Mia prescribed Dermapen treatment, chemical peels, skin fillers and boosters. But first Stock had to undergo the painful treatment of waxing his face.
"I'm only 30. I don't need botox ... that's for wrinkles and frown lines. But I do get hectic skin peels and injections into the pimples with controlled bleeding.
"I also get skin boosters and fillers that fill out the holes in my face - which make for a tighter skin. I've never had such a smooth face, like a baby's bum, since I was 18," Stock laughs.
He has also opted to have his facial hair removed via laser treatment, which he says takes a couple of sessions and is also a painful but worthwhile exercise.
"If I have no hair growing on my face, it alleviates my scarring problem completely," Stock says.
Reza's anti-aging practice started in 2010 and he now plans to start a franchise.
"When I started doing this in 2010, our clientele was about 10% men and 90% women. Now it's about 60 - 70% women and the rest are men.
"The stigma of male botox being a taboo is now falling away. Men are coming in to have various procedures including fillers, botox, hair transplants and body injections for fat sculpting. Men are now really looking after themselves," says Mia.
The toxin used is no different to the one used for women. It's just used differently - conservative men really don't want people to know what they are doing.
"Botox all depends on the problem areas, for example with acne scars people can go as early as 20 years old. For prevention of aging, clients come in from their late 20s to 30s," Mia says.