‘Scrotox’: Australian men turn to Botox to improve appearance of scrotum
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Australian men are turning to Botox to deal with their wrinkly scrotums.
The procedure – called “Scrotox” – is gaining in popularity, with gents willing to fork out about $1000 for a smoother sack.
“Scrotox is the use of Botox, or one of the three neurotoxins for muscle relaxation, injected into the scrotum,” Jayson Oates told news.com.au.
Dr Oates, principal surgeon and medical director of CALIBRE Clinic, a practice dedicated to medical male enhancement procedures, said men opted for the procedure for cosmetic and medicinal purposes.
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February 17, 2021 at 8:42 PM #404449OrduonParticipant
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Oh, God! I have never thought that botox one day will help at this, too…Botox is a very powerful substance and I think that humanity must not play with it too much and inject it everywhere. I have no problems with this but I think that every male that appeals to this kind of procedure must be very attentive. Also, besides the botox, they must be very attentive to which specialist they go for the injection. The doctor must have special courses done in this field like are this one https://drhennessyacademy.com/course/combined-botox-dermal-filler-training-course/.
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