Have you heard about the latest fad in male enhancement lately? Yes! It’s official that more and more men now are injecting Botox into their balls.
If women have Botox on their face, men have “Scrotox” on their scrotum – a non-invasive procedure which involves injecting Botox into the scrotum to get a lower hanging, wrinkled-free, and more relaxed-looking ball-sack.
This latest male enhancement procedure has doubled in the past year, according to the experts. Dr. John Mesa, a board-certified plastic surgeon based in New York, says he has already performed 15 balls this year and he projects the number will rise in 2017. He told on The Sun Online:
Over the past year, requests for scrotum Botox have doubled at Transform showing the huge demand and interest for this procedure.
Dr. Mesa himself refers the procedure as “Ball Ironing” as men want fewer wrinkles in their balls.
The procedure may take more or less than 30 minutes and will cost you up to $1,500 per session. The effect can last for up to 3-6 months.
What is Botox?
Patient with botulism. Symptoms include: paralysis, droopy eyelid, and respiratory failure. Image via: drhealthbenefits
Botox is a purified form of a neurotoxin protein called botulinum.
Botox was approved by the FDA in April 2002 to decrease facial motion and help eliminate facial lines and wrinkles.
Too much of a Botulinum toxin can cause a disease called “botulism“,which is rare and potentially fatal.
Symptoms of botulism begins with weakness, blurred vision, drooping eyelids, trouble speaking, chest pain and legs. If you have signs of botulism, seek a doctor immediately.
And What About Scrotox?
Scrotum botox. Scrotox. Balltox. Or whatever you may call it. It is a non-invasive procedure that involves Botox being injected into the cremaster muscle of the scrotum to relax and loosen up the scrotum. It’s quite more painful because scrotal skin is way more sensitive than the face.
According to Dr. Mesa, Scrotox mimics the effect of a warm day: the balls appear lower and look smoother with fewer wrinkles.
Dr. Mesa further explains:
“…I would say Botox in the scrotum would be more beneficial because it keeps the temperature of the testicles lower.”
Who Should Get Scrotox?
Any men who are concerned about their “tight balls” and make it appear bigger by allowing the testicles to drop lower and look smoother with fewer fine lines. And also for men who has a personal issue about severe sweating in a private area, Scrotox may work for it.
Why Scrotox Your Balls?
(1) Make the scrotum low hanger
When your testicles are swinging low and heavy, you can be fairly sure not only that it looks more aesthetically attractive but also it produces more sperm.
Britain’s first Professors of Andrology, Prof Pacey, who works for the University of Sheffield, confirmed that:
The starting point that I think it is really important for men to understand… that how many sperm a man produces is largely down to how big his testicles are. The bigger the balls, the more sperm a man will produce.
(2) Wrinkle-free balls
De-wrinkling your balls can make it a little more aesthetically pleasing it did when you were in your teens.
(3) Reduced excessive sweating
Botox is most commonly used to treat hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating) of the armpits, but it can also be effective in other areas, such as the hands, feet, face and why not in your junk?