Pros & Cons of Choosing Body Contouring Through Spring


Every day is a chance to look your best. However, this is not as easy as it sounds. 

For many individuals, it will take more than regular exercise and the right diet before they can achieve their body goals. 

Good thing there are nonsurgical body contouring treatments such as CoolSculpting® that make this possible, especially during the spring season. Read on to know more. 

What Is Body Contouring? 

Body contouring procedures refer to aesthetic treatments that aim to shape and reshape specific areas of the body without the need for surgery.  

For instance, CoolSculpting® uses cryolipolysis or “fat freezing” to target and reduce stubborn areas of fat that have resisted diet and exercise. 

Moreover, it is FDA-cleared to treat nine different body areas, including the visible bulges under the chin and jawline areas along with bra fat, back fat, underneath the buttocks, abdomen, and flanks, plus under and upper arms. 

Who Is An Ideal Candidate for Body Contouring?

It’s important to note that nonsurgical body contouring treatments like CoolSculpting® are not weight loss treatments. As such, an ideal candidate must:

  • Be within 20 pounds of their ideal weight, maintaining a healthy lifestyle with diet and exercise;
  • Have realistic expectations and understand the limitations of non-surgical procedures without expecting dramatic results overnight;
  • Have small pockets of fat resistant to diet and exercise, especially in the abdomen, thighs, flanks, and (or) arms.
  • Have good skin elasticity with relatively firm skin.

Body Contouring (Through Spring)

Spring is a good time to undergo aesthetic treatments in preparation for the summer months’ adventures. 

Here are some advantages and limitations to consider when it comes to body contouring 


  1. Reduced Discomfort. The cooler weather can numb the treatment area, making the entire CoolSculpting® process more comfortable, especially for individuals with sensitive skin.
  2. Easier to Schedule. People tend to stay indoors during the winter. Hence, there’s a decrease in demand for body contouring procedures, making it easier to schedule.
  3. Appropriate Timing for Results. While results and treatment plans vary between individuals, some individuals may need more than one body contouring session spaced four weeks apart to reach their desired outcome. Starting the process in spring provides ample time to achieve your body goals by swimsuit season. 

Most patients in Scottsdale, AZ, consider spring a great time to invest in their body goals because of better time flexibility.

In case you’re wondering if the same will benefit you, I can help you! I’m a certified Master CoolSculpting® Technician who has performed over 5,000 CoolSculpting® and CoolTone® treatments over the years. 

Call or book a free consultation with me today!