• Britney Spears made an appointment with plastic surgeon Dr. Gabriel Chiu to undergo two body-toning procedures last week
  • The singer reportedly was "excited' to make decisions for herself and to work with Chiu to "feel like her best self"
  • Spears documented her beauty treatments on her Instagram Story

Britney Spears is happy about having control over her own life and finances after being freed from her 13-year conservatorship last month.

The 40-year-old pop superstar recently enjoyed some beauty treatments with the help of Beverly Hills plastic surgeon Dr. Gabriel Chiu, who made a house call on Dec. 18, an unnamed insider told Entertainment Tonight.

Spears reportedly got InMode’s Forma and EmSculpt, which are minimally invasive body-toning procedures.

"She seemed very excited to be able to make decisions for herself like this one, and work with Dr. Chiu to feel like her best self," the source said.

Earlier this week, Spears shared on her Instagram Story videos of herself with the surgeon, who is the husband of "Bling Empire's" Christine Chiu.

In the first clip, Spears showed Dr. Chiu using the Forma device on her arms. The second clip showed the singer turning the camera to the Emsculpt device strapped over her stomach area.

Spears' cosmetic treatments come just over a month after Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Brenda Penny ruled that the singer is free to handle her finances and conduct business on her own and terminated her conservatorship under her father, Jamie Spears, on Nov. 12.

"The court further finds and orders that Britney Jean Spears has the ability to execute documents transacting business on her own behalf and that any previous order entered by this court regarding restricting her ability to sign estate plan documents revoked," the judge stated.

Following the termination of her conservatorship, which was first implemented in 2008, Spears opened up to fans about what it was like to be able to withdraw money from her ATM, buy the things that she wanted and drive herself again.

"I'm just grateful, honestly, for each day," she said in an Instagram video last month. "Being able to have the keys to my car and being able to be independent and feel like a woman. Owning an ATM card, seeing cash for the first time, being able to buy candles. It's the little things for us women, but it makes a huge difference. I'm grateful for that. It's nice. It's really nice."

In another post, Spears said she had her "first glass of champagne at the most beautiful restaurant" she had ever seen to celebrate the end of her conservatorship and her birthday, which was on Dec. 2.

The singer also expressed her gratitude to her lawyer Mathew Rosengart for "turning her life around" and to the fans who have been campaigning for her freedom.

Britney Spears on stage in Las Vegas in 2018
Britney Spears on stage in Las Vegas in 2018 GETTY IMAGES NORTH AMERICA via AFP / Ethan Miller