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Archive Date:

July 10, 2018

“Your skin is your largest organ, and you should take measures to prevent damage and take good care of it,” says Dr. Ivan Puah, medical director of Amaris B. Clinic.

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February 7, 2023

Amaris B. Clinic’s Skin Reverso programme is designed to do just that.

The procedures within this programme are personalised to suit your skin type, and are said to minimise the appearance of wrinkles as well as pigmentation caused by sun damage, aid in boosting saggy jowl lines and help rehydrate dry and dull skin.

Minimise Wrinkles

B*tulinum toxin injections are designed to target the appearance of forehead lines, frown lines and crow’s feet.

“They aim to relax facial muscles subtly, and typically cause minimal discomfort,” claims Dr. Puah. Your skin’s hyaluronic acid and collagen will diminish with age, which can lead to sagging or folding skin.

For this reason, Dr. Puah recommends dermal fillers, said to soften facial lines and re-volumise hollow areas in your face – and can be done with minimal disruption to your daily activities.

Soothe Skin Troubles

If sun spots, large pores and acne scars are affecting your self-confidence, Dr. Puah suggests Amaris B. Clinic’s Carbon Laser Peel treatment. “After the carbon is applied, a laser wand is moved across your face, which is said to brighten skin tone, minimise your pores, reduce acne and lighten scars,” says Dr. Puah.

Reduce Sagging Skin

Thread Lift is a non-invasive procedure said to be suitable for men and women over the age of 30 who have sagging skin along their facial contours. It is designed to stimulate collagen production, said to help restore and redefine your facial shape.


Suitable for all skin types, the FDA-approved Volite procedure utilises a hyaluronic acid (HA) gel that is designed to hydrate the skin and help boost elasticity, explains Dr. Puah.

To review your suitability for the Skin Reverso Programme, book a consultation with Dr. Puah

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