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Vampire Facial: A healthy, blood-rich video for Halloween


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By Britni R. McAshan | October 31, 2018

The vampire facial got its first 15 minutes of fame when reality television star Kim Kardashian posted a dramatic selfie on Instagram after the treatment. Her face, which looked raw, was covered with tiny beads of blood. But the procedure isn’t that ghoulish at all. On this Halloween, TMC News presents the vampire facial as provided by Baylor College of Medicine’s Aesthetics Studio.

Read more about the procedure in this story from the October 2018 issue of TMC Pulse.




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