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Skin Doctor to recommend

Postby RubyCrow » Mon, 13 Jun 2005 4:59 pm


I'm facing a sudden out break of pimples which i can't seem to curb for the pass three months. Is there a good skin doctor anyone here can reccomend? Do include the address too.




Postby barbara_78 » Tue, 14 Jun 2005 2:38 pm


I can recommend the SPECIALIST SKIN CLINIC, 1 Grange Road #06-04, Orchard Building, Tel. 67342511. Ask for Dr Phay Ken Lin.



Postby Shermaine » Tue, 14 Jun 2005 7:13 pm

Hi u can try a doc at National Skin Centre : Prof Goh (u can search for the web for the clinic contact) his great in this area but sometimes he have abit of attitude prob .. but his medication works $50 for consultation btw the medicine there is really cheap... hope it helps but u need patience

I'm also under his treatment right now
let me know if u need other informations :
my email :

take care


Postby dissipate » Tue, 14 Jun 2005 8:25 pm

National Skin Centre docs should be alright.

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Postby emiko08 » Fri, 17 Jun 2005 1:25 am

Hi RubyCrow,

are you also a expat in Singapore? a sudden outbreak might be due to the weather here. i am also like you. so i was recommened by my friends to go to this clinic:

C T Lee Skin & Laser Clinic
3 Mount Elizabeth #04-09
Mount Elizabeth Medical Centre
Singapore 228510

Tel: 67386178

i was treated by him for acne and also eczema (atopy) just few days ago.

hmmmm, acne do not disappear overnight. you have to be patient :) i understand how you feel!

the doctor gives you good advice. i can tell you what he told me.

1. use SebaMed or Ceptaphil for your face. do not use fancy fragrance on your face.
2. do not squeeze your pimple or blackhead. it will come out on its own (i know its hard! the temptation is there right! hehe)
3. switch off the TV during advertisements ((if you can get the joke!!))

all the best!

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Postby angelize » Sun, 19 Jun 2005 4:12 am

hi emiko08

i am also an eczema you mind sharing your experiences with this doctor who you are currently seeing him? like what actually he might have advised you...i just want to get a clearer picture as although i do understand there are many kind of eczemas.

Perhaps can share with me what brand of lotions you are using to ease the redness/dryness/itchness of your skin...thks!

Centaphil is one kind...i used to use that for i switch to another brand in the market...which is Eucerin...not bad i would say...Neutrogena is ok for some of its products...not all...

currently i am seeing this doctor who is situated in Peace Centre 4th floor...loke clinic...alot of pple are seeing him for their skin problems...


Any gd doc in the east area

Postby Stevana » Wed, 06 Jul 2005 12:59 pm

Anyone of you can rec me any good skin doc that u know of in the east area? Hmmm... say Tampines Area? :P
Cos i have sudden minor outbreak at forheard and chin area... and have eczema
Thanks so much...



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