The media finally caught on to something we’ve known for a few years. Men have now joined the ranks of women who realize that a wrinkled brow not only add years to the appearance, but also adds the appearance of negative emotions. According to a recent industry article , according to statistics by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, more than 300,000 men tested out Botox last year. Most experts agree that men tend to have Botox treatments for different reasons than women. For most men it is about being competitive in the workplace. In a soft economy the competitive edge is necessary as so many men are competing for the same position. Many men who use Botox say that they do so to soften what look like an angry look because of the frown lines on their forehead. Dr. Kim advises his male patients to be conscious of the fact that in some cases the male brow may be lower than it should be for the best aesthetic appearance. While Botox will slightly improve this a brow lift may be the best recommendation. Most men who have a brow lift are able to return to their regular duties in less than 7 to 10 days. As men continue to understand that appearance is not about vanity and that image is as important as the other preparations we make in life is predicted that Botox is only the beginning of what will be a manly pursuit of youthfulness. Does your man use Botox? Should he use Botox? Are you okay with it?