Choose from Three Options
- $250 for a Collagen-Induction Facial (a $500 value)
- $399 for a Vampire Facial (an $800 value)
- $750 for a Vampire Facelift with .08 cc of Juvederm (a $1,500 value)
Named for the treatment's use of platelet-rich plasma from the patient's own blood, the Vampire Facelift helps refresh skin tone, lift facial features, and smooth the skin with no downtime compared to a standard facelift. Its youthful effects have made it popular among the Hollywood elite, including Kim Kardashian, who recently underwent the procedure on an episode of her reality show, Kourtney and Kim Take Miami.
The regimen begins with initial injections of Juvederm fillers to provide a preliminary reshaping of the face. Next, the physician draws a small amount of blood—the same amount needed for a basic lab test—and spins it in a centrifuge to separate the platelets. This concentrated, growth-inducing serum is reinjected into the face, neck, and other problem areas, where it immediately sculpts the features and continues to rejuvenate the skin throughout a long period of time by boosting collagen production.
The Vampire Facial is non-invasive, using an outer application of spun platelets to rejuvenate from the outside in. It helps encourage the production of collagen, fatty tissue for smoothness, and new blood vessels.
From brow-waxing to Vampire Facelifts, for over 20 years Firstmed Aesthetics has provided treatments that are designed to refresh appearances with minimal invasiveness and maximum results. Dr. Gregg H. Kennedy and aesthetician KarriLynn Keith draw on years of experience to tailor treatments to patients' individual needs. Using injectables administered by Dr. Kennedy himself, lasers, microcurrent technology, and microdermabrasion wands, the duo leaves complexions looking brighter, younger, and healthier. Body wraps and weight-loss regimens, meanwhile, tackle beauty goals below the neck.