Men spend more than women to look good

A new study has found that men aged 18 to 35 spend on average £11.72 a week on skin and hair care products – a pound more than women.

The survey questioned 3000 18 to 35-year-old men about their health, fitness and beauty regimes. The study found increasing evidence supporting the rise of the ‘metrosexual man’, with a fifth of men using a daily moisturiser and one in 20 using hair straighteners on a regular basis.

Men may be spending more money on their appearance but women are still spending more time on perfecting their looks. According to the study women take 52 minutes to prepare for a night out, while men only take 29 minutes.

Those looking to find that perfect beauty solution should look no further than The Hospital Group, one of the UK’s leading cosmetic surgery providers. The Hospital Group provides expert advice and a range of treatments including BOTOX™, fillers and cosmetic dentistry.

David Ross, Chief Executive of The Hospital Group said: “This research shows that today’s men are taking just as much pride in their appearance as women and are prepared to enhance their looks with new beauty products and follow new beauty trends.

“For many people maintaining a good appearance can help to boost their self esteem. If someone feels and looks good then their confidence will be high and they will have a much more positive outlook on things.

“At The Hospital Group we can offer expert advice and treatments to ensure that both men and women can maintain and improve their looks.”

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