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What is Dracula therapy?

Update: As my website has grown so has my coverage of Dracula Therapy. Take a look at all my posts on the subject here. 

Ok I’ll admit it, it’s a scary sounding name, but this is an amazing new treatment that you don’t need to be brave to try!

Dracula therapy (also known as Platelet Rich Plasma, PRP therapy, S3, Self Stimulated Serum or even Vampire therapy) involves using your own blood as an injectable anti-ageing treatment – it’s one of the best treatments I know of, and I was the first to introduce it into the UK.

Let me explain more.

I take a small sample of your blood (about the same amount as an average blood test). I then separate it into red blood cells, clear serum and platelets – through a process of centrifugation. I add vitamins and amino acids to create a super charged serum, which is then injected into you (using tiny painless injections) – in whichever area you require.

So what does it do? Essentially it allows the tuldy to heal faster and more efficiently.  It stimulates DNA repair, heals scars and makes dry lacklustre skin look and feel younger.

It’s a one-off treatment with results noticeable within 3-4 weeks and works especially well for the forehead, cheeks, neck, décolletage, hands, knees and elbows. It’s amazing at skin revitalisation, tackling scars (including acne scars) and stretch marks. It can be mixed with dermal fillers to treat lines, administered during the same appointment as muscle relaxing injections for a lifting effect and really tackle any skin related problems.

Dracula therapy appeals to patients looking for a more natural approach to facial rejuvenation; it’s rejuvenation with their own cells and more specifically, autologous platelet-rich plasma. It’s natural facial improvement without using synthetic fillers or animal products.

Treatment may need re-doing every 6 months because of the on-going ageing process.

Dracula therapy was featured in the Metro newspaper – the journalist who tested the treatment said: “My complexion has never been clearer, my skin is still glowing and the pink scars have finally faded. I’ve never had so many compliments about my skin and I’m patiently waiting to see what Dr Sister has in store for me next.” – click here to read the full review.

If dracula therapy is something you feel you may be interested in, please get in touch. You can comment on this blog post, email me at drsister317@gmail.com or tweet me @DrDanielSister. I look forward to hearing from you.

23 thoughts on “What is Dracula therapy?”

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    1. Hi. I have done PRP before in 2010 my age was 42 my skin was looking really good .. Now my problem is I have a sagging in my neck a d eyelid drop. I would like to know if PRP is now working in this condition..Will it lifts and tightening the neck and lifts the eyelids of not? Please advice as well as I need to know the prices .. thank you .
      Mrs Mary Nader

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