botonics Comment On Increase In Men Choosing Cosmetic Procedures
botonics, London-based treatment centre that specialise in a range of cosmetic surgery procedures and treatments, have commented on the recently released statistics showing a rise of men who consider cosmetic surgery in order to improve their social and professional life.
A recent survey found that since 2009 there has been an 82% increase in men who decided to have cosmetic surgery or treatments, with 1 in 5 men more open to the idea of cosmetic surgery such as liposuction surgery. However, 39% of those who went under the knife found they had to return for additional cosmetic surgery or treatments, and claimed they could not find information or client reviews for their chosen clinic. botonics believe that his is potentially damaging to a clients appearance and their bank balance, and can leave them feeling unhappy and frustrated.
Bill Green, Managing Director of botonics said: “Men, just like women, simply want to look good, not only with regard to their social life, but their professional life as well. Feeling old before your time isn’t gender exclusive and this is why more men are starting to consider botox and other anti-aging treatments. At botonics we believe in providing our customers with all the information they require to make an informed decision about treatment, and our fully-staffed theatre is considerate of all our clients’ needs. With up-to-date high-tech equipment and our modern consulting rooms, we offer a calm and restful environment that our clients can leave feeling younger and happier with their appearance.”