When it comes to the visible effects of aging, men just have it easier. An older man is often considered to be just as attractive as he was in his youth. Take George Clooney, who, like a fine wine, has simply gotten better with age. So it came as a surprise to me to read recently in The New York Times that Botox use among men was on the rise.
After all, aren’t their wrinkles, unlike ours, supposed to be dignified? But, according to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, of the 4.6 million procedures performed last year, 300,000 of them were on men.
What do you think of this growing trend?