Robbie Williams is making a comeback and his performance on the Graham Norton certainly got everyone talking. What is very noticeable is that the 42-year-old Robbie is looking a much more refreshed version of himself compared to last year.
Robbie has since stated "I've had some fillers and something done to my chin. And I really like it. With the last few albums I put out I looked on social media people were saying, 'f*** he's aged.' And I was like, 'Yeah, I have.'"
Robbie continued: "I was tired, I had mental illness and stress and whatever was going on up there was coming out in my face - The truth of my mind was written on my face."
Robbie went on to explain that he is happy to age in other ways, such as going grey, but didn't want the stress of life showing on his face. This is approach is very much becoming accepted among men with now 1 in 10 British men are seeking aesthetic treatments to help them look the best version of themselves.
What are men seeking?
Most men aren’t wanting to look particularly younger, but they do want to avoid looking stressed, unhealthy or worn-out. We treat many men at our clinic and the feedback they give us is - how surprised they are with their increase in their confidence and out-going personality after their treatments.
Now Robbie's anti-wrinkle treatment to the forehead is far more obvious than need be, but that is his choice. When treating men, I prefer to offer more subtle adjustments that help them look refreshed but still look natural. Typically for man I would suggest that a frozen forehead is not a natural look - instead I would reduce the wrinkles that make him look angry or stressed, whilst still leaving movement so he looks refreshed and keeps everyone guessing.
Other popular treatments, with men that I treat, are eyebags or hollowing under the eyes, double chins and redefining the jaw line.
Men are taking better care of themselves
I find men these days take far better care of themselves. They watch what they drink, they eat healthy foods and are far more athletic well into their 50s. Most men I encounter take pride in their appearance and therefore want to look the best version of themselves. They are also far more conscious of their partners, than men of the past, and want to maintain their attractiveness for them.
More savvy men are making the smart choice of discreet aesthetic options that don’t require time off work, don’t leave tell-tale scars and don’t result in a ribbing from their mates.
I would encourage any man wishing to look fresher, more relaxed and more rested to come in for a chat with me, Clarie or Gemma to find out more.