The New Trend!  

Men are rejuvenating - Ladies push over and share the treatment rooms. 

Men are often more prone to developing lines around the upper face and brow area due to stress and normal aging. Anti-wrinkle helps minimise the wrinkles in the face, including the forehead, between and around the eyes, as well as frown lines. 

The treatment involves tiny, painless injections of a neurotoxin into the main facial muscles, thereby relaxing them. 

Neurotoxin is a muscle relaxant diminishing wrinkles, improving the look of tired eyes, and angry facial expressions. This helps create a more youthful, refreshed, masculine look. The results last many months. 


Brotox is just a fun play on word with reference to botulinum toxin or anti-wrinkle used for men.  

Botulinum toxin is a neuromodulator that works by reducing muscle tension and instead of injecting into the wrinkles and folds of concern as a healthcare professional would do with dermal filler, anti-wrinkle treatment is injected into your muscles which calms them and reduces tension.  

The result? Smoother skin and no forehead folds, frown lines, or crow’s feet! 

This treatment can also be performed to reduce sweating in various areas but particularly under the arm pits, this is called hyperhidrosis - very common in males as this isn't a great look in a business shirt.  

Also, treating the masseter muscles for those who clench their jaw or grind their teeth and potentially suffer from headaches.


How long do the results last? 

With any Anti-wrinkle treatment you will not immediately see results, as it takes a few days for the nerve signals to receive the message from this medication. However, once the area smooths, you will enjoy the results for several months before reinjection is needed. If you do not maintain regular upkeep injections, the dynamic wrinkles will return as they once were. So you should be mindful that with treating these lines and imperfections there is a need for regular maintenance treatments.  

brotox, botox, anti wrinkle, injectables
brotox, botox, injectables, hyperhidrosis