THE VAMPIRE FACIAL
The Vampire Facial uses the body’s platelets to help stimulate new blood vessel formation, collagen production , skin will appear plumper, rejuvenated and more youthful looking.
A favourite with celebrities that revitalises skin by harnessing growth factors from the serum portion of your blood, which is rich in platelets. Scientifically researched and used frequently in medicine to encourage the healing of tissues, it’s a natural way of benefiting from growth factors without the need for added ingredients or cosmeceuticals essentially, it’s all you!
The benefit of using this is that it can be administered in the exact areas you wish to target, in turn stimulating collagen production and triggering the factors needed for skin rejuvenation. Despite gaining attention for its minimally invasive nature and the difference it makes to the face, it can be used anywhere on the body.
Platelets are tiny blood cells which play a crucial part in helping the body stop bleeding as well as repairing damaged blood vessels and cells.
Dr Hennah an Advanced Practitioner who has been working to deliver excellence in aesthetics and skincare since 2017. She has a background of over 15 years as an NHS Dr working in emergency and acute medicine and she brings a meticulous eye and total dedication to all her cosmetic work. Patients can expect holistic approach, as well as tailored treatment plans for their skin. In partnership with KICHI she is available for Profhilo, vampire facials, anti wrinkle ,and bespoke facial treatments.
Dr Hennah graduated from the university of London in 2005, with merit in clinical management. She is a published author, having written for the Student BMJ, BMJ and Oxford Specialist Handbooks and was a runner up in the BMA poster prize competition in 2013.
She has worked in the NHS for 7 years in a range of acute specialties including emergency and acute medicine and has post graduate training and qualifications in forensic and medical medicine.
She is a member of ACE and registered with the general medical council.