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post Jan 1 2013, 06:13 PM, updated 8y ago

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Hi, i have some skin problem and would like to seek advice from a professional , i have heard about Ting Speciallist @ Jln Imbi is quite good in dealing this kind of problem .

Can anyone give a advice regarding Ting Skin Speciallist ? The Price , service , effectiveness . Etc ?

Thanks for any help

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post Jan 29 2013, 04:33 PM

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Hey wilson, I have tried b4 it, actually the doctor are very pro in this kind of skin problem! but the clinic everyday also have alot of patients, better you call to make a appointment b4 you go, if not you have to wait more than 2 or 3 hours thr. besides that the clinic office hours at wednesday and saturday is open half day untill 12pm only (if I'm not forget la). Better you go google find out the office hour and the phone number to make a appointment!
About the price u 1st time go better you bring rm300 in case he increase the price ald, coz last time I 1st time go juz take a half month medicine it ald cost me rm75( include the consult fees). but it is few years ago la, mayb the price have increase!
and the 2nd time I go, I juz go buy the medicine, coz I dun wan to wait too long and c the doctor juz 5min anymore! hahaha...


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QUOTE(Wilson13B @ Jan 1 2013, 06:13 PM)
Hi, i have some skin problem and would like to seek advice from a professional , i have heard about Ting Speciallist @ Jln Imbi is quite good in dealing this kind of problem .

Can anyone give a advice regarding Ting Skin Speciallist ? The Price , service , effectiveness . Etc ?

Thanks for any help

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Hi Wilson, I went to the doctor many years ago, I think at least 6-8 years ago. I applied for half a day leave, went there early to queue, but had to wait till after lunch. And the doctor didn't talk much, he look at me for less than 5 mins. I was not happy with it. The medication he gave is some antibiotics. It did help to stop my pimples initially, but it also kill my own friendly bacteria which did more harm to my health in long term.

I went for a macrobiotic cooking workshop recently, I learn that skin problem is actually caused by excess nutrition (from oil, fat, protein, diary, sugar, meat, preservatives). If you can change your diet, it will definitely help. I did, not only did my skin problem disappeared, I also have more energy and feel very balanced with the diet. You can try to go to Woods Bio Marche SS2 in Petaling Jaya to get advice or book a consultation session with June Lim. It's a macrobiotics restaurant with a Japanese chef.

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post Jan 29 2013, 06:23 PM

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Don't go to this clinic lah, waiting time 3 hours, come on. I used to go there, but the doctor nowadyas seem more interested in making money. I once ask him if he can laser away my scars..he look at the magnifying glass and then laugh cruelly that its too bad not get it cleared. He not friendly one ah.

There are better skin clinics out there, just go to a GP and ask them to refer you to a good one.
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why not try Dr.Ko Skin Specialist brows.gif

you'll be amaze with the sexy/pretty/seductive nurse there. brows.gif

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post Jan 29 2013, 10:29 PM

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QUOTE(Wilson13B @ Jan 1 2013, 06:13 PM)
Hi, i have some skin problem and would like to seek advice from a professional , i have heard about Ting Speciallist @ Jln Imbi is quite good in dealing this kind of problem .

Can anyone give a advice regarding Ting Skin Speciallist ? The Price , service , effectiveness . Etc ?

Thanks for any help

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I went there many years back to check a brown patch on my face cos might be skin cancer.
He told me it is" lo yan pan" in Cantonese( age spot)lol. A bit disappointed after paying rm150 at least
Give me some fancy medical term or something. The Chinese medicine shop will tell me it is
Age spot for free tongue.gif the doctor is friendly and cheaper than the one at Jln pudu nod.gif
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post Jan 31 2013, 10:04 AM

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wtf. pls take your money n see a legit doc frm SDMC/Gleneagles etc
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post Feb 1 2013, 08:30 AM

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cruel and unethical doctor. I went there when I was 15 to remove black moles, using the laser treatment. My sis accompany me during the operation, he start laser and it was so painful that all the bloods spill out, me and my sis cried out of desperation and then he stopped. Today, it leave a scar in shape of small hole in my face, which make me suffered a lot. I was unaware of my human rights as I was very young back then, but having the memory back I realized that I can possess a civil suit against him, this evil bas'ard. Unfortunately, the limitation period for having suit against him is lapsed, (I'm 23 now), but I hereby warned you guys, with my full sincerity, NEVER, EVER GO THERE!

PS: I do not need to lie about this, in fact voicing it out means that I left my scare opened again, but I can never ever forgive this dude.
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post Feb 2 2013, 02:19 PM

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QUOTE(juststayreal @ Feb 1 2013, 08:30 AM)
cruel and unethical doctor. I went there when I was 15 to remove black moles, using the laser treatment. My sis accompany me during the operation, he start laser and it was so painful that all the bloods spill out, me and my sis cried out of desperation and then he stopped. Today, it leave a scar in shape of small hole in my face, which make me suffered a lot. I was unaware of my human rights as I was very young back then, but having the memory back I realized that I can possess a civil suit against him, this evil bas'ard. Unfortunately, the limitation period for having suit against him is lapsed, (I'm 23 now), but I hereby warned you guys, with my full sincerity, NEVER, EVER GO THERE!

