What is a vampire breast lift and how much does it cost?

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I heard the vampire breast lift was some sort of non-invasive breast lift. Is this true? What actually happens with the procedure and how much does it cost?

espeak

F, 45, New Jersey

I had a vampire breast lift done because I heard about Kim Kardashian doing something with a vampire facial, and I figured this would be sort of the same idea. The procedure was supposed to be an alternative to a boob job and increase my cleavage area to give me a fuller chest. It could be done quickly and wasn't that expensive. Something like $2,000 vs $6,000 for a breast aug.

Honestly, I saw a little fuller chest at first but it could have been some swelling going on or just a placebo effect of me hoping this was a replacement for breast augmentation. If you want a bigger chest I recommend doing the real thing, the vampire lift ended up with really minimal results for me. In the end it was basically a waste of money.

I had the vampire breast lift completed. It's a nonsurgical breast augmentation that required no downtime. My doctor inserted platelet-rich plasma or PRP into my breasts to cause enlargement. My plastic surgeon explained to me ahead of time that the results are not dramatic, and he showed me plenty of before and after photos from previous patients. The injections created an increase in collagen and blood flow, which caused new blood vessels and fatty tissue to form in my breasts.

I didn't want to have a surgery completed because one: I couldn't take off time from work and two: breast lift surgery is so much more expensive. I paid $1800 for my vampire breast lift, which will increase my breast size for up to two years. Increasing the size of my breasts enhanced my cleavage and erased some stretch marks left from my previous pregnancy. I'm thrilled with the results I received with this procedure. Since having the treatment completed, my breasts are rejuvenated, and I've experienced a fresh start! An interesting side note: my friend had this treatment done because she had an inverted nipple, and she is also thrilled with her outcome! Ask your doctor for before and after photos of previous patients because the vampire breast lift may be perfect for you!

When I had a vampire breast lift two months ago, I paid $1,800. During the procedure, my doctor drew some of my blood, spun it around in a machine, and then injected it back into my breasts. The whole thing took less than an hour, and it did give my breasts a notable boost. It's not a replacement for breast augmentation; my breasts didn't double in size. But I only wanted a slight increase, and this procedure definitely improved the shape of my breasts. It's the surgical equivalent of a great push-up bra. If that's the look you're after, I'd definitely recommend this procedure. It requires minimal pain and minimal side effects, and a year later, my breasts still look great!

I wanted to give my breasts a lift, but I didn't want to undergo surgery. I did my research and learned about the vampire breast lift. Like the vampire face lift, it uses PRP, or platelet-rich plasma, that is taken from your own blood. The PRP is injected into the breasts and will increase the production of collagen. In the end, it makes your skin more elastic and firmer so that your breasts become perkier than they used to be. It takes a while to see results and it cost $1800, but I thought it was worth it. I went ahead with the procedure and liked the way my breasts looked more youthful again two months after my procedure.

I have had breast implants for 2 years, but after having 2 children, my breasts started sagging and I had less cleavage. I researched many options, such as having another implant surgery or a breast lift. I stumbled upon the vampire breast lift procedure and sought doctors who were certified to perform it.

This procedure actually involves an injection, which is minimally invasive, so there is no surgery, scarring, or a long recovery time.

The process was quite simple and involved taking some of my own blood plasma (platelet-rich plasma), which is then "activated" and then mixed with hyaluronic acid. A numbing cream was applied to my breasts, and in about 20 minutes the plasma was then injected into my breasts. Results improve over time, but I did notice the effect immediately. My breasts are more symmetrical, and I have more bikini cleavage.

It is considered a breast lift, but my own experience suggests it only completes what is already done. For example, a vampire breast lift patient may have had some sort of invasive augmentation before (like myself) but her results have diminished over time. The vampire procedure, which works immediately, restores the look of the original invasive surgery. It is said to last up to 2 years. I am still seeing effects after 7 months.