Joe Jonas reached stardom when he was quite young. The Jonas Brothers are the boyband that launched him and his brothers, Kevin and Nick, to superstardom, and the trio shows no signs of slowing down.
Being famous comes with its own set of problems, including the constant pressure to look presentable.
While many male celebrities tend to hide their beauty and grooming routines, the middle Jones brother has come forward and gotten candid about using injectables to get rid of wrinkles and other aging factors.
Joe Jonas’s Partnership With Xeomin
In August 2022, singer/actor Joe Jones, 33, partnered with the makers of Xeomin, an FDA-approved botulinum toxin. It is an alternative to Botox, which is used to smooth the appearance of frown lines and many other aging factors.
Dr. Paul Jarrod Frank, a New York City board-certified dermatologist, said while talking about Xeomin:
“The main factor [that differentiates Xeomin from Botox] is that it is a more purified form of the molecule, receiving a double filtration process to eliminate some of the accessory proteins that are attached to the molecule.”
When asked about why he partnered with injectables, the Camp Rock star said:
“To me, there’s nothing more beautiful than confidence. And looking your best comes from feeling your best. I make it a point to prioritize practices and routines that make me feel like the best version of myself.”
Also, when asked about choosing Xeomin, Joe said:
“Xeomin was something that I felt like was a good fit with my daily routines. I care a lot about what I put in my body and, and obviously, in an aesthetic treatment. I really felt that Xeomin was something that I could be comfortable with and it wasn’t overwhelming.”
“While I didn’t feel like I was a different person [by using it], it gave me that confidence that I think we all want to feel as we get older. There’s this kind of stigma around guys talking about skincare and how we feel and, and the products we use. I felt like it was a good fit. “
The actor/singer also revealed that he has been using Xeomin since he saw frown lines, and the procedure helped him feel confident in his own skin.
Joe Jonas About Getting Injectables
The “Happiness Begins” singer Jonas in his interview with People, talked about getting older, being comfortable, and a taboo topic for men when it comes to beauty and grooming.
He said, “”We’re all getting older and part of that is being comfortable [in our skin].”
He also talked about being open about having injectables, while the majority of celebrities tend to hide them.
“I don’t think it’s necessarily something that we have to shy away from. We can be open and honest about it and be confident and not really shy away from speaking our truth.”
The Cake by the Ocean singer also revealed finding a new level of confidence in using these injections.
“I liked that it relieved the area a little bit and I was like, ‘Okay, this is great,’ without it being too much for my liking,” he says, adding, “I appreciated that it wasn’t over the top. It’s very light.”
Taking about the procedure Jonas mentioned:
“I was out in LA and it was a really easy procedure. I didn’t feel like I was going into this big thing that you only see on film and TV. I felt comfortable that this was not going to be a big ordeal. It felt easy and comfortable. I went with a friend and they also did it with me, so it wasn’t stress-inducing.”
What Is Joe Jonas’s Skin Care Routine?
Joe, in his interview with Allure, gave us a glimpse of his skincare routine. He revealed that he makes sure to keep his face clean throughout the day, especially after exercising.
Similarly, at night he washes his face really well and uses a few products like Bro Mask and eye gels.
The singer also suggested that one frequently talk to one’s healthcare provider or dermatologist.
“Just like anything I pick up to eat or drink or the products that I’m using on my face and hair, I want to know that it’s something that I can trust and can get behind and that it’s okay for me. So talk to your health-care provider and do the research.”
It is definitely an eye-opener to see a male celebrity in his 30s talking about plastic surgeries and injectables and getting comfortable using them