05 Dec CoolSculpting for the Holidays
December is the perfect month to schedule a CoolSculpting visit, and at Spectrum Dermatology you can choose to give this non-invasive procedure as a gift—or treat yourself and see results in time for Valentine’s Day. CoolSculpting lets you sculpt and contour your body by targeting fat and safely freezing it away. Results start to show in a few weeks, but it can take up to six months to see full results.
The Gift of CoolSculpting
Increasingly, gift-giving has been shifting away from material items. People want not only experiences, but options to make them permanently feel better about themselves. The gift of CoolSculpting means giving someone increased confidence and self-esteem. It’s a surprisingly affordable procedure, suitable for either a stocking stuffer or as the primary gift of the season. You can also rest easy knowing that CoolSculpting is a gift that’s safe and comfortable.
If you’re considering treating yourself this holiday season, now is the ideal time to schedule your first CoolSculpting session. Treatments in December or January mean results will start to show by Valentine’s Day. Make this February, one to remember and finally slip into that slinky dress or bespoke suit for a special night out.
Gone are the days when gifting someone a “weight loss item” (like a diet book) is taboo. The majority of people struggle with stubborn fat that is impossible to lose with diet or exercise alone. A lot of people want to “customize” their body by keeping curves or volume in some areas while spot reducing in others. This is impossible to achieve without CoolSculpting (or risky procedures such as liposuction).
CoolSculpting Consultation – Contact Spectrum Dermatology Today
The days are also over when treating yourself was considered extravagant. CoolSculpting is much more affordable than not only liposuction but many weight loss fads and even memberships at boutique gyms. Give the gift of confidence this season and call Spectrum Dermatology at 480-948-8400 to book an appointment or ask about gift certificates.