THE VAMPIRE BREASTLIFT
A vampire breast lift (VBL) augments your breasts without surgery. Providers inject Growth Factor Treatment to improve skin texture and make your breasts appear fuller. Side effects are minimal, but may include bruising, swelling and tenderness, and there’s no downtime. Long-term complications and effectiveness of Growth Factor Treatment breast lifts aren’t known.
What is a vampire breast lift?
A vampire breast lift (VBL) is a procedure to improve (augment) the look of your breasts if surgery isn’t yet warranted. VBL uses injections of Growth Factor Treatment. This procedure is also known as a Growth Factor Treatment breast lift.
What is Growth Factor Treatment?
Platelet-rich plasma comes from your blood. Growth Factor Treatment contains proteins that promote blood clotting and help with cell growth.
Providers separate Growth Factor Treatment from the rest of your blood in a centrifuge, a machine that spins your blood at high speeds. The centrifuge separates your blood into three components:
White blood cells.
Red blood cells.
Why is a vampire breast lift done?
People may opt for a vampire breast lift if a surgical breast lift isn’t yet warranted. Providers who inject Growth Factor Treatment into their patients’ breasts claim that it:
Increases elastin (a protein that allows tissue to stretch).
Promotes growth of collagen (a protein that provides structure to your body).
Stimulates new cell growth.
A vampire breast lift may help to:
Improve skin texture and tone.
Make your breasts look lifted and fuller.
Reduce the look of wrinkles, stretch marks and scars.
Does a vampire breast lift really work?
Scientists haven’t studied the effectiveness vampire blood lifts. The long-term side effects and risks aren’t known. If you want to try this treatment,