Dracula therapy: In photos

Earlier this year I treated Kellie Hill of Big Fashionista with Dracula Therapy™. We had photos taken during the treatment and I thought they may be useful for anyone considering the treatment, as they provide a detailed look at the process involved.

Click on the images below to see them in detail. If you would like to find out more about Dracula Therapy™, take a look at these posts, or please get in touch. You can email me at drsister317@gmail.com or tweet me @DrDanielSister, I look forward to hearing from you.

Kellie - before Dracula Therapy

Here’s Kellie before her Dracula Therapy treatment begins.

Kellie - taking blood

First I take a sample of the patients blood.

Next we place the blood in the centrifuge to separate it into red blood cells, clear serum and platelets.

Next we place the blood into the centrifuge in order to separate it into red blood cells, clear serum and platelets.

This is what the blood looks like after the process of centrifugation.

This is what the blood looks like after the process of centrifugation.

And now the injections begin.

And now the injections begin…

the injections continue..

…and the injections continue.

We end with a final cleanse.

We end with a final cleanse.

And here's Kellie at the end of the treatment.

Here’s Kellie at the end of the treatment.

And finally, Kellie's Facebook post two months after the treatment.

And finally, Kellie’s Facebook post two months after the treatment

About drsister

World renowned expert cosmetic anti-ageing doctor. Specialising in Dracula PRP Therapy, Hormone balancing, Carboxy therapy, Botulinum Toxin, Dermal fillers, Chemical peels.
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  1. Pingback: Brilliant coverage of Dracula Therapy (PRP) in Evening Standard Magazine | Dr Daniel Sister

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