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Ultraviolet Skin Damage At Home

With the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, staying home all day through is becoming the increasing norm. Without the sunny outdoors, it intuitively feels like ultraviolet skin damage is not possible. Should we then tone down on our daily skincare?…
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Blue Light Skin Damage - 10 FAQ to a Dermatologist

With COVID-19-stay-home measures in force, the amount of time we spend in front of our blue-light-emitting devices is increasing exponentially. We speak to our dermatologist, Dr Teo Wan-Lin, to learn more about blue light and the potential…

Dermatologist Tips on Sun Protection

What type of sunscreen should you choose and how do you apply it? How much sunscreen should I use on my face? Most people do not apply enough sunscreen to achieve the specified SPF rating. What does SPF stand for? SPF stands for…

How Do Sunscreens Work & How Much To Apply?

We’ve all been told that sunscreen is a powerful force against the sun’s harmful rays. But do you know exactly why our skin needs it, and what ingredients in sunscreen protect it?

Dermatologist Tips On Sun Damage: 7 Unexpected Ways You Can Get Sun Damage

It’s common knowledge that lying out in the sun exposes us to UV rays that damage our skin. But did you know you can also receive sun damage sitting in the shade beneath a beach umbrella?

Protecting Against Skin Cancer

Skin cancer is the eighth most common cancer in Singapore. While most of us know that too much sun can put us at risk, avoiding the outdoors is hardly a practical method of prevention. Thankfully, minimizing sun exposure is not the only way to protect our skin.

Dermatologist Weighs In – How Important Is Sun Protection?

Why is sun protection so important? What does SPF mean? What to look out for in a sunscreen? A dermatologist answers all your sunscreen questions.
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Dermatologist Recommended Sunblock - Guide to Prevent Sun Damage

Went under the sun far too many times to be guilty of? We probably have all been there at some point in our life. You may not be able to visualize how much damage the sun has done to your skin because this damage is often not visible immediately. With all that damage done, how can we ever make up for it?

Perfect Sunscreen for Singapore's Weather

Keep our SunProtector™ with you at all times to reapply every two hours. This dermatologist-approved sunscreen has an SPF rating of 50 and is broad spectrum. It is also light-weight, perfect for Singapore’s weather.