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Vampire Facial

The London Cosmetic Clinic clinic offer the world famous Vampire facial, a revolutionary innovation combining two treatment concepts for skin rejuvenation in one. The treatment has became famous after becoming popular facial treatment among celebrities. It is a combination of the effective Platelet Rich Palsma ( PRP) and Microneedling treatments in one.

At the Londoncosmeticclinic, we equip with the best PRP and Microneedling matching which are the Regen Lab PRP machine, Angle PRP machine and FDA approved Skin Pen Microneedling needling machine.

 


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THE TREATMENT AT A GLANCE

45-60 minutes

Duration

Within three weeks

Time to See Results

Three treatments, 4-6 weeks apart

Treatment Lasts

Vampire Facial costs £550.00 per session.

Cost of treatment

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The team at this clinic are really friendly and welcoming. Dr Johnson and the nurses / receptionist are amazing. Nurses are always reassuring and putting me at ease during my treatment. Would highly recommend this clinic.

Miss Brown

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