‘Britain’s vainest man’ goes without cosmetic surgery after spending £100,000 on his face

Sam Barton, 30, has had botox, veneers, fillers in his cheeks, lips, jawline and chin amid speculation he wants to look like reality TV star Joey Essex.

Sam Barton
Sam Barton says he’s changed his habits

Britain’s self-proclaimed ‘vainest man’ has given up unnecessary cosmetic surgery after spending £100,000 to transform his face.

Sam Barton, 30, has had botox, veneers, fillers in his cheeks, lips, jawline and chin amid speculation he wants to look like reality TV star Joey Essex.

But he says he’s now given up treatments and his old post-pandemic party lifestyle and is instead focusing on his business – which specializes in cosmetic work, he reports Birmingham Live.

Barton has also retired from social media, saying some of his surgeries were “pointless” in his quest for fame.

Sam claims to have spent £100,000 on cosmetic treatments

Sam says he’s also given up his partying lifestyle

“I used to spend £1,000 on a bottle of champagne,” he said. I was only interested in being photographed on an evening enjoying a lavish lifestyle so I could post the pictures to Instagram and other social media.

“I wanted fame and have said some stupid things in the past just to get in the papers. I’ve had surgeries on my face and other parts of my body that have cost me thousands of pounds.

“It was pointless and – although I might give myself a little work if I think I need it – I will never have unnecessary surgery again.” I have changed.”

“When I was younger and partying every night, I wasn’t really happy. I was constantly worried about how I looked. I’ve been scrutinized on social media and it hasn’t had a good impact on my mental health.

“Do not get me wrong. I still enjoy the occasional outburst – it’s part of my personality. But the party lifestyle no longer defines who I am.

“I was silly. I took advice on how to behave towards the media and told me to say things that would make the headlines for me. I wanted fame. I wanted to be a star but it was just so superficial.

Sam Barton had botox, veneers, fillers in his cheeks, lips, jaw and chin



“I’ve never been happier than I am now. I feel like I can achieve great things through hard work. I often work six or seven days a week, but it pays off. I just bought a house with the money I made through my business I am self sufficient.

Sam has used his plastic surgery experience to build his Sutton-based company, AMC Aesthetics. He said: “It was due to open when we went into the first lockdown, which was a big blow.

“I’ve spent lockdown doing online training and working really hard. The business has only grown from strength to strength and we have generated over £300,000 in sales since opening. We forecast sales of £500,000 next year.

“Although I will no longer spend money on surgeries that alter my body, I am still very interested in cosmetic work and I enjoy sharing my knowledge in this field with other people.

“We are very responsible and generally only treat people over 25. They need to be sure they want cosmetic treatment. I think young people can be influenced very easily by celebrities undergoing treatment. Everything we do is very responsible.”

He said travel would be a big part of his future – and had a message for a new generation of star-starved youngsters.

“I love to travel,” he said. “I enjoy my vacations in places like Dubai and Tenerife and would like to spend more time traveling.

“The wannabe celebrity lifestyle is so shallow. You will be happier going out and getting a fulfilling job or starting your own business than striving for fame. True happiness lies deep within you, striving for the celebrity life like I did is very skin deep. I no longer use social media like Instagram and Twitter in my private life. It’s so negative.”

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