What men look for in cosmetic surgery

Out of the fifty thousand-plus cosmetic surgery procedures that happened last year, just over 4,000 of them were performed on men.

And while that doesn’t sound much compare to female procedures, that’s over twice as many than a decade ago. Yes, men are getting wise to the benefits of cosmetic treatment – and what they’re looking for may surprise you as their expectations tend to differ from women’s. Here’s what they’re looking for:

Fast treatment

The vast majority of men are more concerned with non-surgical treatments that get them in and out as quickly as possible, with an even shorter recovery time.

Body over face

While the majority of cosmetic treatments requested by women are to do with the face, men are far interested in the body. Fat reduction and body contouring are the most popular.

Subtlety is everything

We’re all after a natural look after cosmetic enhancement, but men are far more insistent on this than women – the perfect result for men would be to look like themselves, but better.

A new solution

If you’re looking for a treatment that covers all of these bases, the latest addition to our clinic might just interest you. Sculpsure is a revolutionary new laser bodysculpting treatment.

Using laser to target and destroy fat cells in just 25 minutes, the visible results of Sculpsure become evident over a period of several weeks, as the fat dissolves and is removed from the body – with the result that friends and colleagues will assume you have lost weight through diet alone.

The procedure is virtually pain free, with the vast majority of patients not even requiring a topical anaesthetic cream during treatment, and requires little to no downtime, allowing you to return to work immediately afterwards if needs be.

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