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Vampire Breast Lift

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What is a vampire breast lift?

A vampire breast lift (VBL) is a procedure to improve (augment) the look of your breasts if surgery isn’t yet warranted. VBL uses injections of platelet-rich plasma (PRP). This procedure is also known as a PRP breast lift.

Why is a vampire breast lift done?

People may opt for a vampire breast lift if a surgical breast lift isn’t yet warranted. Providers who inject PRP into their patients’ breasts claim that it:

  • Increases elastin (a protein that allows tissue to stretch).

  • Promotes growth of collagen (a protein that provides structure to your body).

  • Stimulates new cell growth.


A vampire breast lift may help to:

  • Improve skin texture and tone.

  • Make your breasts look lifted and fuller.

  • Reduce the look of wrinkles, stretch marks and scars.

Before & After


FAQ - VAMPIRE Breast Lift

What happens during a vampire breast lift?

During a vampire breast lift, your provider will take a blood sample, usually from your arm. They’ll spin the blood in a centrifuge machine to separate the PRP.

Your provider will apply a numbing cream to your breasts to decrease your sensitivity during the procedure. Then they use a thin needle to inject PRP into areas throughout your breasts.

The injections generally take about 20 minutes. The entire procedure usually lasts less than an hour.

What happens after a vampire breast lift?

Most people don’t have any side effects after a vampire breast lift. Some people experience side effects for a few days, such as:

  • Bruises.

  • Swelling.

  • Tenderness.

What is the recovery time after a vampire breast lift?

After VBL, you may notice your breasts becoming gradually firmer and smoother over a period of three to four weeks. Final results may not appear for two to three months. Any changes can last up to two years.

What are the advantages of a vampire breast lift?

People who have a VBL breast lift instead of surgical breast augmentation may have:

  • Fewer complications.

  • Less pain.

  • Shorter recovery time.