The Secret Legal Story Behind the Most Famous Celebrity Vampire Selfie
(3 months ago)
FAIRHOPE, Ala: Recently, People reported on Kim Kardashian's most famous selfie-her face covered in blood after a Vampire Facial. Here's how Dr. Charles Runels, MD created the legal mechanism of the Vampire Facial procedure to protect women from very serious diseases.
Because the procedure involves a device that punctures the skin (microneedling), the procedure can spread disease if done improperly. Some of the cheaper devices used to do the microneedling will suck blood up into the handle; therefore the next patient could potentially be inoculated with the blood-borne pathogens from all of the people previously treated with that same device—medically similar to having sex with everyone previously treated.
Also, the device used to prepare the patient's own blood for topical treatment after the microneedling component of the Vampire Facial is done, should be approved by the FDA for preparation of blood to go back into the body. Kits made to analyze blood for testing should not be used.
The FDA does not approve a person's own blood, nor does the FDA approve procedures. But, the FDA does and should approve both the device used to create the microneedling-puncture wounds as well as the device used to prepare the platelet rich plasma (PRP) used drip onto the skin after the microneedling.
Providers of the Vampire Facial should also understand which conditions can be treated and which should not be treat with the procedure. Other techniques, such as how to provide proper anesthesia should also be understood by providers.
Dr. Runels (called the "Orgasm Doctor" by Cosmopolitan & by the Guardian) thinks of himself as a "Calvin Klein of medicine," & initially designed the Vampire Facelift procedure. Out of that process he designed the Orgasm Shot, the Vampire Facial, & Vampire Wing Lift, Vampire Beast Lift, and the Priapus Shot procedures—all created Dr. Runels combining science with the principles of art.
To help keep patients safe, Dr. Runels secured trademarks with the US Patent & Trademark Office so that he could protect patients by limiting advertising of these procedures to providers who agree to follow specific methods and to use FDA approved devices. These marks serve to identify providers who understand the design in the same way a Calvin Klein tag goes on a garment manufactured by another person but who follows Mr. Klein's design.
The Cellular Medicine Association (CMA), founded by Dr. Runels, certifies providers to do the above procedures and coordinates and supports the research and clinical practice of physicians using cellular medicine for the improvement of health, beauty and sexual relations. Anyone can claim to be doing microneedling, but only those certified by the CMA can claim to be doing the Vampire Facial. The provider groups include over 2,000 doctors in 54 countries who contribute immensely to the ongoing research, development, & teaching.