Hi and thanks for your question. Doing a Vampire Facial or Facelift should not dilute or breakdown any previous filler work. If anything, it will stimulate collagen and enhance your look even more. Vampire procedures are actually nicely synergistic with fillers because they correct the texture of the skin while the fillers correct underlying structural and volume loss. Vampire facials help in decreasing pore size, smoothing out acne scars, and diminishing the appearance of fine lines. Since this is a superficial treatment, it will not interact with any filler. Hope that helps.
Vampire facial typically refers to the use of PRP (platelet-rich plasma, or specially processed blood products) used superficially, to improve the texture of the skin. This should not break down the hyaluronic acid fillers you mentioned, which are typically placed deeply into the skin, or even deeper into the soft tissues or onto bone. It is also not uncommon to administer PRP injections deeply, and this is often done in combination with hyaloronic acid fillers such as Voluma, Restylane, and Juvederm. Make sure your treating physician knows your recent treatment history, and good luck with your procedure!
Fillers such as Juvederm Voluma are placed deeply, whilst PRP injections are aimed at helping skin texture, rather than Volume, hence they are placed superficially.
Vampire facials will NOT break down fillers, in fact I use a combination of PRP and fillers for the best outcomes, namely improve texture and volume.
All the best
Dr Davin Lim
Laser and aesthetic dermatologist
A vampire facial is superficial and Voluma is deep.
Restylane can be superficial so alert your surgeon to where this was injected.
Over all, is fine to do, just alert your PS.
Great question! A vampire facelift will not break down fillers at all. It actually can enhance your filler treatment by improving skin texture and thickening the skin. Love doing both on one day!
Hope that helps!
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Thank you for posting your good question. One month after having dermal fillers injected into your face is probably the safe point to have the vampire lift performed. It will probably give an additional "glow" to your skin and make the texture much nicer. Good luck.