Address these concerns with a Vampire Facial: Fine Lines, Wrinkles, Sun Spots, Age Spots, Uneven Tone, Uneven texture, Turkey Neck, Jowling, and Crepey Skin

Let’s face it, aging is something everyone fears. The term “fountain of youth” will remain a constant topic that will be typed into the Google search bar. In order to achieve optimal rejuvenation and discover the best ways to combat ageing, you must understand the changes that occur at a cellular level. There are two main reasons to address the burning question “what happens when we get old?”  

First, let’s ackokowlage the intrinsic (aka internal) factors that are contributing to the changes you see in the mirror. You are what you eat and your body is your temple, so how are you taking care of it? Ask yourself these questions: Are you getting enough sleep and hydrating adequately? Is your a diet rich in vitamins, minerals and healthy fats? Are you taking any supplements, medications, or using drugs and alcohol? Don’t stop there, also ask yourself: How are your genetics? Does anyone in your family have a history of skin cancer? Do you have the same wrinkles on your forehead as your mother? Does your sister share the same sun spots or freckle pattern? All of the similarities you share are programed from your DNA at a cellular level.

Second, let’s observe the extrinsic (aka external) factors contributing to premature aging. According to the Skin Cancer Foundation An estimated 90 percent of skin aging is caused by the sun. People who use sunscreen with an SPF of 15 or higher daily show 24 percent less skin aging than those who do not use sunscreen daily.”  But don’t stop there! Sun exposure is only one of the reasons why your skin looks old. I encourage you to evaluate your lifestyle even further. Ask yourself: How does your home environment affect you? Is there a small army of dust bunnies clogging up your air filter? How many times a week do you wash your pillowcase? Do you have proper ventilation flowing in damp areas of your dwelling like your laundry room, kitchen and bathrooms? Mold, dust, pollen and pet dander all pose environmental, oxidative stress containing free-radicals that contribute to cellular damage, which ultimately results in aging.

Now that you understand how intrinsic and extrinsic factors contribute the entire aging process, are you ready to change the reflection in the mirror? Much like aerating the lawn allows room for new growth, the vampire facial makes room for cellular regeneration. The procedure creates tiny, microscopic holes in the skin and encourages ultimate blood flow to the tissue. Once the tiny aerations are made, there are several different levels of cell therapy we can infuse into the skin with to improve the tone, texture and clarity.  Schedule a consultation with our team of experts to discover the best treatment route to achieve your skin goals.