It may be difficult for men to admit, but they suffer from the effects of stress just like women. Dr. Kim explains to his male patients that stress shows on their faces with a wrinkled brow and crowsfeet around the eyes. This can be softened in most cases with Botox. In most cases a brow lift combined with blepharoplasty may be a better option. Some men have what appear to look like bags beneath the eyes. These are improved substantially after surgery. Although most men are less than enthusiastic about plastic surgery once they commit to having procedures the overwhelming majority of men admit not only that they look better, but also that they would do it again. To maintain their best appearance men should avoid stress. According to The Los Angeles Times a growing number of men are now suffering from the seductive promise that they can have it all: the comforts and rewards of a fulfilling family life, a job that brings satisfaction and a paycheck big enough to support the needs of the aforementioned family, and freedom from conflict between the demands of each.