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removing mole

Postby cleffa3000 » Sun, 08 Mar 2009 7:46 pm

i want to remove mole on my face but then i hope to find a more professional people to remove it . I knw it wouldn't be cheap but can anyone tell me where can i find the shop?

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Postby Miss Swan » Tue, 10 Mar 2009 11:41 am

Hi cleffa, what's your budget? Are you looking for laser or cream method?

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Postby cleffa3000 » Tue, 10 Mar 2009 6:39 pm

Miss Swan wrote:Hi cleffa, what's your budget? Are you looking for laser or cream method?

laser

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Postby raines » Wed, 11 Mar 2009 11:15 pm

have tried both methods.. sometimes cream might leave slight scars.. laser is ok but u may need to do it several times at the same spot in order to avoid scarring..

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Postby Miss Swan » Thu, 12 Mar 2009 9:48 am

Did a Google search, so here's a list you can call up and check:
http://www.hotfrog.sg/Products/Mole-Removal

And raines is right. Cream may leave scarring but if you invest in pure Vit E cream, you can prevent this. Laser is clean, thorough and painless but may result in recurring moles (a friend of mine had this exact problem).

If you're really on budget and are game enough to try less established places, you can pop over to Mosque Street@Chinatown where they have rows and rows of beauty salons. Or even dodgier ones at People's Park...

Good luck!
xx

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Postby raines » Thu, 12 Mar 2009 10:29 pm

yup.. i do have problem of recurring moles using laser.. but no such problems with cream.

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Postby cleffa3000 » Fri, 13 Mar 2009 3:48 pm

Miss Swan wrote:Did a Google search, so here's a list you can call up and check:
http://www.hotfrog.sg/Products/Mole-Removal

And raines is right. Cream may leave scarring but if you invest in pure Vit E cream, you can prevent this. Laser is clean, thorough and painless but may result in recurring moles (a friend of mine had this exact problem).

If you're really on budget and are game enough to try less established places, you can pop over to Mosque Street@Chinatown where they have rows and rows of beauty salons. Or even dodgier ones at People's Park...

Good luck!
xx


normally how much is a laser cause to remove a small mole?

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Postby orientalgirl » Thu, 19 Mar 2009 4:33 pm

Maybe you can check out the National Skin Centre if they have such service, this is near to Novena Square (2 bus stop away).

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Postby sherrylim » Fri, 15 May 2009 1:29 pm

cleffa3000 wrote:normally how much is a laser cause to remove a small mole?

I went to NeuGlow Aesthetics at Novena Square today, to consult about the moles using laser. The doctor looked good and told its 100 $ per mole. Not sure if that is costly. I told him i will come later.
Am thinking of going to NSC and consult there too.. Do we have any cheaper options than that? :roll: Also how good is NeuGlow aesthetics?

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Postby sherrylim » Fri, 15 May 2009 1:31 pm

raines wrote:have tried both methods.. sometimes cream might leave slight scars.. laser is ok but u may need to do it several times at the same spot in order to avoid scarring..

Can you please tell me wat do you mean by removing moles using creams. Wat creams are these? And do the doctors recommend it? Appreciate your help on this..

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Postby nakai » Tue, 19 May 2009 3:38 pm

Not a good idea to go to those salons, the people are not trained and i had a friend who went through a really painful process. I recommened a professionals, you pay more, but they are trained.
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Postby trumpet » Fri, 22 May 2009 9:32 am

I went to my GP to remove a couple of moles & skin lumps & 1 skin tag cost $100-.

Was very surprise & impressed how fast it was, he uses a laser. :D

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Postby sherrylim » Mon, 25 May 2009 1:12 pm

trumpet wrote:I went to my GP to remove a couple of moles & skin lumps & 1 skin tag cost $100-.

Was very surprise & impressed how fast it was, he uses a laser. :D

Hey pray tell me which GP you went to? Also wat do you mean by 1 skin tag? I also have a feel that laser wud be a better option. Did your moles reappear as ppl say it comes back after laser? Oops so many qs but i need to make a decision soon.. :cry: I wud get married in Nov and want to surprise my fiancee :shock:

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Postby trumpet » Tue, 26 May 2009 1:45 pm

sherrylim wrote:
trumpet wrote:I went to my GP to remove a couple of moles & skin lumps & 1 skin tag cost $100-.

Was very surprise & impressed how fast it was, he uses a laser. :D

Hey pray tell me which GP you went to? Also wat do you mean by 1 skin tag? I also have a feel that laser wud be a better option. Did your moles reappear as ppl say it comes back after laser? Oops so many qs but i need to make a decision soon.. :cry: I wud get married in Nov and want to surprise my fiancee :shock:


My moles didn’t reappear. Skin tag is a tiny flesh thing/skin that grows out of the skin, I have one protruding out from the side of my face. I’ve a habit of playing with it, it’s gross! That’s why I have to get rid of it haha... Oh, I've just send you the contact.

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Postby sherrylim » Thu, 28 May 2009 3:48 pm

Thanks i will definitely try that ..trumpet.. :)


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