The launch of new “Manotox” cream capitalises on a growing trend for male grooming, skincare and anti-ageing treatments.
The new cream claims to reduce lines and wrinkles without surgery or needles in a daily application at home. While male skincare products have been around for a few years, this product is the first ‘botox in a jar’ type product dedicated to men.
This highlights the amount of care men are now taking over their appearances.
The male grooming sector is valued at £6.2 billion per annum and growing fast. According to research, 25% of men now have beauty treatments at least once a fortnight (e.g. facial, waxing, massage, manicure) and men take up to an hour to get ready, rivalling the amount of time spent by women.
The trend extends to non-surgical treatments such as injectables and laser treatment.
While data in the UK is lacking, we generally follow the trends from the USA. Latest statistics from the ASAPS (American Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery) show a 24% increase in the number of non-surgical cosmetic procedures had by men from 2012 vs 2011 and a 26% increase in cosmetic injectable treatments (i.e. botox, fillers).
While a cream can not realistically rival the impact of injectable treatments, there are 2 things to remember:
- good daily skin-care is as important for men as it is for women
- men are just as able to benefit from cosmetic treatments
Skin Treatments for Men
Quinn Clinics see a number of male patients in their Bristol and London clinics.
Established in 2006, the clinic is led by Dr John Quinn who carries out all injectable treatments personally to a very high standard. Results are effective yet highly natural looking.
Read more advice on skincare for men.
Botox and Fillers, London, Bristol
To discuss cosmetic treatments in confidence, please arrange to see Dr John Quinn. Quinn Clinics offer a full range of cosmetic, medical and laser skin treatments, including popular Botox and dermal fillers to tackle lines and wrinkles as well as IPL facial laser and CO2 and radio-frequency treatment.
Please call 0117 924 4592 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for further information or to book an appointment.