More and more men are opting to have Botox in a bid to keep their skin looking younger, according to one clinician.
Caci Medi-spas clinical adviser Jackie Smith, who practises in New Zealand, told the New Zealand Herald she has now treated men from all walks of life, from school teachers to builders.
“Like women, they are usually in the region of 40 years and starting to feel as though their ageing is impacting on their self-confidence,” she explained.
Ms Smith added that although men are now more willing to indulge in Botox, they may not always admit having done so afterwards as they are shy about people knowing they care about their appearance.
Last month, Happy Days actor Henry Winkler told the Express he thinks Botox is a great invention for both cosmetic and medical reasons.
He added that he wishes it could have been around when his mother was still alive, as it could have helped her with the symptoms of a stroke.