Well, sometimes trolling (if that's really what it is, I'm not so sure) can actually lead to content
Important (well, fact):
A man can have a very ugly face, and not lose one single point in life for it, with the right attitude (brains, taste, charm, confidence, etc.).
Facial ugliness (which is what I suppose we're really discussing) isn't really that much of a big deal for men. Women with ugly faces suffer far more for it.
And another member's response was
Being good-looking doesn't really matter for men anyway. It's completely unnecessary for a successful career, a full social life, or even success with women. None of my friends who are really successful in any of these areas are particularly good looking. And none of them pays much attention to clothes either. They're just smart, successful, normal, well-balanced people.
Please visit the company's website for the cold hard truth.
The articles don't discuss facial attractiveness in particular, because services are not surgical. Anyway, no research studies brought to the company's attention indicate significant differences in life outcomes between opposite-sex individuals with lifelong very low facial attractiveness. People like that almost always do badly. Anecdotally, that is one reason why they seldom bother to dress well.
Maybe another addition to make there is that, under normal circumstances, some men apparently don't notice how specifically physically attractive nearby men are.