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Any skin concern can affect how you feel about yourself. Our dermatologists understand your worries better and offer personalised solutions to gain back your confidence.


A skin allergy is when skin becomes irritated because the immune system reacted to something that is usually harmless. This is called an allergic reaction. An allergic reaction can cause rash, itching, burning, redness, bumps, hives, and swelling. The cause of the allergy depends on the condition and the allergen. Our doctor may give you an antihistamine or cortisone medicine to take to help the rash heal or may advice other methods to treat the allergy.


It’s an autoimmune condition leaving inflamed scaly patches all over the body. If not treated, eruptions cause severe itchiness and pain, leading to deformity. It can further lead to cardiovascular disease, psoriatic arthritis, and type 2 diabetes. Our medical expertise covers topical therapy, light therapy, and oral or injected medications for treating all types of psoriasis.


Eczema or Atopic Dermatitis, is when the skin becomes easily irritated, itchy, and dry. It is the most common allergic skin condition, and is more common in children than adults. Eczema is linked to both genetic (inherited from parents) and environmental factors. It is connected to asthma, food allergies, and seasonal allergies. Some things can make eczema flare up, such as certain foods, stress, soaps and lotions, or cold and dry air.

Contact Dermatitis

Contact dermatitis is red and itchy rashes that appear on the skin as a result of allergic response. An allergic reaction is not life-threatening but could be extremely irritating, drawing your attention towards it away from your work and personal engagements. Normally, these rashes disappear in two to four weeks. To accelerate the recovery, our expert dermatologist recommends oral medications and ointments.

Photosensitive Dermatitis

It is a condition where an individual’s skin develops unusual reactions when exposed to UV radiation, visible light, or both natural and artificial light sources. Typical symptoms include large, itchy red bumps, rashes, blisters, or oozing lesions. Our services start with Ultraviolet (UV) or Photopatch Testing, followed by devising therapeutic & preventive measures.

Connective Tissue Disorders

Connective tissue disorders like systemic lupus erythematosus, scleroderma, and dermatomyositis affect the skin, joints, muscles, and other organs. They are characterised by muscle weakness and distinctive skin rashes and joint pains. Our services cover administering oral and injectable medications to help reduce morbidity associated with the disease.


Vitiligo is a skin disorder that causes the skin to lose its normal colour. It’s characterised by smooth white areas called macules or patches. The lead Dermatologist will recommend topical or oral medications. We offer personalised services, covering Camouflage Therapy, Repigmentation therapy, Light Therapy, and Surgery.

Bacterial & Fungal Skin Infections

Bacterial skin infections often begin as small, red bumps that slowly increase in size. Fungal skin infections are caused by a fungus and are most likely to develop in damp areas of the body, such as the feet or armpit. Some fungal infections aren’t contagious, and these infections are typically non-life-threatening.


Acne is a skin condition that occurs when your hair follicles become plugged with oil and dead skin cells. It causes whiteheads, blackheads or pimples. Acne is most common among teenagers, though it affects people of all ages. The pimples and bumps heal slowly, and when one begins to go away, others seem to crop up. Depending on its severity, acne can cause emotional distress and scar the skin. The earlier you start treatment, the lower your risk of such problems.


Pigmentation means coloring. Skin pigmentation disorders affect the color of your skin. Your skin gets its color from a pigment called melanin. Special cells in the skin make melanin. When these cells become damaged or unhealthy, it affects melanin production. Our Doctors can advise you with the right treatment for your skin type whch may be Chemical Peel, Laser peel (skin resurfacing), Microdermabrasion or Lightening creams.


Rosacea is a common skin condition causing blushing or flushing and visible blood vessels in your face. Our services, including Laser Treatments, help manage the redness, bumps, and other symptoms. We also formulate personalised post-service DIY Skincare Regime to ensure long-lasting results.


Melasma refers to dark-colored patches, or dark skin discoloration on the skin, especially on the face. Treatment involves creams to reduce pigmentation. Our top-notch dermatologists also recommend medication, Camouflage make-up, and other proven services, including Chemical Peel, Platelet-rich Plasma (PRP), Laser & Light treatments, and Microneedling.


Wrinkles, a natural part of aging, are most prominent on sun-exposed skin, such as the face, neck, hands and forearms. Although genetics mainly determine skin structure and texture, sun exposure is a major cause of wrinkles, especially for people with light skin. Pollutants and smoking also contribute to wrinkling. If your wrinkles bother you, you have more options than ever to help smooth them or make them less visible. Medications, skin-resurfacing techniques, fillers and surgery top the list of effective wrinkle treatments.


Do you find yourself gently pulling back skin on your face when you look in the mirror and wishing it would stay there? Does the jiggle in your upper arms bother you? A non-surgical lift with botox, fillers and thread lift will give you the most dramatic results, but you’ll find plenty of other skin-tightening options.

Nail Infections

Fungal nail infections, also known as “onychomycosis,” are very common. They may affect up to 14% of the general population. Treatments include oral anti-fungal drugs, medicated nail polish or cream or nail removal.

Ear Lobe Piercing

Ear piercing can be safe and simple, but there are some important guidelines to follow when you get it done. If you know what to expect during the piercing and how to take care of your ear afterward, you’ll cut your chances of infection.