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Rise of Male Aesthetic Treatments, Interview with Stephanie Murray

24 Aug 2017

Our very own Senior Nurse Steph Murray crowned Perth’s ‘Queen of Injectables’, was recently interviewed by Channel 9’s journalist Emmy on the rise of males, notably businessmen, getting wrinkle relaxers.

Nurse Steph attends conferences around the world focusing on the most advanced injecting techniques to improve and rejuvenate the face. Having been in the industry for over 20 years, she has looked after celebrities, professionals and athletes alike. She leads Absolute Cosmetic Medicine’s award-winning service. Scroll down to watch what she has to say about more males getting wrinkle relaxer treatment.

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One of Perth’s most experienced injectors is reporting a substantial spike in the number of WA businessmen getting wrinkle relaxer treatment. Having jumped by 42 per cent in a year.

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Emmy: Apparently, businessmen are flocking to wrinkle relaxer injectors as the economy’s tanking, and they don’t want to look worried – is this really what it’s all about?

Stephanie: Absolutely. At Absolute Cosmetic Medicine, we are seeing a huge spike of 42% increase just in the last year, just in men having treatment.

They are doing that because the industry is so flat across the border – it is for miners, it’s for farmers, it’s for CEOs. So, it’s not just one demographic. It’s just creating a more youthful appearance. Everyone is youth-focused and finds that it does enable what they do.

Emmy: So you talk about this youthful appearance. What areas are these gentlemen most concerned about, and how regularly do you treat them?

Stephanie: Well, all muscle relaxers will last you roughly 4-5 months, so it is a treatment that you plan for 3 to 4 times a year.

It’s preventative. Most men do between the eyebrows, they’ll do their crow’s feet, they will do their forehead, and that’s just to enable them not to look grumpy when they’re presenting or if they are smiling and it’s not looking too sharp. Or, if they are raising their eyebrows too much and they are not looking too quizzical so it just gives a fresh, youthful appearance and it really does give them the appearance of being more relaxed.

They show that the younger a male is looking, it appears that they are far more successful. So that’s what they are hoping for.

Emmy: You’ve worked in this industry for 20 years. What other treatments are men taking an interest in?

Stephanie: Well, men also take an interest in their jawlines. So they are doing more fillers to the face as well, so we will see a wider broadening of the jawline, they’ll shape their chin, they will sculpt their brows. So, it’s a really common area for men now.

They are approaching it more because they are having more selfies taken on social media. Everyone is photographed far more than they would, so they are far more aware of what they are looking like.

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