You may think it is a little bizarre that some people plan cosmetic surgery according to the season but, when you consider the reasoning behind many of these decisions, it really will not seem that strange after all. For example, December is a popular time for cosmetic surgery, and it is not necessarily because people want to make changes before the New Year begins – although there will undoubtedly be people who have this thought in mind. In fact, the reasoning for most people is very logical.
Many people get time off work around Christmas time, meaning that there is a window of opportunity in which they can have procedures carried out – and have time for some recovery – without having to take time off or explain their reasoning. There are other people who choose to have cosmetic surgery in the winter to leave plenty of time for swelling to subside before the swim suit season or because they can wear more clothes to hide any tell-tale signs. But what about spring? Are there any procedures that are particularly suited to this time of year and is it a popular choice? Read on to find out.
In fact, spring is a popular time for all kinds of cosmetic surgery and a particularly good time for facial surgery, body contouring and breast enlargement procedures. The appearance of the sun makes people look forward to the summer and it has a long-been a season to get things done. You will see people in their gardens getting them ready for lazy days in the sun and hear those talking about the diet they are on to drop a dress size in time for the big reveal. In the same vein, many people choose to undergo cosmetic procedures between April and June before the summer starts in earnest. It allows people plenty of time to recover from the busy Christmas period and to exercise and diet in order to shed the extra pounds they put on over the holiday season. Of course, there will also be those people who opt for a procedure at this time of the year after their New Year’s resolutions have fallen by the wayside.
There are several advantages to springtime cosmetic surgery, however. The British weather means that it does not attract attention if people are still wearing long sleeves or high necks at this time of year, unlike in the summer when there is more pressure to reveal more skin. It is the perfect season to have more minor procedures to get bodies and faces ready for the summer season and, whatever the cosmetic surgery choice, the Bank Holidays at this time offer periods of recuperation without the need to use up valuable holiday at work. There is also the advantage that children are at school for long periods, unlike in the summer or at Christmas. This can be important for mums, dads or carers who need a little recovery time with the demands of children throughout the whole of the day.