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More men getting cosmetic injections
    2017-May-18  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

More and more men are jumping on the Botox train — and are finding all sorts of reasons to give the toxin a try.

An impressive 453,281 male patients got botulinum toxin injections last year, increasing the number of total procedures by 9.9 percent for both men and women, according to a recent study by the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery.

Plastic surgeons have become used to seeing men in their practices. Several of them explained to the Huffington Post what motivations had driven their male clients to try the procedure — from wanting to remain competitive in the workplace to finding inspiration on social media.

Men too feel pressured to look young and feel that a more youthful appearance might help them to retain their jobs longer, according to the physicians, who said patients from 35 to 65 were interested in Botox.

“They’re simply having more procedures done because they want to remain competitive in an increasingly ageist workplace,” Daniel Mills, president of the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, told the Daily Mail website.

Doctors Paul Nassif and Terry Dubrow, who both star on E!’s “Botched,” agreed with Mills.

“The younger and better you look, the better chance you have to stay in the market and compete. It’s as simple as that,” Dubrow said.

Most frequently, men want the toxin injected around their eyebrows and eyes, according to the doctors.

Significant others and spouses can also play a part in convincing a man to step inside the plastic surgeon’s office.

Some of them become more comfortable with the procedure after seeing a loved one having it, while others simply claim their other half demanded they get the injections.

Social media — and the desire to look great on an online dating profile — have also inspired more and more men to give the toxin a try.

Most men likely to get Botox tend to have higher incomes, and many of them work in the art, fashion, law or business industries, the physicians said.

越来越多的男性开始加入了注射肉毒杆菌的行列,还为自己的尝试寻找各种借口。

据美国整形外科学会最近的一项研究显示,去年注射肉毒杆菌的男性人数高达453281人,使全年男性和女性的总注射次数增加了9.9%。

整形外科医生已习惯于在诊所看到男性顾客。几名医生告诉《赫芬顿邮报》,男性客户尝试美容注射的动机各异,有人希望能在职场保持竞争力,有人是为了在社交媒体上获得肯定。

医生们说,男性也会感受到保持年轻面容的压力,他们觉得更年轻的外表可以帮助他们保住工作。医生们还表示,35至65岁的顾客都对肉毒杆菌感兴趣。

美国整形外科学会会长丹尼尔•米尔斯博士告诉每日邮报网站,“男性接受的美容治疗越来越多,只是因为他们希望在年龄歧视问题日益突出的职场中保持竞争力。”

保罗•纳西夫和特里•杜布罗两位医生都同意米尔斯的观点,他们都参加了E!频道播出的Botched整形真人秀节目。

“看起来越年轻,外貌越好,就有越多的机会留在职场竞争。道理就是这么简单,”杜布罗说。

根据医生的说法,男性通常选择在眉毛和眼睛周围注射肉毒杆菌。

说服男性进入整形外科医生的办公室,伴侣和配偶也起了作用。有些男性看到自己的爱人注射之后,更容易接受美容注射。还有些人称是另一半要求他们来接受注射的。

社交媒体以及想要在约会网站的个人资料中看起来光鲜的想法也促使越来越多的男性尝试注射肉毒杆菌。

医生们说,大多数选择注射肉毒杆菌的男性往往收入较高,而且许多人都在艺术领域、时尚行业、法律业或商务领域工作。

(Chinadaily.com.cn)

Words to Learn 相关词汇

【注射】zhùshè injection the act of putting a liquid into the body by means of a syringe

【歧视老年的】qíshì lǎonián de ageist having discrimination based on age, especially prejudice against the elderly

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