CMF botox before and after

change my face imaging shows before and ‘after’ botox
There has been an increase in professional men aged 25-30 having Botox, reports The Harley Medical Group.

The cosmetic surgery provider said that it had seen the growth across its 26 clinics, with men accounting for 20% of all Botox patients and that Botox is now the second most popular non-surgical treatment with men at The Harley Medical Group.

Dr Nick Milojevic, Botox doctor at The Harley Medical Group, said, “Young men in the City have been spending a lot of time frowning over the last year and we’re seeing the fallout. Men coming into the clinics are telling us that they want to stay looking wrinkle-free despite their demanding lifestyles. Many of my younger patients opt for “baby Botox”, a lighter variation of the treatment that uses extremely low doses of the toxin, giving a subtle and natural effect.”

In 2008, The Harley Medical Group saw an overall increase of 6% year-on-year in Botox treatments.

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