The true "eye-bag" refers to an actual paeudo-herniation of the infra-orbital fat - the fat under the eye pushes against a fibrous wall that is meant to keep it from spilling out. This happens due to the gradual weakening of that orbital septum, together with changes in soft tissue and the bony structure of the facial skeleton over time. Often though, the fat herniation could very well be congenital and be present from youth.Read More
Acne, medically known as Acne Vulgaris, is a skin disease that involves the oil glands at the base of hair follicles. It commonly occurs during puberty when the sebaceous (oil) glands come to life - the glands are stimulated by male hormones produced by the adrenal glands of both males and females. While acne is not dangerous, it can leave disfiguring skin scars.Read More
Melasma is a common skin disorder resulting in brown to gray-brown patches, and commonly appears on the face. Read more about Melasma and its treatment at Aesthetic SingaporeRead More
Lasers are now the main method of treatment for a multitude of skin conditions because it is safe, comfortable and effective. It allows physicians to treat skin conditions with precision and without injuring normal skin as individual lasers target specific tissues in a highly selective way (e.g. Pigment lasers target melanin in the abnormal cells, or vascular lasers target haemoglobin).
The majority of laser treatments are fast, taking 5 to 10 minutes and require only topical surface anaesthesia, or no anaesthesia at all. This makes them perfect for quick lunch-time procedures.Read More
Frequently asked questions about BBL treatment for hair removal. Read about how BBL Hair Removal works and learn the differences between BBL and IPL hair removal treatments.Read More