Eamonn Quizzes Men Getting ‘Back To Work’ Botox | This Morning

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The return to the workplace has seen a huge rise in the number of men booking anti-ageing tweakments. Plastic surgeon Dr Aoife Turner has seen her male clients grow from less than 5% to well over 30% over the last 24 months – as they seek botox and jawline fillers to look “well rested” before emerging from lockdown. She joins us today alongside 41-year-old HGV driver Billy Figueiras-Murphy, who says botox has given him the confidence he was always lacking (despite the constant teasing from his mates).

Broadcast on 27/07/21

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