It’s no secret that I achieve my supple, youthful skin with the help of aesthetic treatments. I’ve long been a fan of fillers due to their low downtime, almost immediate results and minimally invasive nature.
Being a mum with triplets isn’t easy – my kids are energetic little bundles and I have no time to take care of my face at all. I workout quite often, and as much as it sculpts my body, unfortunately the effects of exercise do not apply much to my face shape.
I’ve done a few aesthetic treatments for my pigmentation in the past and found the pico laser to be the best in terms of treatment results, efficiency and comfort.
Last year, I tried and been quite happy with hyaluronic acid facial fillers – they definitely make a great impact right after but they do disappear gradually and need to be ‘topped up’ every 6 to 12 months to keep your refreshed new face.
When I was pregnant, I started to develop these dark spots on my face, even though I felt like I didn’t go under the sun a lot. Some of the patches faded after I gave birth but some remained. I felt so ugly and I really wanted to get rid of them.
As a DJ, I used to work till 6am and go to school right after for 830am lessons. So trust me when I say I know how shitty it feels when someone tells you you look tired. That’s code for you look like shit, and I absolutely hate hearing it.
About 4 months ago, I did a V-shape threadlift with Dr. Isaac Wong. However, after losing about 40 kg, I decided to do a neck threadlift because of the loose skin that my chin has. I wanted a more complete V-shaped face, so Dr.
I suffered from very bad acne in my teenage years. Though I did eventually manage to clear up the acne, they left me with horrible acne scars which plagued me for much of my early 20s. I had all sorts of acne scars possible — atrophic, boxcar, rolling and pitting acne scars.