How to treat dark circles under the eyes

I had someone asked me recently about ways to treat dark circles under the eyes. This research is out that gives some really beautiful pictures of a way to treat dark circles under the eyes using the Vampire Facelift. There was also a recent article out in Healthline that gives all the different causes for dark circles under the eyes, because it can be allergies. It’s not always a cosmetic problem. Sometimes it can be fatigue.

It can be allergies and dehydration. So, not everything needs to be treated with … of cosmetic procedures. Sometimes you just need to get some extra rest, but we do have some strong science showing that using platelet-rich plasma, as in with our Vampire Facelift, you can have some nice results where some of the … both the wrinkles and the dark colors that can happen there become better.

So, if you’re interested in that, you can read the research and you can check in with one of our physicians to see how to make that better.

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“Vampire” methods being used to help Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

New research shows that carpal tunnel syndrome may respond to PRP in the same way it helps with Peyronie’s disease and with scaring (with the Vampire Facial®) by decreasing inflammation and promoting healing.

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Vampire (PRP) Treatment of Contact Dermatitis

Research shows the PRP can down-regulate the autoimmune response (helping those we problems like contact dermatitis, lichen sclerosus, and eczema).

In the following video, Leah Kenney (one of our Vampire Facelift® providers) injects someone with PRP who has a contact dermatitis from a ring (the before & after photos follow)…

Here’s some of the research regarding the use of PRP for the treatment of dermatitis<–

Here’s some of the research regarding the treatment of auto-immune problems<–

before and after prp for contact dermatitis

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The Vampire Facelift® may be helpful for scars

Here’s a review of the research showing the use of PRP for the treatment of surgical scars, acne scars, and keloid<–

By using standardized PRP preparation techniques, providers of the Vampire Facelift® procedure can do at least as well if not better than what’s described in this research (click)<–

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Please feel free to comment below and to share. Scars can be very psychologically debilitating. And when scars involve the vulva and vagina, they can cause severe pain (dyspareunia) and disrupt families. You can see more about the use of PRP in the vagina here (click)<–

Like with every procedure, results will vary and no procedure in medicine is without risk

When scars form in the penis, it can cause a bent penis and erectile dysfunction (Peyronie’s disease). You can see more about the use of PRP in the penis here (click)<–

Please share with those who may be helped.

For optimal results, be sure to combine your Vampire Facelift® with Altar™ cream (ask your provider)…

Wound Healing

open letter from one of our certified Vampire Facelift® providers (it’s not just about beauty)…

Erica Kelly, PA-C

Winston-Salem Dermatology
Winston-Salem, NC

This 52 year old lady’s legs were damaged after her coumadin was withdrawn prior to minor surgery, she had showers of LE clots and painful necrosis. In the two years following, her chronically inflamed, fragile skin would develop wounds that were difficult to heal. Even the pressure of a sock or bed sheets would break down the skin.

She could no longer go swimming at her lake house due to infection risk; she wore shorts year-round and slept on top of her covers so her legs were always bare.

We tried PRP in March 2018.

Three months later she sent me photos showing a remarkable recovery. I have attached a series for you.

The best part is how this is transforming her life. She sent this to me today:

“Yesterday I was up and down all day and they looked so great I had to send one more to you. It’s nice looking at them and not want to just ball up and cry anymore. Bless you! (My husband)…is so happy with the results from the first PRP. He said I am no longer embarrassed for people to see and he is VERY happy I am back under the covers with him in our bed!!!!!!!”

Thank you, Erica, for sharing this encouraging story and many thanks to your patient for telling her story.

It’s easy to see why the power of platelet rich plasma may work well when applied expertly to restoring the natural younger face of a man or woman who chooses to use the Vampire Facelift® or Vampire Facial®.

Our Altar™ cream has also been studied in wound healing and would be an excellent after care product for this woman’s legs and for any person’s face.

Research about using PRP for wound healing (click)<–

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WARNING: Spa’s ‘Vampire Facial’ clients urged to get tested for HIV-How to stay safe

Questions Answered in the Video…

1. What is a Vampire Facial®?
2. How exactly does the process work?
3. What benefits does the procedure offer?
4. What are the health risks of undergoing the procedure?
5. Is there any data on how many people undergo this procedure in the U.S.?

6. How rare/common are incidents like the one that occurred in New Mexico?

7. Why did it occur?

Important Notice from the Cellular Medicine Association–the recent incident in New Mexico took place at a center illegally using our name (Vampire Facial®). Qualified medical professionals handle blood all day long without serious problems and this procedure is even safer since it’s done with the patient’s own blood. But done improperly–people can be killed by cross-contamination. The providers in this article were imposters.

This is the official website to find those who have been certified to do the procedure by the Cellular Medicine Association and where you can read the research–click to see our directory<– Providers found there agreed to use devices approved by the FDA to both prepare the blood and to do the micro-needling. Anyone advertising the Vampire Facial® who is not listed there is stealing intellectual property and cannot be trusted. See PubMed & our website for more research

The Vampire Facial® name is owned by Charles Runels (see the website for the US Patent & Trademark office), although the name is currently under attack by those who would want free use of the name to sell devices and procedures without regard for our standards.

Someone using the name —as described in this article (click)—to trick people is exactly like someone making a fake Tylenol bottle and putting poison in it. Please—buyer beware! Only providers listed on our official website should be trusted to do the procedure.

We do our best to shut down the imposters. We list those we have found to be imposters/infringers at the website for the Cellular Medicine Association. But, the legal wheels turn slowly and expensively so people still use our good reputation to trick people.

Related Links

Woman dies in the office of a massage therapist advertising the Vampire Facelift® (if you read the article, you’ll see the person actually died from a buttocks injection of something other than blood (probably something from the hardware store–NOT from a Vampire Facelift®). This woman would have never been accepted into our provider group and was using our name illegally.

Woman possibly contracts infectious disease from someone illegally using the Vampire Facial® name (again someone who never was part of our group, could never have been part of our group, and who was using our name-“Vampire Facial®” illegally).

CNN About the Vampire Facial®

Rolling Stone<–

Where to see the people actually licensed to use the name of those advertising the Vampire Facial®<–

Official Website for the Vampire Facial® procedure<–

Official Website for the Vampire Facelift®

Platelet Rich Plasma used to treat scars<—

Microneedling for scars<–

Research showing the use of platelet rich plasma combined with microneedling (what’s done with the Vampire Facial® in a very specific way)<–

Platelet rich plasma used to help fight infection<–

Platelet rich plasma used to help with incontinence and with serious female genitalia issues (like lichen sclerosus)<–

Platelet rich plasma use to help with male genitalia problems (like Peyronie’s disease and erectile dysfunction)<–

Blood tubes like what an infringer/imposter may use to look like they are doing the procedure<–

Mironeedling devices that are NOT FDA approved to use in a medical clinic that my be used by an imposter<–

Where to see infringers under notice or under litigation by the Cellular Medicine Association–those people who are using our names illegally or who have used our names illegally (these are those who are not to be trusted because are NOT certified to use our names but have been identified as illegally advertising)<–

US Patent & Trademark Office<–

What is the Cellular Medicine Association<–

Directory of teachers for the Cellular Medicine Association<–

Who is Charles Runels?<–

Research about the O-Shot® procedure<–

Research about micro-needling<–

More specific research about the Vampire Facial®<–

Contact the Cellular Medicine Association<–