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Joe Jonas admits he uses syringes, and says men should be 'open and honest about it'

Joe Jonas admits he uses syringes, and says men should be ‘open and honest about it’

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Joe Jonas just turned 33 years old. it’s a Father of two young daughters With actress Sophie Turner “Game of Thrones” performing with his band the Jonas Brothers.

Joe has been in the spotlight since he was very young, and now that he’s older, he’s not afraid to admit that he uses injections to maintain his youthful appearance.

In an interview with People, jonas open up About getting injections to combat frown lines and target the scar between his eyebrows.

He says there should be no shame in getting work done, telling the outlet, “We can be open and honest about it and be confident and not really shy about speaking our truth.”

Joe Jonas shared with Nick (left) and Kevin (right) of the Jonas Brothers, how he smooths his skin with injections.
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The singer has collaborated with Xeomin, By cosmetic injection It uses a unique formula to remove unnecessary proteins from the skin.

Jonas has spoken candidly about the topic of cosmetic procedures, saying “I don’t think it’s necessarily something we should be ashamed of.”

Joe also stated that the treatment he received was not “exaggerated”.

Joe Jonas says using syringes is not something people should "ashamed of" Discuss.

Joe Jonas says injectable use isn’t something people should “avoid” discussing.
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He also stressed that stigmas surround men take care of themselves a thing of the past.

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“There were all these conversations at some point, like, ‘Oh, guys can’t do this’ or ‘It’s weird for guys to do that,’ and I think there’s a stigma that fades away, and I love it.

Joe Jonas, along with his wife Sophie Turner, says he loves "How men's care has evolved so much."

Joe Jonas, along with his wife Sophie Turner, says he loves “how men’s grooming has evolved so much.”
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“Men wear makeup more publicly, and it’s great to see,” he added. “It’s like, do whatever you want, you know? It’s a beautiful generation we live in.”