The concept of vampires is now being used in skincare with specialists touting 'Dracula Therapy', the latest in anti-aging that may just give you the immortal skin of the undead (minus the pale complexion).
Dracula Therapy is actually S3 Therapy, which is short for Stimulated Self Serum skin therapy, a process introduced by London-based French cosmetic doctor Daniel Sister, which involves having your face injected with your own blood. According to Dr. Sister, Dracula Therapy stimulates DNA repair to heal scars and make wrinkled or lackluster skin look and feel younger--no lasers, peels, or synthetic fillers required. Read more about Dracula Therapy at The Daily Mail.
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