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Dr Chee Yew Wen

Dr Chee Yew Wen is a director in The Chelsea Clinic, established in 2000. He now runs two outlets in Wheelock Place and Rochester. He offers a range of services in aesthetic and anti-aging to both local and international clients. His specialisation in aesthetic began following his enrolment in a prestigious London university. He expanded his knowledge by attending courses after his graduation and trained with the very best in the field. He also holds a certified Diplomate of the American Academy of Aesthetic Medicine, making him one of the pioneers in his field.

The Wonders of Oatmeal

Oatmeal is a superfood which helps in producing healthy skin.

Oatmeal is a superfood to kick start your day in the morning and makes it an ideal breakfast for the young and the old. It keeps you feeling full and satisfied till your next meal and it is packed with a lot of beneficial nutrients. There are many different types …

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Recommended Food for Good Skin

Eating the right food will tremendously improve the condition of your skin.

Dr Chee Yew Wen (Dr Chee) said that It is important to look at the food you eat if you are looking to nourish your skin inside out. By getting the essential nutrients from different types of food you consume, you can prevent a lot of troubling skin concerns like …

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The Secret of Green Tea

Green tea is different from black tea due to the way they are being processed.

Not only does green tea contains zero calories, it also contains a lot of amazing benefits and some which you may not even be aware of. It is extremely high in antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties which help to calm redness presented on the skin. Green tea has been around for …

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Combating Acne Prone Skin

Acne prone skin is a common skin condition in Singapore given the humidity and the types of food we eat.

Acne Prone Skin in Singapore Dr Chee Yew Wen (Dr Chee) mentioned that acne vulgaris is a common skin issue faced by many Singaporeans. Both men and women usually experience acne during puberty period in their teenage years due to hormonal change. While some of them will stop experiencing acne …

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Understanding Oily Skin and its Treatments

Treatment to oily skin must be monitored carefully as too much of a good product may actually worsen the skin.,

Especially in tropical climate in Singapore where weather is constantly humid, oily skin condition seems to be a common problem faced by many Singaporeans as mentioned by Dr Chee Yew Wen (Dr Chee). What Causes Oily Skin? Oily skin is usually caused by the production of excess skin oil and …

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Caring for Normal Skin

Caring for Normal Skin requires the same amount of care towards that of sensitive skin.

Dr Chee Yew Wen (Dr Chee) pointed out that if you do not experience any dry, oily or sensitive skin problems, your skin most probably falls under the ‘normal’ skin type. Lucky you! How do you determine if you have a normal skin type? If you do not experience any …

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The Causes and Remedies of Dry Skin

Dry skin can be treated right using a combination of skincare products.

What Causes Dry Skin? Dr Chee Yew Wen (Dr Chee) suggests that it can either be external or internal factors that contribute to the problem of dry skin. External factors like climate weather, wrong choice of body products used, low humidity and irritants while internal factors like ageing, medical and …

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Diet for Healthy Skin

Eating well and maintaining a healthy diet is crucial for healthy skin.

It is true when they say you are what you eat. Dr Chee Yew Wen (Dr Chee) mentioned that what you consume daily reflects on your overall well-being from your hair to your skin and body. You have sought countless skin doctors or dermatologist for help, tried all sort of skin …

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Understanding and Caring for Sensitive Skin

Sensitive skin requires more tender loving care as compared to normal and oily skin.

Overly dry skin, redness and flushing are signs that you should look out for if you have sensitive skin as mentioned by Dr Chee Yew Wen (Dr Chee). Allergic skin reactions like eczema and rosacea are also causes of sensitive skin. Unlike normal or oily skin care, It is best …

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