5 Beauty Treatments to Save Up For

Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, and it is not every day that people find the same beauty trends equally awesome. If you consider a certain look to be beautiful, and you would like to enhance your natural beauty then you should. There are so many treatments out nowadays we have lost count! However, I’ve created a list of the most popular beauty treatments around. Therefore, if you have wanted to try any of the beauty treatments on the list, I suggest you start saving now instead of waiting until the last minute.

Laser Hair Removal

The worst thing about puberty is having to deal with the body hair that came with it. Body hair, in some instances, puts off an unpleasant aroma, regardless of where it is on your body. It provides a surface for bacteria to stay which creates that nasty stench. Laser hair removal removes the hair for a long time, nearly permanent.

Smaller areas such as upper lip and under arms can cost a person between $100-200 per treatment. For larger areas, the cost of laser hair remold can range between $350-900 per treatment. If this beauty treatment is up your alley, then you can say farewell to waxing and shaving!

Eyelash Extensions

Long, fluttery lashes is a trend that is taking the beauty world by storm. They vary in prices and can cost anywhere from $150-200, and $50 for touchups. Many times, lashes cannot grow long, or they just won’t curl no matter what mascara application is used.

The false lashes are glued onto your real lashes so it is important to do your research and see if lash extensions are the best option for you. There’s no turning back after application! With lash extensions, you will not have to apply mascara to your lashes because your lashes are already flawless! A typical lash extension set can last you for as long as three weeks without having to get a fill.

Cellfina: The Treatment That Gets Rid of Cellulite

Cellulite can take a blind eye to most people, but for some it is appalling to say the least. Cellfina is a beauty treatment that helps minimize the appearance of cellulite. According to studies, 80% of women over the age of 20 develop cellulite naturally at some point in their life.

Regular exercise and dieting can reduce some of the appearance of cellulite, but it will not clear away everything. The best candidate for this treatment has dimpled cellulite compared to wavy or uneven skin. The dimples respond the best to the treatment, especially when located on the thighs and butt area. This beauty treatment start as low as $2,000, and can last for at least two years.

Removal of Varicose Vein

Using Varicose vein removal to permanently eliminate the large veins can cost a person between $950-3,000.  Varicose veins not life threatening, just annoying to look at. They are usually are bulging, bluish cords running just beneath the surface of your skin.

According to WebMD, “They almost always affect legs and feet. Visible swollen and twisted veins — sometimes surrounded by patches of flooded capillaries known as spider veins.” Just one varicose vein stripping treatment will get rid of all your varicose veins. The beauty treatment lasts forever, and with minimal discomfort during and after pre-op. The doctor uses anesthetic around the area and makes a tiny incision and actually removes the vein altogether.

Lived-In Hair Color

Most women aren’t afraid to change their hair color on a consistent basis, but then there are some of us who actually like to keep a look longer than the normal six weeks. The lived-in hair color treatment is for the folks that hate going to salon to get touch ups when their hair color starts to fade out.

The lived-in hair color treatment lasts between six to eight months and can cost as low as $350. The treatment is well worth it if you prefer to get your color touched up twice a year compared to every six weeks. In addition, the treatment application can take up to five or more hours so be sure to bring your favorite snacks and reading material.


Beauty treatments can be beneficial if you do them correctly. Not to mention, you get what you pay for. Be willing to invest in your beauty! It is vital to check with your physician before indulging into beauty treatments that you have never tried before.

What may work for someone else may not work for you. Results vary; therefore do your research before trying a treatment. Have you ever tried a treatment that you were so pleased you kept getting it done? Leave a comment below to share your stories!

The CGS Team



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