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Vampire Facial & # 39; real horror when NM Spa clients are confronted with HIV tests

Vampire Facial & # 39; real horror when NM Spa clients are confronted with HIV tests

The file photo shows a patient receiving a "vampire facial" treatment in which platelet-rich plasma is isolated from the blood and then injected again into the face.

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The file photo shows a patient receiving a "vampire facial" treatment in which platelet-rich plasma is isolated from the blood and then injected again into the face.

Johnce / Getty Images

The vampire's face only sounded scary. Of course, it involves extracting the patient's own blood, isolating the platelet-rich plasma by centrifuging it in a centrifuge and then injecting it back into the face. But the results are touted as a rejuvenated, supple and supple skin, not HIV or hepatitis, such as VIP Spa customers in Albuquerque, N.M. now face.

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