Skin feeling sucked dry? Try Vampire Needling.
Ladies. Have you always wanted to harness the buttery glow of the undead, but just weren't sure where to find that much hemoglobin?
Well, rest at ease (or in peace). A press release just crossed my desk that could have come straight out of a Carl Hiaasen novel:
"Paul S. Nassif, M.D., FACS, a skilled facial plastic and reconstructive surgeon, known for rhinoplasty and aging face rejuvenation, has received international recognition by patients, peers, and members of the media for his innovative surgical techniques. Dr. Nassif continues to revolutionize the industry with his development of the new Vampire Needling Technique...
Dr. Nassif’s Vampire Needling Technique involves using a series of tiny needles to inject (platelet-rich plasma) into the top level of the dermis, allowing it to slowly sink into the face. The result of Vampire Needling is an overall glow to the face, giving a fresh and youthful look."
Maybe it's just me, but I thought the Twilight craze officially jumped ship when it was fan-fictioned into Fifty Shades of Grey. This can't catch on, can it? Oh, of course it can. I'll be eating my words when I'm channel surfing and see Ramona Singer or someone booking a Vampire Needling session on Real Housewives.
Deal Diva Stephanie
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