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Men’s trends in beauty

Men’s trends in beauty

Men’s trends in beauty

By Dr. Fabian Gurău

A few years ago, cosmetic treatments, substance injections and cosmetic surgery were considered exclusive to ladies and young ladies. But since 2000 and until now, the number of men who resort to treatments to improve the appearance of the skin and not only, has increased by almost 375%.

The new trend in the aesthetics industry is the increase in the number of male clients. There are months when I had more male than female clients at the clinic. Aesthetic treatments and men were once taboo subjects, but today they place more and more emphasis on skin care, being a topic accepted by society.

Social media has and has also had a very strong impact on both the fairer sex and men, who want to look younger and not have “skin defects”. Men are becoming more and more conscientious about their physical appearance.

There are several reasons why men resort to non-invasive treatments over other treatments. One of the reasons would be that the fastest treatments for removing wrinkles, both deep and fine, are accessible. It does not require prior training, and the risks of adverse effects are minimal. You can restore the youth of your skin without using surgical treatments.

Many people believe that non-surgical treatments are for middle-aged people, but they are recommended to be used from an early age. Every person’s skin ages in its rhythm, it also depends on how much emphasis we put on skin care, on a healthy lifestyle, the foods we consume and most importantly we use sunscreen.

Men’s trends in beauty

The treatments I recommend to men also depend on the problem or need they have. These are:

1. Botox

Botox is the most widely used treatment by men today, its effect being almost immediate and can last up to 6 months.

Dysport, Vistabel and Xeomin are substances used in botox injection, these substances eliminate both deep and fine wrinkles, those of expression, around the eyes, lips, forehead, or even wrinkles that occur very often. in men, of those between the eyebrows, which are sometimes very deep.

Another reason why men resort to botox injection is not only to reduce / eliminate wrinkles, it is also to reduce excessive sweating. It is known that men sweat much more strongly than women, so they also use botox to reduce the perspiration of the palms, armpits or even the soles. Like the treatment of wrinkles, they must be repeated every few months to control excess sweating.

2. Chemical peeling

If we are talking about rejuvenating the skin, and the scars left by acne, or pigmentation spots, then the treatment I recommend for men is to do chemical peels. It can be made with different types of chemical acids and at different depths, depending on the severity of the appearance of the skin. This treatment is great for exfoliating dead skin, stimulates collagen recovery, leaves the skin much smoother and more elastic, light and can rejuvenate the skin by up to 10 years.

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3. Microdermabrasion:

I generally recommend this treatment to younger men who want to keep their skin young and radiant. Microdermabrasion is like a “polish” of the face and neck, it is a non-invasive treatment that removes dead skin cells, exfoliation reduces fine lines of wrinkles, diminishes wide pores, excess sebum, skin regaining its elasticity and luminosity, with a much younger look. The treatment can last up to 30 minutes, but it needs to be repeated for a successful long-term result.

4. Derma Fillers:

Men also began in large numbers to use hyaluronic acid, for filling fine lines of wrinkles, filling cheekbones, dark circles and sometimes lips. It is recommended for an immediate effect.

5. IPL

Also a non-invasive treatment that corrects skin problems, an infrared laser treatment that stimulates collagen production. Reduces imperfections caused by aging skin, acne scars, capillary and rosacea problems that can occur on the face. This treatment can also be used to remove pigmentation spots and hair that has appeared in unwanted areas.

It should also be borne in mind that men produce similar amounts of collagen as women, so although the skin type is different from that of women, they may resort to similar non-surgical treatments to rejuvenate the appearance of the skin.

The purpose of men when resorting to non-surgical facial treatments is often different from that of women, who try to keep their masculinity, “rough” physiognomy, but want to reduce age and small defects that may occur.

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