I started noticing lines in my forehead and deeper lines around my eyes and hollows; it made me aware I was getting older and I didn’t feel as attractive or as desirable. I want to remain attractive to potential partners; I don’t want to be seen as an old man.
I began placing more importance on taking care of myself by teeth whitening, using cream on my skin, mud masks, flossing, and getting pedicures. But still, amongst men, it’s hard to admit that I do take care of myself with Botox®. I want people to know I respect myself and take care of my appearance not because I’m insecure, but in fact the opposite. I’m proud of my health and the way I take care of myself.
My fears about getting Botox® include getting an infection, it not working, having big bruising, looking fake, and having to take time off work.
There’s a perceived stigma I’m doing something only women do, but I know this isn’t the case.
I don’t want to be overlooked or disregarded as I age; I want to remain competitive in the job market. It’s important for me to still look like I have experience and am established without looking old or worn out.
THESE ARE TESTIMONIALS FROM OUR Male BOTOX® CLIENTS
“I was so surprised how well it worked for my occupational hard hat lines in my forehead. They were completely gone after Botox®”
This leads to thin crepe skin under your eyes, wrinkles, and deeper marionette lines around the mouth.
The key is to inject Hyaluronic Acid (Dermal Fillers) to draw moisture back into these areas and rejuvenate the skin. By doing so, we can correct under eye bags and replenish hollows in the mid-face and cheeks, giving you a more youthful, energetic appearance.
We carry a wide spectrum of injectable fillers and during your complimentary consult we decide which cohesivity of product to use base on your areas of concern.
Our goal is to help you look awake and refreshed not frozen or puffy. Nobody comes into the clinic asking to look 20 years younger, they do, however, come in saying they just want to look like they did 5 years ago or “Pre-Covid”