With summer nearly here, ladies’ magazines are filled with articles about women who are traumatised by baring it on the beach in their bathing suits. In truth, the media is getting only half the story. It turns out that men are often just as reluctant to strip down to their skivvies as their female counterparts.
50% think about their appearance several times a day
44% feel uncomfortable wearing swim suits
41% said they worry that people judge their appearance
Surprised? We were, too. In this post, we talk more about the often over-looked topic of male body image and look at some of the ways surgical and non-surgical rejuvenation can help guys enjoy fun in the sun without self-consciousness.
What Would You Give to Have the Perfect Body?
Regardless of age, shape, or size, most of us struggle with body image. While women tend to focus on shedding extra kilos, most men want to bulk up and get more muscle tone. Their goal is to achieve an idealised masculine physique, and they’re willing to give up a lot to achieve it:
“Research from the University of the West of England found…more men than women would sacrifice at least a year of their life in exchange for a perfect body.” – Huffington Post
Fortunately, a wide range of surgical and non-surgical cosmetic enhancement procedures make such a sacrifice unnecessary.
A Face to Match the Physique: Male Facial Rejuvenation in Bondi Junction
Body image doesn’t stop at the chin. 21st Century men want a fresh, youthful face to go with their taut, chiselled bodies. At About Face, we offer men a variety of ways to achieve their goals:
About Face also provides a wide range of non-surgical treatments that address
Uneven skin texture
Fine lines and wrinkles
A Special Invitation for Men in Bondi Junction
Are you tired of covering up on the beach? Would you like to look forward to swimsuit season instead of dreading it? If so, the team at About Face want to help. Please use our online enquiry form or call us on 1300 555 095
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