Vampire Facial, Lake Norman, NC

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Feeling a bit gray? A Vampire Facial can take care of that and more!

Other than a few more modern versions of vampire movies and television shows, the vast majority are portrayed as dull skinned creatures due to the lack of blood flow in their body. What you might not have realized is that aging can also give you a grayish tinge when there is decreased blood flow. Thankfully, there is a solution. At ReShape LLC, we offer a restorative process called the Vampire Facial that will make your skin look more youthful again.

Vampire Facial in Lake Norman, North Carolina

A Vampire Facial is a meticulous process where your blood is taken and then the growth factors are isolated from it. Using a specialized micro-needling device, the growth factors are planted into micro-punctures where they’ll soak into your skin. Over a period of one or two months, the results will become more and more evident and you’ll enjoy the vitality for up to three years before needing another Vampire Facial.

A Vampire Facial is not just to resolve the grayish tint but will also resolve fine vertical lines around your mouth, make your skin texture smoother and less droopy, and effectively turn back the effects of aging. The bad news is that if you have any upcoming vampire acting parts, you’ll need a bit more help from the special effects team, but the good news is you can qualify for acting parts besides being a vampire!

All joking aside, we firmly believe that a Vampire Facial is the solution if you would like to naturally boost your skin’s appearance and we are happy to discuss this procedure with you so you can decide if it is right for you. Our clients in Lake Norman, North Carolina who come to us for a Vampire Facial can’t say enough good things about it and we want to help you do the same. Contact us today to schedule an appointment.

At ReShape LLC, our medical spa offers the Vampire Facial to residents of Mooresville, Lake Norman, Davidson, Denver, and Huntersville, North Carolina.