Cosmetic surgery has of course mainly been perceived as a tool utilised by women to maintain their appearance in what has become a largely image orientated society. Men have always shied away from going under the surgeons knife in a bid to not be seen as worrying too much about their appearance.
In the last few years of course it has become increasingly acceptable for men to look after their appearance and the market has now been flooded with skincare products aimed specifically at men.
Of course as we age we can only achieve so much with products that penetrate only a short way into skin. It is inevitable we will lose some of the elasticity in our skin and expression lines will deepen to form permanent wrinkles. When this happens we may need to turn to cosmetic surgery to provide an answer.
Women have been secretly using procedures such as facelifts, eye bag removal and weight loss surgery for many years to maintain their appearance and the procedures can of course be applied to both sexes. Indeed these relatively minor operations are becoming a normal part of our maintenance and daily routine.
The number of men seeking cosmetic surgery procedures has risen dramatically in the last couple of years in particular and continues to do so sharply. Procedures such as Liposuction can even be more effective in men as the fat is more localised and stomach area less stretched due to not having to go through pregnancy.
All in all it certainly seems that it is now much more acceptable to opt for cosmetic surgery if you are of the male persuasion and, if you utilise a good surgeon, who’ll know…..
Cosmetic surgry is now acceptable for men. Procedures such as weight loss surgery can be very effective. Seek out an experienced and approved surgeon to make sure your plastic surgery goes without hitch.