‘Scrotox’: Australian men turn to Botox to improve appearance of scrotum
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In our society, it seems to have become the norm to have a nip there, a tuck there. From celebrities to influencers, the pressure is on to the look the best possible, with new trends coming in every day. With this increased interest in plastic surgery, it seems logical to get rid of those little insecurities and boost your self-esteem. However, what seems to be a growing trend with a large portion of women is to get rid of that RBF by using botox and fillers to smooth out those frowns.
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Ian Harris, author of 'Surgery, the ultimate Placebo', explains that through sham or placebo surgery trials, surgeons are discovering that many common surgical procedures, like knee surgery or back surgery, simply have no effect on your body, while at the same time exposing you to great costs and even greater health risks. A sight sure to freeze most men to their very core. In fact, Scrotox is often used to help boost men battling fertility issues as it allows relaxation of the area. But, like all good fairytales, when the clock strikes 12 — or, in this case the Scrotox wears off at around the nine-month mark — our hero will inevitably turn back into a pumpkin and his scrotum will revert to its former wrinkly glory.