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It is not hard to have a good healthy skin. Flawless skin may not be achievable, but healthier, brighter and more radiant skin is possible for everyone. Let us look at this in a more holistic approach. Apart from aesthetic treatment, there are a few day to day things that you should be doing to keep your skin healthy. Here are the 5 tips for healthy skin*: 1) Sunscreen
Ageing is inevitable. As we age, our skin loses collagen, fat, hyaluronic acid and water. This starts as early as our mid 20s! On top of that, most of us go through prolonged hours of work and stress. All these result in dry, saggy, rough and wrinkled skin. These do not seem to go away unless we do something about them.
Everyone deserves to look good. Men too. When you search for aesthetic treatment on the internet, what you get are pages filled with all sort of aesthetic treatment designed for women. It is not surprising. Historically, the study of beauty, aging and aesthetic medicine focuses on the female face. Men have largely been ignored despite increasing demand. What about men?
Working or studying too hard? Lack of sleep? Children keeping you awake at night? Look around you. Almost everyone suffers from a certain degree of dark circles and sunken under eyes.
LASER Facial is a quick and effective way to rejuvenate your facial skin. Why go through hours of chemical facial when you can have a Laser facial rejuvenation done in 10 minutes that gives you way better results? We utilise the latest and safest LASER technology to help you achieve a smooth radiant face in a short period of time with no down time. You do not have to sacrifice your lunch time to look beautiful!* Click here to read about Laser Facial (激光美容) in Chinese (中文版) What is Laser Facial?
It is hot and humid all year round in Singapore. You just cannot run away from sweaty underarm. Just take the the MRT during rush hour and observe the commuters’ underarms (I know it sounds disturbing). You know what I mean.
Pores are essential for your facial skin’s health. They provide natural oil to keep your face soft and supple. However, big pores often stand in the way of having a smooth facial skin. Prominent pores and acne scars make your facial texture appear uneven and rough.
Dreaming of having a V shaped face?
It has never been easier to look beautiful. Our laser treatment regimes are designed to get rid of pigments, wrinkles and pores, improve your skin tone, whiten your facial skin and give you a more radiant look. *
Milia are small, raised, white bumps on the skin, typically appear around the cheeks, nose, eyelids and forehead. They are extremely common and they can affect people of any age including newborn babies. Why do I get them? Milia are tiny skin cysts filled with protein called keratin that occur spontaneously. The cause is not known. Secondary milia may appear on skin that has suffered from burns, blistering skin conditions such as pemphigoid, chronic sun damage, or long term use of steroid creams.
Melasma is a common skin problem. It typically affects women of 20-50 years of age, causing brownish to blue-grey patches on the face. Most people get it on the forehead, bridge of the nose, chin and above the upper lip. It is uncommon in men. Why do I get it? The exact cause is unknown. It is due to increased number of melanocytes and melanin, therefore the colour. Sun exposure is a well known risk factor. Ultraviolet (UV) light from the sun stimulates melanocytes.
Molluscum contagiosum is a common condition where small wart looking bumps (mollusca) appear on the skin. It is caused by a pox virus that affects both children and adults. How do I get it? This virus can be passed on by skin-to-skin contact. You can be infected by touching things that have been contaminated by the virus, for example, sharing of towels with someone who has molluscum contagiosum.
Skin tags are small flesh-coloured skin growths that hang off the skin. They can appear on any part of the surface of the body, most commonly on the neck, eyelids, armpits, groin folds and under breasts. They are so common that almost everyone will develop a skin tag at some point of their lives. Sometimes, they can be mistaken for warts because of their similar appearance. Why do I get it? It is in your gene. Some people are more prone to developing skin tags.