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Jenny McCarthy is a self-described open book when it comes to beauty treatments, and her latest body-contouring before-and-after images are a solid example of what kind of results can be achieved with aesthetic options.

“I have always taken great pride in being transparent about any cosmetic work I’ve had done. So, I didn’t hesitate to share my AirSculpt experience because I’m so happy with the results,” The Masked Singer star shared while discussing her new partnership with the brand. “There’s a lot of pressure to look amazing all the time, and as we grow older, it’s easy to become increasingly self-critical. AirSculpt gave me the extra boost of confidence I was looking for. It was so easy, gentle and quick. I was back to my normal routine within a couple of days.”

As McCarthy told us over Zoom, she received AirSculpt on her waist, coupling it with AirSculpt+, using Renuvion on her abdomen to remove fat and tighten skin, as well as a fat transfer to her hands to combat any signs of aging.

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“Nothing would combat the stubborn fat on my abdomen,” the 50-year-old says. “My girlfriend had done AirSculpt and I thought, ‘Oh my God, these results are unreal.’ I did a deep dive into a rabbit hole on their Instagram page and looked at those before-and-afters, and I said, ‘You know what? This sounds like something I’m interested in trying.’

It’s relatively new. Not a lot of people know about it, but based off all the research and my girlfriend’s feedback, I decided it was for me. When I went in, they told me I could transfer some of that fat to somewhere else on my body. I said, “Can you do my hands?’ Because my hands have been something I’ve been really insecure about forever; I’ve always had older-looking hands, but now that I’m older, I had like 95-year-old hands. They took that fat and transferred it to my hands—I instantly felt like I had lost 20 years. It was such a great added bonus to losing the abdomen fat that I was like, ‘This is something I need to spread the word about.’”

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Spreading the word is something McCarthy says is also key for a woman in the spotlight: “I’ve always been transparent about stuff I do. I think it’s important if you’re going to be in front of the camera and show yourself off. You should let other women know what you’re doing. Which is why I wanted to share the word on this. This works! It was also relatively easy. It was literally one hour and I was awake. They asked, ‘What kind of music do you want to listen to?’ And I said, ‘Pink Floyd.’ I was even able to sing along! 

They put the tool in and just pull it out. Then it fills up a container of the fat and that’s where I had them stick it in my hands. Within 48 hours you can go back to work and I was under local anesthesia—no pain, no stitches, no bruising. They also tightened up the skin after they removed that fat. It was a win-win for me.”

And, when McCarthy says “nothing else was working” on her stomach, it seems she’s not exaggerating: “I was literally doing three-hour workouts before The Masked Singer season started and it wasn’t working. That’s way too much. I did intermittent fasting, starving, hot yoga, everything. When you’re giving it your all and you’re getting up to three hours a day with the workouts, that’s not right. That’s why I knew I needed something else.”

One other “something else” that’s related to beauty this summer: Expanding her Formless Beauty line. 

“I want to launch everything. I do! But I have to go slow and steady because I care so much about ingredients. I am not a person who puts their name and face on anything; I can’t. I am flying to the labs. I am sitting down at the table. I am banging the chemist’s heads, going, ‘Come up with new solutions!’ Besides our amazing glosses, I want to get into eyeshadows, mascara, everything. Mascara is a big one because of those forever chemicals. I’m working hard on not having those in there, and I’d love to do skin care. Very soon!”



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