Do you ever find like your skin is no longer at its best and needs improvement? I recommend finding the help of Singapore’s aesthetic doctors. As an aesthetic doctor, I understand the difficulty patients like you may have in finding treatment. I have written a guide on seeing an aesthetic doctor if you do not know where to start looking.
When you find brown patches on your skin, you may be wondering in horror what causes them. Are they harmful? Will they make your skin look unattractive? Will it be permanent? Are there any solutions for these patches?
There are many reasons why you develop patches. Generally, the patches that appear are not harmful to you, although these can be the sign of something else.
In the course of my career as an aesthetic doctor for over 10 years, I have treated many melasma cases. I often found a lot of misinformation regarding the effective treatments for melasma. I have written this guide to help you find the best treatment for melasma in Singapore.
No, they are not acronyms for expressways. Post-inflammatory erythema (PIE) and post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation (PIH) are skin conditions that leave red, purple and dark-coloured marks on your face. Thus, inflammation can have long-lasting consequences for your face.
As the medical director at Sozo Aesthetic Clinic, I have come across many troubled patients seeking treatment for their "colourful" problems. Perhaps, you are like them too.
Hear from me as I explain what PIE and PIH are, how they are different in nature, their causes, and treatments I use to reverse their effects.
Our editorial team is writing this post because "dermatologist clinic in Singapore" is one of the most Googled terms, receiving well over 3700 searches each month - so we figured that we'd just help everyone else out at once.
We receive many skin-related questions every day; our Skin, Hair & Nails section is one of our most popular sections with more than 1.6 million views! We receive daily requests for information on treatments for skin diseases too.
Check out this list of clinics that we think you should consider for skin treatments!
Hypopigmentation refers to the loss of skin colour. It is very notable as these patches of skin tend to be lighter than your actual skin tone.
Your skin tone depends on the production of melanin. When your skin's pigment cells do not produce a sufficient amount of melanin, your skin will be lighter. Likewise, if more melanin is produced, your skin gets darker.
Hypopigmentation can occur as patches or cover the entire body. It can also occur at birth or develop later in life.
Read on to find out more.
Are you planning that idyllic holiday at the beach soon? Or are you a lover of the great outdoors? While you soak up the sunshine, you should be aware of how much exposure to ultraviolet (UV) rays you are getting. Too much of it can cause more than just an uncomfortable sunburn!
Read on to learn how to protect yourself from harmful UV rays while still having fun in the sun.