According to Fox News, more men are now making a cosmetic change or are interested in the possibility of changing their appearance than ever before.
Manscapingtops the list of procedures, both invasive and minimally invasive, that men are seeking out.Skincare health is on the rise too, with more men taking an active role in theirpersonal appearance.
A recent study conducted bythe American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery found that men underwent more than 1million non-surgical procedures in 2014. includingBotox injections, photo rejuvenation and fat reduction.
Men seek out these surgeries for different reasons, including a desire to appear more masculineor to appearyoung and relevant in the job market.With Millennials entering the workforce in droves, older Gen Xers and Baby Boomers looking to stay competitive with these younger men may begin investing into methods for rejuvenating their own appearance.
Some experts believe thatmen, unlike women, choose to make more cosmeticchanges at once, in orderto lessen their amount of time in a procedure chair. At the same time, though, men still want to retainsome of their wrinkles or noticeable signs of aging, as it gives them their own edge in making them appear distinguished and experienced.
In addition, some men elect to undergo skin tightening and dermal fillers, to reduce jowls and build onto the chin, areas that are known to be exudemasculinity.
Marotta Plastic Surgery Specialists has a range of cosmeticprocedures available for men, including eyelid surgery, brow lift, chin implant and facelift.
Schedule a consultation with dual board certified facial plastic surgeon Dr. James Marotta to learn more, or visit our website.