In 2012, according to the American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons, about 10 percent of all cosmetic procedures performed in the United States were on men

One of the most popular of these procedures are Botulinum Toxin Type A injections or Botox.

Men have become increasingly likely to undergo these injections not only to look younger but also as a remedy for excessive arm and hand sweating. Botox injections have been found to have benefits that span beyond the cosmetic. In fact, some studies suggest that the procedure can help treat symptoms associated with fibromyalgia, migraines, cerebral palsy, strokes, and multiple sclerosis. Botox has also been used by men who suffer from an enlarged prostate and are prescribed a regimen of medications, however, a new study has found that this problem may be solved with one injection.

Unlike surgeries such as facelifts and male breast reduction that require anesthesia, Botox injections require no surgery or recovery time. The procedure takes place in the doctor’s office and takes only a few minutes.