We're holding an Open Morning on Saturday 16 April to demonstrate our revolutionary new ‘Vampire Treatment’ and we’d love to see you there!
Visitors to the Open Morning will also be able to find out more about the wide range of skin rejuvenation and laser treatments that we offer.
Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Treatment – nicknamed the Vampire Treatment – was originally used in the treatment of various injuries to help with healing, but has also become popular more recently as an anti-ageing treatment, thanks to its high profile use by the likes of Kim Kardashian and other Hollywood celebrities.
It is a non-surgical procedure which involves taking platelet rich plasma from a person’s own blood and re-injecting it into areas of the face and neck to smooth out fine lines and rejuvenate the skin.
The Open Morning will take place from 10.00am – 2.00pm. A demonstration of the Vampire Treatment will take place at 11.30am, following a presentation at 11.00am of the other skin treatments offered by Laserase Bolton. Tea, coffee and cakes will be provided and there will be a chance for people to talk to the nurses and doctors.
Liz Oakes from Ladybridge in Bolton has volunteered to be a model at the Open Morning and will allow visitors to watch her have her second ‘Vampire Treatment’. Liz, who had her first of three treatments at a Laserase Bolton Open Evening in February, is delighted with how things went and is looking forward to her second treatment.
63 year old Liz, who is Regional Fundraising Manager for Children Today, a national charity which helps local families by buying children with disabilities individual pieces of equipment to make their life easier, decided to have PRP treatment to improve the overall health, tone and elasticity of her skin.
Liz said: “I want to remain youthful looking in a natural way, without looking like I have had a makeover, and when I heard about the Vampire Treatment, it sounded really exciting, so I thought I would give it a try.”
Liz is aware that the full benefits will only be seen after the third treatment, but she says her skin is already feeling softer and smoother after one treatment.
Clinic Manager Julie Kershaw said: “We are looking forward to welcoming people to our Open Morning on Saturday 16 April so they can find out more about the Vampire Treatment and the range of other skin treatments we offer. It is also a good opportunity for people to chat to our nurses and doctors, as well as existing clients such as Liz Oakes, and to ask any questions they may have.”
Free consultations are available to pre-book for the Open Morning, or can be booked on the day for an alternative date.