Vampire Diary

VIPPS’ Vampire Diary is platelet-rich plasma (PRP) treatment that uses blood plasma enriched in regenerative growth factors that helps to stimulate the skin healing and natural recovery. 

Autologous platelet-rich plasma (PRP) injections were first used in 1987 for open-heart surgery. After it was deemed a success, PRP injections are used in many fields of science such as sports medicine, orthopaedics, faciomaxillary, urology, and in medical aesthetic treatments such our very own Vampire Diary treatment. 

VIPPS’ Vampire Diary platelet-rich plasma treatment (PRP) helps promote and accelerate skin healing post-ablative laser treatments and at the same time, promote new healthy skin cells.

The Vampire Diary System

Vampire Diary from VIPPS uses your own blood for the platelet-rich plasma (PRP) procedure. Blood from the arm is withdrawn in a small amount and it will then go through centrifuging where the platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is separated from the rest of the blood cells. 

This platelet-rich plasma (PRP) will then be administered back to the area of treatment for VIPPS’ Vampire Diary treatment to help the skin regenerate and rejuvenate. 

By using your own platelet-rich-plasma (PRP), Vampire Diary is able to rejuvenate the skin as this therapy is based on natural wound-healing ability, with no associated risk of allergies and infections.

Benefits of Vampire Diary

  • Skin rejuvenation
  • Skin brightening
  • Reduces the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines
  • Reduces the appearance and smoothens stretch marks
  • Regeneration of collagen
  • Improves the appearance and smoothens acne scars
  • Minimises open pores
  • Stimulate hair growth for hair loss
  • Totally safe – derived from patients’ own blood

Vampire Diary Treatment Duration

  • Depends on the area being treated.
  • Advisable to repeat treatment every 3 to 4 weeks until the expected result is achieved, or as maintenance.

Downtime for Vampire Diary

  • Slight redness will occur after the platelet-rich plasma (PRP) treatment but will disappear within 24 hours, depending on the individual’s skin condition.
  • Should bruising develops in the treated area, it will normally take 7 days to subside.


1. How does PRP work?

The patient’s blood is separated into parts in a laboratory process (centrifugation), where the platelet-rich-plasma (PRP) is obtained. It is then re-injected into the desired treatment areas. The growth factors naturally create volume in the skin, stimulating the production of collagen that helps reverse signs of ageing.

2. Is it painful?

PRP is injected with very fine needles to minimise discomfort. Topical anaesthetic cream is applied prior to the treatment to increase the patient’s comfort level.

3. How long must I wait to see results?

Full effect of treatment is visible after 2 months, as the new collagen plumps up the lines and improves overall appearance of the skin.