What Types of Procedures Can You Get At A Medical Spa?

There are many reasons why you might choose to visit a medical spa. Obviously, you are looking to improve the condition of your skin or maybe just want a little pick me up in the health or in the aesthetics department.  Whatever your reason, though, there are many different types of treatments and procedures you could pursue.


For one, Clinique Mediluxe botox injections are very popular. This procedure involves the injection of a small amount of botulinum toxin into the skin. This helps to stiffen or tighten the area and can be effective in combating wrinkles (and fine lines and even forehead creases and skin folds). The procedure is non-permanent; but even though you may need a refresher every once in a while it is still much safer (and with a lower risk of regret) than plastic surgery.Image result for What Types of Procedures Can You Get At A Medical Spa?

There are some brands of cosmetics that are essentially just facial filling gels. These can also help to quickly and safely improve your overall appearance without the need for risky, time-consuming, and more expensive plastic surgery.  These gels are made from hyaluronic acid—a carbohydrate that is already naturally present in the human body, and whose presence is just for the purpose of tightening the skin.  


The double chin gets kind of a bad rap. It is not a sign of poor health or even of high body fat but it is often associated with these things. Still, removing the double chin and tightening the skin around the neck and face can make a person look (and feel) younger so this type of procedure is often sought at medical spas. The procedure uses cryolipolysis—non-surgical removal of fat through freezing, essentially—to reduce fat in this area by as much as 30 percent in just a single one hour session.


Aside from the first two, there are several other types of procedures you might pursue on your visit to the medical spa.  This could include skin rejuvenating treatments like:

    • radiofrequency
    • l’Endermolift
    • Intense Pulsed Light (IPL)