• Facial Treatments That Will Effectively Tackle Acne Scars

    Our skin periodically regenerates to protect itself from harmful irritants, which, in turn, reveals a new and healthier epidermal layer every month. However, that does not necessarily mean all our acne blemishes and scars will magically go away with it. Even those genetically blessed with healthy skin require a proper skincare regime to get rid of any accumulated dead skin cells. Well, what can one do for healthy, smooth, and glowing skin? Facial treatments! Yes, you’ve heard it right! Beside…

  • The importance of Facial Treatment

    Our face is a visual representation of our identity. This is why many of us consider make up an essential part of our day-to-day routine to obtain flawless skin. However, there's nothing like having naturally glowing, flawless skin that could brighten your entire day. Besides including skincare products in your facial routine, there is no better way to maintain your beauty regime than getting it done by the experts. Just like regular dental check-ups, here's why your skin needs regular cleansi…

  • Is fractional resurfacing laser is the best treatment to treat acne scars?

    I see lot of patients with acne scars in my clinic, which happen due to the skin not healing well after acne breakouts. Most of the time the scars can be depressed (atrophic) and can be disfiguring. That’s why a lot of people wants to do acne scar treatment. For the past decade, CO2 fractional resurfacing would be considered as the gold standard in treating acne scars. The laser creates tiny dots of injuries into the skin and from there the wound healing take place together with collagen formati…

  • All about Acne!

    Acne affects all of us. It’s one of the most common conditions I see as a dermatologist. Although is not dangerous, the symptoms and sequelae can have a greater impact on one’s self esteem and overall well-being. It’s often not acne, but the hyperpigmentation and scars from acne that are the most bothersome, especially in skin of color individuals. The darker the skin, the more likely it will hyperpigment and potentially scar. A common misconception is that acne is caused by being unsanitary or …