While women make up the majority of cosmetic surgery patients in the US, men are increasingly turning to these minimally invasive procedures for an improved appearance. While the reasons may differ from one person to another, these are some of the most common cosmetic treatments among today’s men.
Jokingly referred to as ‘Brotox’, Botox is one of the most common non-surgical treatments. With its power to minimize wrinkles and fine lines, Botox is one of those simple changes for big effects in our face. Men, particularly baby boomers, are getting Botox in increasing numbers.
Over two-thirds of adult men have submental fullness, otherwise known as a double chin. This can disrupt the symmetry of the face, resulting in a heavier and older look. To prevent it, more men are opting for Kybella, a non-invasive procedure that’s FDA-approved to treat double chins. Kybella works by quickly destroying fat …