Scrotox promises to smoothen out your balls. Would you get an injection down there to achieve this trendy new scrotal look?

Guys going in for some botox is nothing new. In fact, cosmetic procedures are growing in popularity among men. But some men are going a step further and getting botox in a more intimate region: their balls.

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According to plastic surgeons, men are starting to discover the benefits of injecting botox in their scrotum. The procedure is becoming so trendy that there’s a new term for it: “scrotox.” The obvious perks are that your sack become less wrinkly and your testicles drop a little lower, making your balls look bigger. Plastic surgeons compare it to having taught balls on a warm summer day.

My lower-hanging, relaxed and looser balls were more stimulating.

The other benefits of scrotox is that it reduces the amount of sweat produced in that region, so your balls become less sweaty. Plus, smoother balls could be a turn-on for your partner. One man even told Cosmopolitan that getting scrotox had improved his sex life drastically.

“My lower-hanging, relaxed and looser balls were more stimulating for my girlfriend. For her, she says it does stimulate the vulva region more and perhaps even the clitoris [when we have sex in certain positions]. As they are lower, they can reach places on her body better.”

Although this type of scrotal self-care may seem extreme, similar procedures have been around for a while. Plastic surgeons have performed “scrotal lifts” to remove excess skin to basically achieve the same look as injecting botox in your balls. George Clooney even joked once about getting this type of procedure.

“I did get my balls done, though,” the always-cheeky actor told Esquire in 2008. “I got them unwrinkled. It’s the new thing in Hollywood – ball ironing.”

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If it’s good enough for Clooney, is it good enough for you? What do you think? Would you considered getting scrotox? Or do you think there are enough benefits to go through with such an evasive cosmetic procedure? Let us know in the comments.

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