a week), but don’t expect those advantages right away. My face was hilariously crimson and flushed following my treatment, with the exception of for the rest of the day when it only softened to a beautiful pink. The skin on my face felt tight, sore, and dry, as if I’d been swimming in the salty sea with a sunburn. By the following morning, however, the redness had substantially improved but I still had little red splotches all over my face that took a few days to go away.
How long does vampire facial last?
You will have a beautiful, dewy glow for a few weeks after your skin has healed, but know that your results will only get better with time. Basically, a vampire facial is an investment in your future skin; it isn’t a quick fix. “Collagen stimulation, which causes the tightening and remodeling of collagen, occurs over the course of six months to a year after surgery,” Dr. Carqueville says. I mean, you’re basically fooling your body into believing it’s aging more slowly so that you can speed up its natural regenerative process.
What should I do after the vampire facial?
Keep things basic for the first few days after your operation. You’ve just inflamed tissues that need to heal, so avoid any abrasive materials like exfoliating acids. If your skin is somewhat dry, Dr. Carqueville recommends applying a hyaluronic acid serum and a thin layer of Vaseline on top of clean skin for the first 48 hours. Otherwise, use a no-frills lotion that keeps you looking young.
Dr. Carqueville advises utilizing a dark-spot-correcting lotion after a few days of initial healing (48 to 72 hours after) while it still permeates successfully. “When you do microneedling, you increase the size of your skin channels so that topical medicines can be absorbed better,” he explains. According to Dr. Carqueville, it does aid in making the skin more receptive to active components
What is the most important thing you should never do? Sunbathing isn’t a smart idea. Because Dr. Carqueville says that vampire facials thin the top layer of your skin, you don’t have as much sun protection as you would if you didn’t use one, so be wary. Avoiding sunlight as much as possible during the early healing period is critical, followed by frequent application of sunscreen and appropriate attire to preserve your skin.
Who would be a candidate?
Microneedling with PRP is suitable for almost everyone. Those who have wrinkles and fine lines, significant sun damage, or uneven skin tones may benefit from this therapy. If you’ve had any past problems with blood clotting or bleeding, you’re not a candidate.
How long is Vampire Facial training course?
The course lasts for 2 days and 16 hours. The tuition cost for vampire facial training is $2000.
More about the Vampire Facial Training Courses.
Getting the proper vampire facial training has become one of the most popular rejuvenation therapies sought after today. Adding this information to your resumé gives you a significant edge in the field of aesthetics. You’ll learn how to use PRP therapy’s regenerative capability. The internationally renowned Dr. Charles Runels created these procedures.Participants will be certified to use these trademarked names, which may help you stand out in today’s aesthetic market. This in-office technique may generate new consumers and a steady cash flow. You’ll be ready to start services after completing just one course.
Platelet rich plasma has been found to be one of the most successful methods for regenerating the body’s natural growth and healing processes. The Vampire FacialTM is a procedure in which platelets from the patient’s own plasma are separated and microneedling is used to inject them into their skin. This therapy promotes natural skin regeneration in the body.
In the class, you’ll work with models to perform PRP draws, PRP spinning and preparation, as well as microneedling the PRP into the patient’s skin. Experience performing microneedling is required for enrollments. Although estheticians are welcome to attend, any licensed professional with a valid professional license may participate. RNs, PAs, APRNs, MDs, and DOs are some of the most common professional degrees available in North America. Check with your state regulatory agency to confirm that you have the proper licensure to perform these procedures in your state.
- 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
- Vampire Facial™
- Vampire Facial Plus™
- PRP Hair Therapy
- 2 Hands-on treatments
- 2 Assisting a treatment
- 1 Receiving a treatment
- Discuss the science supporting the use of PRP Platelet Rich plasma in aesthetic medicine and facial rejuvenation
- Discuss the science supporting the use of microneedling in aesthetic medicine and facial rejuvenation
- Understand client selection & pre & post care
- Setting up realistic expectations and treatment intervals
- Understand the set up and process of Vampire Facial Protocol
- Student blood draws
- Didactic, PRP Therapies, Vampire Facial™ Protocols
- PRP properties
- Patient selection
- Treatment protocols Vampire Facial™
- Physician led live demonstrations
- Vampire Facial™
- Vampire Facial™ Plus
- Lunch Break Q & A
- Clinical Rotations
- Physician led live demonstration
- PRP Hair Therapy
Meet the Instructor over vampire facial training
SHAUNA THOMPSON, LME
Shauna has ten years of experience in the aesthetics industry. She had the amazing opportunity to teach the 750 courses as well as the State Board Prep course at NIMA for two years. She now is currently a Master Esthetician at Elase Medical Spas. She is thrilled to have the opportunity to be back at NIMA and help amazing estheticians gain more training and knowledge.
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