SCROTOX, Latest Aesthetic Trend Trend Among Millennial Men

    Male Plastic Surgery Expert Shares Why Millennial Men Are Shooting Up Their Balls

    Being an old and usually out of date product of Generation X, I tend not to pick up on the latest grooming tips let alone aesthetic trends. Further, I’ve seen a lot in my 41 years on this earth, so there is not a lot that surprises me these days. We recently spoke with NYC and LA-based Male Plastic Surgery Expert Dr. Douglas S. Steinbrech as he shares what’s hot in men’s aesthetics.

    The usual plastic surgery requests for David Beckhman Abs and Henry Cavill Jawline are now the norm for his busy bi-coastal practices. However, the latest trend among Millennial Men is SCROTOX, yes SCROTOX.  Why are Millennial Men shooting up their balls?

    What Exactly is SCROTOX?

    Scrotox is a non-surgical cosmetic treatment of the scrotum with Neurotoxin or Botox injections. Botox is used to inject directly into the testicles to decrease sweating, reduce wrinkles, make the scrotum appear larger due to the relaxation of the muscles to enhance their, uh hum, aesthetic appearance.

    What Are the Benefits of Scrotox?

    According to Dr. Steinbrech, some of the benefits may include:

    • Reduces wrinkles
    • Allows testicles to hang down further
    • Makes testicles appear larger
    • Decreases sweating
    • Relieves testicular pain
    • Relaxes the muscles
    • Enhance sexual activity

    Millennial men appear to be lining up outside his Beverly Hills and Upper East Side offices for these shots. I have to say, these guys have some serious balls (pun intended)!

    So if you prefer a lower hanging scrotum, contact Dr. Steinbrech at his NYC or LA location:

    NYC Office: www.MalePlasticSurgeryNewYork.com

    LA Office: www.MalePlasticSurgeryLA.com

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