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The 42-year-old dad says of his exit from reality TV, "I think it was time for my wife and I to move on... the idea of going back to that world and going back to the arguing and fighting with people half my age. It was a lot of anxiety... it was my time to move on."
Jax says his top priority is being a father to son Cruz and shares he still stays in contact with many of his former co-stars who have also recently become parents and have kids close in age to his child.
Something that Bravo fans might not realize about Jax -- he enjoys getting injections and he's going under the needle live on our show with plastic surgeon Dr. John Layke
"I'm a huge fan of Botox, I don't care what anybody says. I love it," Jax says. "I believe you are investing in your body. You look good, you feel good."
The reality TV star admits he's working hard to look young for as long as possible and tells The Doctors, "I'm investing in my face. I'm not getting any younger, so whatever I can do to keep the youth and make me feel good inside and outside, I'm going to do."
Dr. Layke says more male patients are getting Botox than ever and explains the pattern for the injections and the amount used is different compared to when women get Botox. He says many women are seeking an arched brow when they get injected, but for most men, the plastic surgeon will inject a higher dose of Botox between the eyebrows with hopes of a straighter brow line. Dr. Layke also injects Jax on his jawline to help with lines caused by teeth grinding and near the nose to address lines created by his smile.
See more of Jax in the upcoming movie “Wash me in the River,” which stars Robert De Niro.