Stay Cool for the Summer with the MIX 106 CoolSculpting Giveaway
When it comes to the summer, three things come to mind: Warm weather, floating the Boise river and bathing suits. Get excited about all three with the MIX 106 Cool for the Summer giveaway in partnership with Spa 35!
All of us at MIX 106 believe that everyone should feel comfortable in their skin year round, but especially during the shorts and swimwear season. Let us help YOU feel summer ready by entering to a dual sculpting session at Spa 35 Med Spa located on 11th street in Boise.
Coolsculpting is a non-invasive fat reduction where you can freeze your fat off. There's no down time and Spa 35 Med Spa is the #1 provider of CoolSculpting in Idaho -- so you'll be freezing your fat off with the best in the business!
Do we have you excited yet? Nominate yourself or someone you know to receive the free dual CoolSculpting below. Simply submit a photo and your reasons why you want to receive free CoolSculpting for your chance to win. We'll accept applications until March 25th and will reach out to the winner after the contest concludes.
Once you receive your CoolSculpting, it can take a few months for the full results to shine through, so enter now to be bathing suit ready before opening day of the Boise river floating season!
CoolSculpting non-surgical fat removal is a cosmetic medical procedure that is not appropriate for all people. There are restrictions on its use based upon the medical and physical condition of the prospective patient and upon their physical attributes. Evaluation of a potential patient requires a physical examination and a personal medical history. Spa 35 reserves the right to evaluate the appropriateness of the CoolSculpting procedure for the winner and is the decision making authority regarding patient treatment. If the winner is deemed inappropriate for CoolSculpting treatments by Spa 35 they will make their best efforts to substitute another service for the winner or allow the winner to transfer their award to another person. Winners, or their proxy, must receive the treatment within six months of the award date.