Improve the color, glow and smoothness of your skin

The Vampire Facial® is a method of restoring the youthful skin of the face without the pain, downtime, and expense of traditional dermabrasion or fractional lasers. It uses your own blood components (hence the "vampire" analogy) to enhance skin tone, improve coloration and give the face a healthier texture.

As we age our normal skin growth slows down. This results in thinner, weaker, duller skin.

The Vampire Facial® uses platelet-rich plasma (PRP), obtained from your own blood, to restore the growth of the skin cells of your face. It stimulates the growth of new cells in selected areas and returns the overlying skin toward its natural, youthful appearance and condition. This technique does not, however, leave the skin looking sunburned or hyperpigmented as sometimes happens with other methods.

The Vampire Facial® procedure is done by anesthetizing the face; making many quick pinpricks with a special pen, and then applying the PRP carefully at appropriate places. It takes only about an hour to perform, and you can go back to your daily activities immediately afterwards with no downtime at all.

The PRP Facial is not for everybody. It is not a cure for all facial cosmetic problems. Drs. Harrison and Andrew have been trained by Dr. Charles Runels, the originator, in the technique of the Vampire Facial®. However, they have updated the technique with more current technology and call their procedure the PRP Facial.

Our doctors will be happy to perform an initial consultation. If they determine that you are not a candidate for the PRP Facial they will be pleased to offer an alternative treatment or refer you to a competent specialist who can handle your needs.

If you are interested in scheduling an initial consultation (the cost is only $149) regarding a PRP Facial in our Port Angeles, Washington office, please call us at 360-504-2260 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

In the News:

A few years ago, when Kim Kardashian tweeted a photo with her face covered in blood, she started some myths about the Vampire Facial® procedure that just won't die. You'll want to see the following article about the procedure that finally put's a stake into the heart of some misinformation :)  about this procedure (which continues to grow in popularity because it works)! 

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