More men could soon be tempted to turn toward Botox, if the findings of a new survey are anything to go by.
The poll, carried out by Men's Health magazine and Slendertone Face, discovered that 35 per cent of men say they worry about getting wrinkles and a saggy face, while 41 per cent fear that getting old and wrinkled could spoil their chances of being lucky with the opposite sex.
Meanwhile, a quarter of the guys questioned said they thought appearing old might hold them back at work.
More than half of the respondents said they put pressure on themselves to look young, athough one in ten said they feel their partner wants them to stay youthful.
However, although all of those polled recognised that ageing is inevitable, 67 per cent said they knew they could do something about it, which could include using more moisturiser or having Botox.
Last month, Caci Medi-spas clinical adviser Jackie Smith told the New Zealand Herald she has noticed more and more guys opting to have Botox in a bid to keep their skin looking younger.