Jack Frost has been busy nipping away at noses, and this may encourage growing numbers of people to think about others types of nips … and tucks.

According to dermatologists from Loyola University Health System (LUHS) in Chicago, cold weather months are a popular time of year for anti-aging treatments.

“People tend to do more harm to their skin during warm weather months, so the winter is an ideal time to undergo a facial rejuvenation procedure to correct this damage,” says Rebecca Tung, MD, director of the division of dermatology at LUHS in a news release. “Sun exposure also should be limited after certain cosmetic procedures. This is easier to do in cold weather when daylight hours are shorter and more time is spent indoors.”