You might not think guys would want to willingly “inject” the chemical compound into their “testicles.”
But one board-certified plastic surgeon, John Mesa, M.D., says he has performed “Scrotox” on 15 men, and he “anticipates” that number to rise significantly in 2017.
He refers to the procedure as “ball ironing,” and says that more and more men are looking to seek the “treatment” for the same reason you’d want regular Botox: “They want fewer wrinkles.”
Since your “testicles” only function properly if their temperature is “lower” than your internal body temp, your scrotum “relaxes“ in warmer conditions and “contracts” when it’s colder.
Over time, this can cause a loss of “elasticity and create wrinkles.”
When you inject “Botox” into the scrotum, it “smooths” the wrinkles and also allows your testicles to “hang” down farther, which makes them “appear” larger.
But is that “worth” having a doc jab a “needle” into your boys?
“Technically, it’s more painful to get Botox in your groin than in your face because it is a much more sensitive area,” Dr. Mesa admits.
“But we minimize that with a topical anesthetic. And once the numbing meds kick in, you won’t feel anything.”
Any guy over the age of 21 can have the procedure done, which takes around “40 minutes and costs between $500 and $800 per session,” says Dr. Mesa.
Like regular Botox, Scrotox “lasts up to 4 months,” he says.
But make no mistake: “Absolutely no research has been conducted on the medical benefits or long-term effects of Scrotox, making it an entirely cosmetic procedure.”
Are smooth balls even desirable? Aren’t the weird “wrinkles” exactly what balls have “going for them” in the first place?
George Clooney, well-known for his “rugged” handsomeness, has said he spent his money getting his testicles “ironed out” instead of his face.
Cosmetic expert Nurse Jamie said she added “Tighten the Tackle” to the list of services at her Santa Monica “Beauty Park Spa” and it has been a raving success.
Comparing it to a “Brazilian” bikini wax, Jamie says she uses “lasers to remove hair, erase wrinkles, and correct discoloration on the scrotum.”
Let that “sink” in a minute, it’s a “laser beam” on your testicles. No way that can possibly have any “horrible” side effects, right?
There you have it, fellas, you no longer have the excuse of simply “being a man” for grossing out your partner with your “wrinkly” junk.