5 Must-Try Cosmetic Treatments for a Refreshing New Look

Updated on July 1, 2021

If there is one benefit to living in this day and age, it’s that cosmetic treatments have become far more accessible than they have ever been in the past. That might not sound important to you now, but once you hear everything possible with cosmetic treatments, you will surely be a lot more enthusiastic about that notion.

It’s important to remember, that there are plenty of other cosmetic treatments beyond the ones listed below. These are just an example of which ones are in demand right now. You can find all kinds of practitioners operating in different parts of the country and performing many, if not all of these treatments. Whether you’re looking for Botox, Coolsculpting, or Kybella New York, California, and Florida are just a few examples of states where these treatments are seeing a surge in popularity.

These are just a few of the ones we think you should try for yourself if you wish to learn what they are capable of. With very helpful insight from NYC’s Skingenity cosmetic center, we hope you will find something interesting and useful among these five treatments. 


Botox has made plenty of #1 spots on countless lists covering the beauty industry and for a good reason. It is absolutely everywhere. Everyone from public figures, to an individual from an average income house has the opportunity to try out Botox for themselves and see how impressive the results are.

By numbing certain nerves under the face, Botox is able to stop the muscle contractions responsible for the wrinkles and other folds that form on the skin above. With Botox, you can greatly de-emphasize these wrinkles and make them significantly less visible. It only takes a few injections of this miracle compound to restore youthfulness to any face.


While the treatment is known famously for being the best way to get rid of a double chin, Kybella goes far beyond that. You will find many practitioners that trust Kybella New York, LA, Miami, and other big cities hosting a myriad of clinics being a clear testament to this trend. 

As with many of the other treatments performed in cosmetic clinics today, Kybella is a minimally invasive procedure which involves injections being administered into the designated area of the body. Once the injected compound is in place, it begins to slowly burn away the fat, as the compound itself is a derivative of deoxycholic acid, a type of chemical found in the stomach. It is naturally very good at breaking down fat for digestion, making it a powerful candidate for the job of toning and trimming excess fat. 


Imagine being able to tone your muscles, something that takes months, if not years to fully accomplish through natural means, and do it without even damaging a single skin cell. It does sound very tempting and Cooltone is the name of this treatment. Training muscles you are doing two of the following things: building up mass and getting shredded. 

Building up mass means the size and strength of your muscles. Essentially, it’s how bulky you get. Getting shredded is about how toned the muscles are and how they look. Some people have very strong muscles, but due to either thick skin, an extra layer of fat, or simply because of their body structure, you cannot see the muscles. This is where treatments like Cooltone come in. Through a special technique called Magnetic Muscular Stimulation (MMS), practitioners can make your muscles contract very rapidly, as if you were exercising at inhuman speeds.

As a result, the muscles get stronger, more toned, and the body is overall in better shape. Some amount of fat may also be reduced as a result, but this is not what Cooltone focuses on. There is an entirely different treatment for that specific job.


Don’t let the similarity in the names fool you. While Cooltone didn’t really have much to do with the cold, Coolsculpting is exactly what it sounds like. Using cold temperatures, you can sculpt the body. Much like Cooltone, this can be done without any incisions or injections, with no damage being done to your body.

Using special metal pads which are the Coolsculpting applicators, practitioners are able to reduce fat buildup in certain areas of the body. While there is almost no limit as to what areas you can treat with Coolsculpting, some popular ones include the stomach, hips, thighs, arms, and back. 


One way of keeping side effects and the time it takes to recover from treatment as low as possible is by utilizing the body’s own abilities and using them to your advantage. That’s what Microneedling does. The procedure involves a specialized needle gun that pokes hundreds of microscopic holes into the surface of the skin. These holes are just shallow enough that they barely cause any bleeding, but at the same time are deep enough to activate the body’s natural regenerative abilities.

In case you haven’t noticed: whenever your skin takes damage, it repairs itself. Unless the damage is deep, the skin will dispose of the damaged skin cells, replacing them with fresh new ones. This is what Microneedling stimulates. By poking these tiny holes into the surface of the skin, it gives the skin that stimulant it needs to start the repairs.

The new skin cells then replace the old ones and create a smooth surface. A great example of a similar phenomenon is with tattoos. If you’ve ever had the opportunity to feel a patch of skin that has recently been tattooed, you should notice how soft and supple the skin is. This is because the skin cells are fresh, healthy, and strong. This is what you want on your face and this is what Microneedling can do for you.

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