A new cosmetic procedure is promising to "eclipse" old age. It's nicknamed the "vampire facelift." It's not actual surgery. Instead, you get injected with a mixture of your own blood to plump wrinkles.
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The "Twilight" saga is all the rage these days. And if the movies and books aren't enough for you, you can now try a new cosmetic procedure promising to eclipse old age. It's nicknamed the vampire facelift. Not actual surgery. Instead, you get injected with a mixture of your own blood to plump up wrinkles. Then again, you could probably do just as well by simply following the undead's example and stay out of the sun.
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