Botox and Boomer Men
Over the years, more and more importance has been placed on appearance in the work place. Plastic surgeons and dermatologists have seen an increasing number of professionals coming into their practices with the hopes to appear younger and improve their careers. The number of men seeking plastic and cosmetic surgery is rising. Total cosmetic procedures for men rose 22% from 2000 through 2012, according to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons.
Job seekers who are 55 and over have a much more difficult time finding a job after being laid off or fired. The unemployment rate for those 55 and over is lower than for other ages, but a youthful appearance can only help a job seeker’s quest. Men are turning to their plastic surgeons and dermatologists in order to fill and get rid of wrinkles. However, extending a youthful look does not come cheap. is not covered by insurance and is not a one-time expense because the results are not permanent. Some men find Botox as an investment and even a way to advance their careers. It is not uncommon in today’s world to desire a youthful appearance in order to gain an edge during the interviewing process or land a promotion.
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Adapted from this Morning Star article.