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A Doctor's Perspective: Injectables, 2019's Skincare Trends & A New Treatment To Repair Damaged Skin

Dr. Lam Bee Lan, founder and director of Ageless Medical is no stranger to the aesthetic medical industry and besides her newest outlet at Wheelock Place, Dr. Lam has also just opened a medi-spa located next to the clinic, offering a slew of new facial treatments. We got up close with Lam, AKA the “queen of fillers”, who shared with us the newest tech she’s brought in to the clinic, skincare trends to take note of next year and more.

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Ageless Medical is all about using the latest tech

“I have been in this line for about 15 years and I was also trained in two of the biggest [beauty] companies in the world (Allergan and Galderma), which is why I am always at the forefront, and bring in the latest technologies and treatments. I also travel a lot to give talks plus try out new technology and machines, allowing me to be constantly exposed to the latest techniques and technologies. I have also just set up my medi-spa, Ageless Medi-Aesthetics, which I aim to bring medical-grade treatments that will complement the facials that I do here at Ageless Medical.”

On Rejuran, the clinic’s signature treatment

“Rejuran is a regenerative medicine, which is a branch of medicine that develops methods to repair, restore and replace damaged cells, tissues or organs in the human body. We inject it into the skin (in the fibroblast layer), which will directly stimulate cells that increase the production of collagen and hyaluronic acid. This then repairs skin, helping to treat common skin concerns like fine lines, wrinkles, acne, scars — it even helps to repair eczema. Unlike skin boosters which typically just hydrate skin, this actually heals and repairs complexions. We use pure salmon sperm as it is highly biocompatible with human DNA and the sperms contain the highest concentration of highly purified DNA. This animal-origin treatment has been approved by the Health Science Authority (HSA) on the human body, which is quite rare in Singapore and is one of — if not the — first of its kind.”

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