Number of men seeking cosmetic treatments soaring, says Medical Cosmetics
With more men than ever before wanting to look their best and fend off the signs of ageing, around half of males between the ages of 18 and 30 are considering non-surgical cosmetic treatments to enhance their appearance.
Top East Midlands aesthetic clinic, Medical Cosmetics has seen an increase in the number of men coming through its West Bridgford clinic doors for a wide range of treatments including Botox, Soprano laser hair removal and facial treatments.
With more emphasis being placed on appearance and youthful looks, men are under more pressure than ever before to look their best. The team at Medical Cosmetics says male clients now account for 25% of all appointments.
Some of the most in-demand treatments include Botox and dermal fillers to plump the skin and smooth the appearance of fine lines. Both safe and relatively painless procedures are delivered in house by the Medial Cosmetics team of qualified doctors and skilled practitioners, with many male clients becoming regular visitors to maintain firm and smooth skin.
Another key concern for younger male clients is acne – this has meant microdermabrasion treatments are in demand to help reduce acne scars, remove uneven pigmentation and reveal a healthy looking glow.
A popular treatment with all sexes, microdermabrasion can also help combat unsightly and painful ingrown hairs. Men with facial hair can achieve great skin without any signs of redness just a few short hours after the treatment.
Finally, for men that believe that less is more, the team has encountered a surge of enquiries from men interested in removing unwanted body hair on the shoulders or back using the effective Soprano laser hair removal treatment.
“We’re thrilled that more male clients are trusting us with their personal appearance and hair removal need than ever before,” says Dr Asher Siddiqi from Medical Cosmetics.
“The aesthetics industry is no longer solely geared towards our female clients, so it’s excellent to see more and more males investing in themselves.”