Did Kim Kardashian Really Have A Vampire Facial??
Sources tell us that after all of the media attention swarming around Kim's procedure that it wasn't even the real thing.
Beverly Hills, Ca. (I-Newswire) March 12, 2013 - After speaking with Sylvia Silvestri RN...the only approved national trainer for the Vampire Facelift and Vampire Facial, it is now apparent that Kim didn't even get the optimal results that she could have.
"Let me clarify...that was NOT the ideal treatment.
Firstly, I saw that they drew a great amount of blood in what looked to be a very large syringe. Normally, only about 8cc’s or ml’s of blood is drawn..a very small amount equivalent to a tablespoon.
Secondly, the physician was dropping the red blood on to her face...again NOT the way the procedure is done when done correctly. After the blood is drawn, it is spun down in a centrifuge so that the red blood cells are removed, leaving only the golden colored plasma. This contains all of the growth factors. It is then activated, and administered either through small injections or it is spread on to the face with a brush, then the micro-needle device is used in order for the plasma to permeate the skin. The growth factors stimulate cellular regeneration..not red blood cells.
Lastly, the procedure should not be painful. Granted, she did not use numbing crème because she may have already been pregnant (another issue) but when done correctly, the Vampire Facelift and the Vampire Facial should not be uncomfortable, bloody, or require a lot of blood!
I am disappointed that Kim did not receive an optimal treatment."
Sylvia was trained by the inventor of the procedure, Dr. Charles Runels, who holds the trademark on the Vampire Facelift.
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Published On:March 12, 2013
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