Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Vampire Facelift included with Oscar swag bag

In case you didn't walk away from Sunday night's Oscars with a gift bag (valued at only 47,000 dollars -- quite light compared to other years), you missed out on the chance to try your very own supernatural cosmetic treatment: The Vampire Facelift.

Included in each swag bag was a voucher for the $5,000 treatment, also known as a "platelet-rich plasma (PRP) rejuvenation" that purports to restore youth. According to Self, the Vampire Facelift draws "blood and separates out the liquid and the plasma." Then the plasma is swished around (not the technical term) with a filler called hyaluronic acid and shot back into the skin to stimulate new collagen growth.

Sadly the hypeman for the bloodsucking botox is not an actual vampire, but is reality-TV personality Paul Nassif, MD -- a plastic surgeon The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.

He's on TV, folks, so you know he's gotta be trustworthy!

Or not?

Self also points to a 2011 blog post debunking the Vampire Facelift, but it is important to note that they don't debunk vampires themselves.

So if you want to achieve immortality, go straight to the source and find a vampire who will turn you. Actually, find a vampire and let him go straight to your source.

-Aaron Sagers


Charles Runels said...

The inventor of the Vampire Facelift was reluctant to be interviewed. They finally tracked him down. Here's what he had to say... http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-943485

Christine Castillo said...

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Charles Runels said...

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Watch the video on news reports featuring the Vampire Facelift http://youtu.be/xzW5Ys-MU0w