Reports today suggest that Premiership footballer Wayne Rooney has undergone botox injections to smooth out his forehead.
In a recent television interview, Rooney’s brow appeared noticeably wrinkle-free, an indicator of the anti-ageing treatment. His spokesperson denied the claims.
If he has been treated, then the news is unsurprising to us at Courthouse Clinics. Since 2011 we’ve seen an incredible 216% increase in the number of male patients who’ve had botox, with men now making up over 6% of all botox treatments. Botox use is getting more and more press of late, with Simon Cowell and Ryland Clarke both using the product
Apparently Rooney has previously had cosmetic surgery to solve the problem of his thinning hair, too, and we agree that compared to his October appearances Wayne Rooney is indeed looking good. The hair transplant was undertaken in 2011, with Wayne Tweeting “Just to confirm to all my followers I have had a hair transplant. I was going bald at 25, why not? I’m delighted with the result.” He had a follicular transfer, where hairs are removed from donor areas (normally at the back of the head), and replanted in thinning areas.
Rooney had previously written about hair loss in his autobiography, admitting to standing in front of the mirror and reflecting: “Bloody hell, you’re going bald and you’re only a young lad.”
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