Book your appointment

  • * = Required Field
Scroll To Top
Top o th plane, Ashbourne Lane
High Peak SK23 9UG
CALL NOW 07809 492 356
CALL 07809 492 356

Male Botox and treatments for men

The world of male aesthetics has grown exponentially. Now, things that were previously and culturally viewed as inherently feminine are becoming more accessible and less taboo for men. With the introduction of male makeup artists that wear their own craft, ‘Broga’ as yoga for men, male skincare, and even ‘Brotox’, men are lifting the stigmas surrounding these things and realising their benefits. Male Botox and aesthetic treatments for men are on the rise, but how do you approach these treatments specifically for a male face?


Male Botox or ‘Brotox’

Male Botox is increasingly growing in popularity as many men are now enjoying softening the appearance of expressive lines and wrinkles. Common areas for male Botox are the crow’s feet, frown lines, and forehead lines, with some male clients even stating it makes them feel more confident at work and in social situations. While it’s true that men’s wrinkles have historically been criticised less than women’s, there’s an increasing awareness and opting-for of Botox for men.


Male dermal fillers

The typical masculine facial structure is characterised by a strong angular jaw, a strong chin, high cheekbones, and even sometimes a broad nose. An angular facial structure is generally the readily accepted and sought-after appearance by men and those attracted to them, so with this considered it’s no wonder than male dermal fillers as well as Botox have also seen an increase in interest. What’s key what treating men with dermal fillers, though, is to ensure that an overtly ‘done’ appearance isn’t achieved. Dermal fillers for men can be precision-placed in areas such as the chin, jawline, and cheekbones to create more subtle angles that change the perception of the entire face. Dermal fillers aren’t entirely feminine, because they can achieve masculine results when they’re placed in key areas of the face.


Male skincare

Men’s skin is typically less problematic than women’s because it ages differently – it’s a little tougher and collagen loss can be slower. With that being said, though, the rise in specifically male skin has also been noted, and many men are seeking healthier looking and feeling skin. With the need for natural-looking results that still deliver a healthier complexion, treatments such as microneedling and chemical peels are increasingly popular for men.


Male Botox and treatments in High Peak

Whether you’re seeking Botox, dermal fillers, or skin treatments in High Peak, you are welcome at Skin Solutions Clinic. Registered Nurse Karen Burgess will perform an individualised consultation and treatment plan to ensure that your results are uniquely tailored to you. Call 07809 492 356 to arrange your initial consultation today!

To find out more call us on 07809 492 356 or email us