Ooft! Are you curious? A wee bit nervous? Accidentally clicked on this article? Welcome.
Because here at Mamamia, there's nothing we love more than asking cosmetic experts all the pervy details when it comes to which treatments they actually rate — and which ones they don't.
And apparently, there's one specific celebrity-approved treatment (it's also all over TikTok) that most cosmetic doctors say isn't worth your money.
Watch: I asked "The Doll Maker" what she'd do to my face. Post continues below.
In a recent episode of You Beauty, co-host Shazzy Hunt interviewed Dr Amy Chahal, founder of The Centre For Medical Aesthetics to find out what an expert really thinks of the viral 'vampire facial' treatment.
And she had some serious thoughts.
What is a vampire facial?
Before we get into it, it's probably worth giving you a little refresher on what a 'vampire facial' actually... is.
Also known as Platelet Rich Plasma (or PRP), the vampire facial is a skin treatment that involves a cosmetic professional extracting a small amount of your blood (just like a regular blood test) and putting it through a centrifuge (a machine that separates the red blood cells from the plasma).