BROTOX – BOTOX for Men is on the Rise

BOTOX for men

BOTOX® for men is growing in popularity – it’s definitely not just for women! According to BOTOX® Cosmetic, the number of men choosing treatments like it has risen fast – in the past three years, men have gotten over one million botulinum toxin treatments. Some Dermatologists even say their patient base is made up of as much as 35% men now.

The majority of men surveyed say they want to look good and they’re bothered by the changes they see in the mirror.

What Are Men Using BROTOX for Most?

When surveyed, BOTOX says 80% of men say they would choose to treat their crow’s feet first. Also, 74% would first address their forehead lines and 60% would pick their frown lines to treat.

Other Cosmetic Treatments for Men

BOTOX isn’t the only cosmetic treatment men are flocking to nowadays. For example, laser hair removal is another one many men turn to (instead of waxing). Additionally, CoolSculpting is another treatment many men are turning to in order to help with their “dad bod” in areas such as the abdomen, flanks/sides, and the submental area (under the chin).

The reality is that even though women have traditionally been more likely to get cosmetic treatments, many men can benefit from them as well.

The Cost of BOTOX for Men

BOTOX doesn’t cost more for men, it just costs more if there’s more area to cover with the treatment (regardless of gender). Everyone can (and should) be on the lookout for promotions and deals throughout the year to save on BROTOX.

Men Getting Started With BOTOX

National BOTOX Cosmetic Day is coming up and their website has all the details on the upcoming (first-ever) holiday happening on November 20, 2019. They’re offering special offers for one day only! So, don’t miss out on the opportunity to save some money by planning ahead for your upcoming BOTOX treatments.

Also, you can make your appointment with one of Vitalogy Skincare’s Skin Care Providers in the Greater Austin area. Meet with your Provider to map out the best BOTOX treatment schedule — or figure out what combination treatments might be best for you.