Vampire Breast Lift

Vampire breast lift (VBL) improves your breasts without surgery. Providers inject platelet-rich plasma (PRP) to improve skin texture and make your breasts appear fuller. Side effects are minimal, but may include bruising, swelling and tenderness, and there’s no downtime. Long-term complications and effectiveness of PRP breast lifts aren’t known

Vampire Breast lift demonstration.

What is a vampire breast lift?

A Vampire B. Lift is a procedure to improve (augment) the look of your breasts if surgery is not yet warranted. VBL uses injections of platelet-rich plasma (PRP). This procedure is also known as a PRP breast lift.

What is platelet-rich plasma (PRP)?

Platelet-rich plasma comes from your blood. PRP contains proteins that promote blood clotting and help with cell growth.

Providers separate PRP from the rest of your blood in a centrifuge, a machine that spins your blood at high speeds. The centrifuge separates your blood into three components:

Platelet-rich plasma.
White blood cells.
Red blood cells.

Why is a vampire breast lift done?

People may opt for a vol if a surgical breast lift isn’t yet warranted. Providers who inject PRP into their patients’ breasts claim that it:

Increases elastin (a protein that allows tissue to stretch).
Promotes growth of collagen (a protein that provides structure to your body).
Stimulates new cell growth.

A VBL may help to:

Improve skin texture and tone.
Make your breasts look lifted and fuller.
Reduce the look of wrinkles, stretch marks and scars.
Does a vampire breast lift really work?

Scientists haven’t studied the effectiveness vampire blood lifts. The long-term side effects and risks aren’t known. If you want to try this treatment, be sure to consult with a board-certified plastic surgeon or dermatologist about the benefits and risks.