How to find the Right Aesthetic Treatment | Medical Aesthetic Reviews

Welcome to! If you are trying to find the right aesthetic treatment in Malaysia or Singapore, you're in the right place.

It is clear from browsing around forums, popular healthcare marketing sites and online commercials that there is a lot of myths and misinformation being spread. While there are many glowing reviews out there on the internet, those reviews may be sponsored and may provide biased information, images and videos. 

At Aesthetics Advisor, we hope to provide quality and unbiased information and guides that are related to aesthetic treatments in Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand.
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Top 10 Aesthetic Clinics in Singapore 2018

Looking for the best aesthetic clinic in Singapore? We have compiled 10 aesthetic clinics in Singapore based on Google search results as well as information provided by bloggers in Singapore. 

There are also guidelines by the Singapore Medical Council on aesthetic practices in Singapore. You can download the guidelines here:

The aesthetic clinics below have been arranged based on their clinics' "Average monthly Google keyword searches" for their clinics and the Alexa ranking of their websites.
Disclaimer: A better Alexa ranking or higher keyword searches don't necessarily mean that a particular clinic is better than the other. It shows the relative volume of online traffic to their websites. The Average Monthly Google Keyword Searches shows the search volume of the brand name of the clinics on Google search.

Here is our 10 best aesthetic clinics list.
#1. The Clifford Clinic

Address: 24 Raffles Place, #01-03 Clifford Centre, Singapore 048621


Guide to Pigmentation Treatment in Malaysia 2018

Malaysians are highly predisposed to getting pigmentation due to excessive UV exposure from our tropical climate. There are different types of pigmentation, including freckles, melasma, sunspots, keratosis, Hori's naevus and others. Different pigments exist at different depths of skin. 

The problem is that most pigmentation look the same to the untrained eye. Knowing which type of pigmentation you have is important in getting the right treatment for it. Therefore, pigmentation treatment is not a one size fits all solution. Usually, your doctor will be able to determine the type of pigmentation you have, and provide the right treatment to remove the pigmentation from your skin. 

The Best Pigmentation Treatment starts with the right 'Diagnosis

The first step to effective pigmentation treatment in Malaysia is an accurate diagnosis. Most of you may have been sold that a laser treatment is the best and only option for pigmentation but nothing could be further from the truth. Las…

Former Thai Pop Star to Sue Korean Plastic Surgery Hospital USD 600,000 for Breast Implants that Almost Killed Her

(Coconuts Media) - A 2000s-era Thai pop star is back in the spotlight after this weekend speaking publicly about her “near death story” following a breast augmentation surgery in South Korea that went terribly wrong.

In viral Facebook posts made on Friday, Jeeranan “May” Kitprasarn, a singer formerly signed with record label RS, said she decided to go under the knife — for the first time in her life — in late December to get breast implants. The surgery, she says, ended up putting her in a coma where she had a “10 percent chance of survival.”

Jeeranan said that, in an attempt to improve her posture (*ahem*) and confidence, she paid a whopping THB800,000 (US$24,000) to have the surgery at Grand Plastic Surgery hospital in Seoul, which she said had many positive reviews.

But soon after the operation, Jeeranan said her breasts had caused irregular bleeding and burning sensations, something she claims her doctor and nurses said was perfectly normal.

“It felt like acid running through my chest…