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Dr Joanna Chan
MBBS, MMed, Dip Prac Derm

Mizu Aesthetic Clinic


8A Marina Boulevard, #B2-12 Marina Bay Link Mall, Singapore 018984

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Dr. Joanna Chan graduated from the National University of Singapore and went on to complete
Residency training, obtaining her Masters in Family Medicine and Diploma in Practical Dermatology.

She has also completed a Diploma course with the American Academy of Aesthetic Medicine (AAAM)
and is accredited by the Singapore Medical Council Aesthetic Practice Oversight Committee to
perform aesthetic procedures. Apart from aesthetic medicine, she has clinical experience in various
specialties including Dermatology, Surgery and Primary Care.

Dr. Joanna Chan regards the skin as the most fascinating yet misunderstood organ of the human body— besides being our largest organ, it has many complex functions, and can affect our health, confidence and general well-being! It also requires proper care to glow and look its best. It is with this in mind that she chose aesthetic medicine to guide her patients in an individualized, holistic journey towards healthier and more youthful-looking skin. She believes in practicing sound, evidence-based aesthetic medicine and keeps abreast of the latest technology and advancements in the field of aesthetics and anti-aging solutions by attending both local and international conferences.


When not at the clinic, you may find Dr. Joanna at one of the community hospices, where she
provides inpatient palliative care once a week. Or perhaps she may be at the dance studio, her happy place outside of work, practising her lines and pointed toes.

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  • MBBS (Singapore)
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Hi Michelle, It is great that you are taking active steps to protect yourself from the sun with sunscreen. While no product is completely safe, we can try to minimize the risk of products clogging pores by using non-comedogenic products. Many laboratories and scientists have b...
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Dear Samantha, You may be pleased to know that the Hydrafacial is a no-downtime procedure that is painless and able to cleanse the skin thoroughly, de-congest pores, provide light exfoliation and good substances such as hyaluronic acid and antioxidants to the skin, all in less th...
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Dear Ashley, It is great that you are using non-comedogenic products! Do take note, though, that no product is 100% safe, so the key is also not to apply makeup/cosmetics/skin care products excessively. Comedones form when our skin cells lining the sebaceous ducts proliferate abnormally...
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Hi Michelle, There are generally 2 types of sunscreens, physical and chemical. Physical sunscreens absorb and reflect UV radiation and usually contain zinc oxide or titanium dioxide. They tend not to clog pores but can be drying to the skin. Chemical sunscreens, of which ther...
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Hi Kahsheng, You are right in that ablative lasers usually have better results per treatment session. An Asian study by South Korean doctors did a comparison of lasers for acne scar treatments and found that the non-ablative (i.e fractional laser) treatment groups had a slightly lower improve...
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Hi Jenny, This appears to be a hypertrophic scar. Steroid injections have been shown to cause hypertrophic scars and keloids to regress, mainly by decreasing collagen and glycosaminoglycan synthesis, and reducing the inflammatory process in the wound by decreasing fibroblast prol...
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Dear Fiona, From the picture alone, these multiple little pearly-white bumps just under the surface of your skin appear to be milia. They are cysts containing keratin (a type of skin protein), and most commonly arise on the face. Unlike pimples, blackheads or whiteheads, they can...
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Hi troubled, From the photograph provided, you appear to have both comedonal (whiteheads, blackheads) and inflammatory acne associated with post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation (PIH), as you have rightly pointed out. I generally start by explaining to my patients the 4 major f...
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Dear Christina, It appears that you have a brown to grey-brown patch starting from the side of the ear, which extends in a reticular (lacy) pattern over the cheek. This could be melasma, pending further history and a thorough examination of your skin. There also appear to be some...
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