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Bro-tox for dad, Botox for male patients growing in popularity

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PHOENIX (KSAZ) - Father's Day is right around the corner, and if you're looking for gift ideas, this may or may not be exactly what the father in your life needs.

Just as moms may request Botox, dads too can get the same treatment.

A few pricks and in a few minutes you're done.

"Treatment is that simple now, we just wait 2 weeks for the muscles to relax," said Dr. Kristi Norris, with Body Beautiful Day & Med Spa.

It's called Brotox, men who do Botox, and Norris says it's growing in popularity.

"It's just part of the whole anti-aging thing; people are living longer lives, and they want to look more youthful as they age," said Norris.

"It does appear as a line, and I do look angry, but at the same time I also want to look younger than I am," said Dale Politi.

Younger, with a calmer countenance, may be something for your dad.

"This is a good opportunity for men to try this process out and celebrate Father's Day and what it means to your family so enjoy," she said.

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www.bodybeautifulspa.net
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