Category: EDITOR’S CHOICE

How My Life Changed with a Filler Lift

A  filler lift at The Sloane Clinic gave me a slimmer jawline, fuller cheeks, and an ‘eye-opening’ effect (literally)! I woke up happy today. 10 hours of glorious sleep! But my happiness was shortlived, as I bumped into a friend I haven’t seen in yonks on the way to work. “Germaine?” I yelled out Continue Reading

How to Achieve Soft Glowing Skin in One Week!

When it comes to makeup, statistics have shown that 8 out of 10 men interviewed say they prefer someone with less makeup, not more. As the saying go, there’s no cosmetic like flawless skin. Truly flawless skin cannot be faked, concealed or painted on. It requires some amount of work. Thankfully, we have Dr Continue Reading

All You Need to Know About a Non-Surgical Facelift

As you age, you will see one of the following signs of aging on your face and neck such as: Relaxation of the skin of the face causing sagging Deepening of the fold lines between the nose and corner of the mouth Fat that has fallen or has disappeared Jowls Loose skin and excess Continue Reading

Do you want to Age like a Celebrity?

  Celebrities, we love them, we hate them, we all want to be like them. The truth is in this day of digital technology, everyone’s life is an open book. For better or worse, every wrinkle is scrutinized, every diet dissected. So do celebrities who live in a stratosphere of their own age in Continue Reading

3D Nose Lift: All You Need to Know

I speak to Dr Low Chai Ling, Medical Director of The Sloane Clinic to give us the highlights and lowdowns on non-invasive aesthetic treatments for the nose. Short of going under the knife, Nose fillers and Nose Threadlifts have been making waves on the aesthetic forefront. Achieving a more defined and attractive nose is now Continue Reading

The 4 Faces of Ageing: Which One Are You?

The first step to amazing skin is to find out how yours is holding up. “Not all ageing is created equal. Depending on the complex interplay between multiple factors such as genetics, the environment, hormones and our facial structure, we tend to age differently,” explains Dr Low Chai Ling, from The Sloane Clinic, voted Continue Reading