Oh, the things people will do to drink from the fountain of youth: trapping themselves in a human freezer, taking super-supplements, injecting their foreheads with botulinum toxin to temporarily paralyze facial muscles and erase wrinkles. But there's always room for improvement when it comes to anti-aging -- what about parts of your body that most people don't regularly see?
Like the forehead and neck, the scrotum is also subject to the wrinkly perils of getting older, and like the forehead and neck, the problem can be fixed with a little Botox. That's right, men of a certain age are apparently seeking plumper, younger-looking balls. Because nothing screams "youth" like a pair of smooth and tight testicles.
So... ball Botox. Are people actually getting it?
Guess what this is called. Go ahead, guess. Oh, you guessed Scrotox too? Yeah, it's pretty low-hanging fruit, so to speak.
But could this be a legit phenomenon? Of all the cosmetic procedures to make them look like strapping young men, guys are so concerned with their family jewels, they're seeking cosmetic injectables to make them look shiny and new again? If the idea seems far-fetched, that's because it basically is. Although there were reports of men seeking this procedure on Metro.co.uk, it seems like something more out of legend than fact.