A well-known name in Singapore’s medical aesthetics field, Radium Medical Aesthetics’ founder and medical director Dr. Siew Tuck Wah has more than a decade of experience with lasers, fillers, Botox and minimally invasive thread lifts.
Find out more about the clinic below!
Dr. Siew founded Radium Medical Aesthetics in September 2016 and today, the clinic offers the latest in non-invasive, FDA-approved medical aesthetic offerings for various skin-, hair- and body-related needs for both men and women.
The clinic is known for its selection of award-winning services such as the Radium Radiance Signature facial. It begins with a gentle suction process called AquaPeel, which uses water to decongest clogged pores and remove dead skin cells. Then, a microcurrent delivers an infusion of vitamins and antioxidants into the dermis. After, Optical Lens Array Technology (OLAT) LED Red Recharge light therapy is used to potentially help optimise cellular regeneration for brighter skin.
Another clinic signature: the Radium Eye Resuscitation Program, designed to minimise fine lines and uses radiofrequency energy to diminish under-eye fatty tissue and reduce droopy eyelids. A specially developed Radium Eye Mask is then applied to minimise puffiness and redness.
And surely their sweep of awards are something to brag about. The Radium Red Carpet Facial won the best pre-party prep facial in the Harper’s Bazaar Spa Awards 2017; while the Radiance Signature MediSpa Facial won best all-in-one facial, and their Eye Resuscitation Program the best age-defying eye treatment in The Singapore Women’s Weekly Spa Awards 2017. In the hair department, the Radium Scalp Revive won the best anti-ageing hair treatment in The Singapore Women’s Weekly Hair Awards 2017.
Service gets a big thumbs up even for out-of-towners. The clinic also has a medical concierge service to assist clients from different countries, allowing international patients to receive priority booking for preferred consultation slots, an airport transfer service, exclusive room rates at selected hotels and a pick-up service for appointments.
To address any aesthetics-related question you may have, call or visit the clinic’s website to book a consultation with Dr. Siew.
From The Finder (Issue 286), August 2017
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