Use These Cosmetic Procedures to Keep Up with the Stars in 2017

chinIf you look at pictures of celebrities and wonder, “How can they possibly look that flawless?” then you’re about to be let in on the biggest secrets of Hollywood. The truth is, cosmetic procedures have now become so advanced that it’s possible to receive groundbreaking treatments without enduring any recovery time, surgery, or even pain. That’s why stars like Khloe Kardashian and models like Bar Refaeli seem to literally glow without any effort at all. If you want to keep up with their beauty routines, these treatments are for you.

Kybella

Kybella has practically become a household name with Khloe Kardashian as its spokeswoman. Using the active ingredient deoxycholic acid, Kybella improves the appearance and profile of moderate to severe fat below the chin, also known as a “double chin” or submental fullness. The formation of a double chin used to be out of your control, since it’s largely based on genetics and is difficult to resolve even with a healthy diet and exercise. Now, it only takes a treatment of Kybella to kill that unwanted fat for good and leave a more contoured jawline in its place.

SculpSure

SculpSure is the new FDA-cleared laser for noninvasive lipolysis that is so loved by The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Kyle Richards. This body contouring treatment is only 25 minutes long and eventually achieves a 20 to 25 percent decrease in the number of fat cells in the treated area. Since the laser energy heats the fat cells to the point of killing them, the fat cells eventually are processed and eliminated by the body, never to return again. In less than 12 weeks, you’ll notice your body becoming tighter and more contoured. The most popular treatment areas are the stomach, thighs, love handles, and back.

Vampire Facelift

The Vampire Facelift made headlines when Kim Kardashian first tried it and posted a picture of her microneedled face. The treatment combines microneedling with injections of your body’s PRP to stimulate extra stores of collagen that can heal the skin and reverse injuries like fine lines, wrinkles, laxity, and discoloration. It’s an incredibly powerful treatment that can also be done in laser form to eliminate the minimal downtime while the skin heals. According to Dr. Akhavan, a cosmetic surgeon to the stars, “We have had celebrities who are actively part of a movie or television production stop in for the treatment and then head right back to the set.” How’s that for convenience!?

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