You spent all winter wearing the bulkiest, warmest clothing you have, so it makes sense that when summer rolls around, people want to show off their bodies as best they can. You want to put that bulky clothing away and wear something a little more flattering. That same impulse to show off during those summer months can lead people to their plastic or cosmetic surgeons searching for non invasive cosmetic procedures that are good for summer months.
What Non Invasive Cosmetic Procedures Are Good for Summer Recovery?
Which sounds like a mouthful, does it? Which of those non invasive procedures are good for summer, and why are they popular around this time of year anyway?
These days, there are a wide variety of non surgical, non invasive procedures that can produce tangible and real results. That wasn’t always the case–many of these non invasive procedures are rather novel. And that’s important because once we hit the midpoint of the year, you don’t really have much time left to undergo surgery and recovery before summer’s end. So non invasive, non surgical procedures become the go-to if you want to make cosmetic changes to your body.
What Are Your Options?
That doesn’t mean that you should always go with a non invasive option if it’s past the month of May or anything like that. No matter the time of year, you should always discuss all of your options with your plastic and cosmetic surgeons. Sometimes, those summer months are going to be the best possible option for achieving a surgical transformation–and so you’ll want to move forward then.
But if you want to have time to show off your “summer body” before the season is out, you’ll have to pay special attention to the recovery times involved. And that is one of the reasons that many individuals will seek out non surgical or non invasive treatments: due to their non invasive nature, these cosmetic treatments require significantly less downtime.
This means that, so long as you stick to these non surgical options, you’ll be able to undergo a cosmetic procedure and, in all likelihood, still be able to show off your results sometime this summer. That will vary on the procedure you’ve selected of course–and you should discuss all of your options with your cosmetic or plastic surgeon to ensure the procedure you’re undergoing is the right one for your desired outcome.
Non Invasive Procedures Popular in the Summer
The summer of 2019 has, thus far, gotten off to a rather wet start. Whether that continues throughout the rest of the season remains to be seen. But it never hurts to be ready for warm, summer-like weather. And there are several non invasive procedures that can help you do that:
- Coolsculpting: It might seem counterintuitive to rely on a “cold” procedure during the summer months, but if you want to do a little body contouring without having to go under the knife, Coolsculpting is a great option. By harnessing the power of cold, Coolsculpting targets fat cells in specific areas of the body. It may take several weeks to see your results, but Coolsculpting is capable of eliminating modest areas of stubborn fat.
- Kybella: If you have excess fat around your jawline, Kybella might be a great option for you. Kybella injections are intended to melt away “submental fat”–that same fat that causes the creation of the so-called double chin. It takes several weeks to see Kybella’s final results, but it’s hard to argue with these fat melting injections, especially since there’s virtually no recovery period.
- Dermal fillers: If you want to eliminate lines and wrinkles without the need for surgery, then dermal filler injections will likely be part of the conversation. These fillers are designed to temporarily take up space beneath your skin (as in, they fill volume). The result is that they can diminish your wrinkles and make you look significantly more youthful. Not bad for a procedure with no downtime.
Is Basing Your Procedure Around a Season a Good Idea?
To some extent, there’s no “perfect” time to undergo a cosmetic procedure. The sooner you have your procedure, the sooner you’ll be able to see your results. But you do want to make sure that you’re in a position to take time off in the event of complications. And that you aren’t rushing into any decisions.
In other words, it’s not a bad idea to take things slow and make sure you get everything right. That’s why talking to your cosmetic or plastic surgeon is such an important part of the whole process.
About the Author: Nick Engebretson has been working with cosmetic and plastic surgeons for over twenty years as a marketer. He’s constantly in communication with surgeons to make sure his information is accurate, up to date, and engaging.