In 2019, men are now opting for injectable treatments such as dermal fillers. Something that you may read twice, but it is, in fact, true. The Taboo is being lifted on aesthetic treatments for men and it’s being more widely recognised and accepted that men simply want to look and feel good just as much as women. Body positivity is made for all sizes and genders, and the feminisation of these treatments is being gradually dismantled. If you’re looking for a clinic that specialises in dermal fillers for men, we at James Willis Faces in Exeter and Plymouth have you covered.
The masculine face
The typically sought-after masculine facial structure is usually angular and strong. High cheekbones, a prominent chin with a cleft, accompanied by a chiselled jawline are all common traits of an ‘attractive’ male. On some instances a broader nose may sometimes be requested by male clients.
How dermal fillers work for men
One of the most impressive aspects of dermal fillers, and their main selling point, is that they are entirely buildable, meaning no one size fits all approach is taken and you can add as much or as little dermal filler to an area you see fit. Dermal fillers are no ‘one trick pony’, as they don’t just plump the cheeks but can be introduced to follow the line of the cheekbone helping to enhance this angle and create a more masculine facial structure. Adding dermal fillers to the chin also helps elongate the jawline and create a more angular appearance to the lower face, potentially altering the perspective of the symmetry and balance of your natural facial features.
Ageing male face
Signs of ageing affect us all, both men and women, though it has been reported that women tend to see them first. This is due to the natural make of your skin, and the fact that men’s skin tends to be usually tougher and thicker than women’s skin. However, this prevents neither the flow of time nor collagen degradation, which unfortunately affects everyone – man or woman. Facial folds may appear between the nose and mouth (nasolabial lines) and beneath the eyes into the tear trough. Dermal fillers can be placed within these areas to soften the appearance of these facial folds to produce a more youthful looking complexion without adding any femininity appearance to a male client’s face.
If you’re considering having dermal filler treatment, then feel free to get in contact with us here at James Willis Faces and ensure you book your appointment at either our Exeter or Plymouth branches today.