PS: I do not need to lie about this, in fact voicing it out means that I left my scare opened again, but I can never ever forgive this dude.
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Man that sucks.........Talkin about going to the wrong person for the wrong thing
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post Feb 2 2013, 09:46 PM

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Go dr ko skin specialist, advertising or my friend tongue.gif
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post Feb 2 2013, 11:15 PM

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my uncle's gf when to ko..in 6 months she look likes a model..but too expensive..cost u more than 10k..i once when to ting..not really expensive..but he see my face for 5 minutes..and said..this is nothing..just common acne..

i recommend ranjit to u..really good and worth your money..but u cant aspect any miracle one..if u want miracle go to ko..but too expensive..
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QUOTE(dreamgal @ Jan 29 2013, 05:24 PM)
Hi Wilson, I went to the doctor many years ago, I think at least 6-8 years ago. I applied for half a day leave, went there early to queue, but had to wait till after lunch. And the doctor didn't talk much, he look at me for less than 5 mins. I was not happy with it. The medication he gave is some antibiotics. It did help to stop my pimples initially, but it also kill my own friendly bacteria which did more harm to my health in long term.

I went for a macrobiotic cooking workshop recently, I learn that skin problem is actually caused by excess nutrition (from oil, fat, protein, diary, sugar, meat, preservatives). If you can change your diet, it will definitely help. I did, not only did my skin problem disappeared, I also have more energy and feel very balanced with the diet. You can try to go to Woods Bio Marche SS2 in Petaling Jaya to get advice or book a consultation session with June Lim. It's a macrobiotics restaurant with a Japanese chef.
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The restaurant is halal or non-halal?
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post Aug 7 2014, 01:28 PM

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Just sharing my experience about Dr.Ting Skin Specialist (@ Jalan Imbi)

My Skin Condition: Acne-prone. I used to have acne during period time, but still under my control. However, I have used Relvon Colorstay Foundation (for more than 1 month), and my face was starting worse with full moderate and inflame acne around my cheeks and chin.

My experience: I have visited and done everything to overcome it. But it seems not working at all. Later on, I searched and found Dr Ting. At first, I don't put much hope on it, but I have no choice. Here is my procedure @ Dr.Ting:
First time visit: cost me rm250 (consultation, pills, toner, cleanser and pimple gel + injection - Dr said it will be faster than normal apply pimple gel)
*I didn't take pills due to many side effects

2 weeks after: cost me rm130 (consultation, toner, cleanser and pimple gel + injection)

4 weeks after: cost me rm130 (consultation, toner, cleanser and pimple gel and pimple mark + injection)

So far, my skin recover a lot compared as first day. Still left acne scars and some pimples. Girls, better to do injection (cost me rm60/time) as it will fight with your acne faster.

That's all. I know everyone wants to recover and fight with acne, but it takes time. So be patient.
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post Aug 7 2014, 03:56 PM

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QUOTE(Wilson13B @ Jan 1 2013, 06:13 PM)
Hi, i have some skin problem and would like to seek advice from a professional , i have heard about Ting Speciallist @ Jln Imbi is quite good in dealing this kind of problem .

Can anyone give a advice regarding Ting Skin Speciallist ? The Price , service , effectiveness . Etc ?

Thanks for any help

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The doctor is ok ok lah, but que is super long, you can wait up to 3 hours.

The doctor also a bit LCLY not so friendly.

He likes to sell <removed> by the way.

suggest u try other skin specialist.

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post Jan 8 2015, 12:06 PM

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Hi there, i also been told Dr. Ting's Skin Specialist is very good too. I also facing skin problem after using wrong products - recovered, but the skin stays sensitive, sometime will feel itchy, redness and peeling to the same infected area.

1st visit - skin doctor was in Penang, injection (my beautician pay for the consultation fee)
2nd visit - Dr. Ranjit SS15, the skin irritation came back. Doctor treated as eczema (doesn't seem help)
3rd visit - back to Penang visit skin doctor again. Part of it my fault, bought facial paper mask for my convenience during my business trip. The skin irritation, redness, peeling came back.

The given cream from Penang doctor also seem work temporary, the irritation, redness and peeling came back again out of sudden (promising myself don't simply use other products)

Should i give a try to Dr. Ting Skin Specialist?
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QUOTE(Wilson13B @ Jan 1 2013, 06:13 PM)
Hi, i have some skin problem and would like to seek advice from a professional , i have heard about Ting Speciallist @ Jln Imbi is quite good in dealing this kind of problem .

Can anyone give a advice regarding Ting Skin Speciallist ? The Price , service , effectiveness . Etc ?

Thanks for any help

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pls go to Chu Skin Clinic

tht is Dr Chu's private practice.

on other days, he also practices at Sime Darby Medical Center SJ (formerly SJMC)

he is also the family skin doc to genting family.

pls seek a reputable medical doctor.
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post Jan 9 2015, 04:02 PM

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I have been trying to call Dr Ting Skin Specialist number, their line always engage. Is there any number to call?
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post Jan 10 2015, 01:58 AM

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Should i give a try to Dr. Ting Skin Specialist?
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depends... last time bring my fren go... cannot cure oso.. they have many doctors there not sure Dr Ting is even there or not

just like one doctor made good name.. open shop... rent to other young doctors to do business...
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post Jan 10 2015, 02:27 PM

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I used to visit dr ting

But now i shift to dr ranjit @ ss15... Also alot ppl

But much friendly.... Much effective

Downside is the capsule "ro accutane" may giv u slightly side effect eg dry lips... But cant deny the medicine is strong
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post Mar 1 2015, 10:53 PM

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QUOTE(cynthia2109 @ Jan 8 2015, 12:06 PM)
Hi there, i also been told Dr. Ting's Skin Specialist is very good too. I also facing skin problem after using wrong products - recovered, but the skin stays sensitive, sometime will feel itchy, redness and peeling to the same infected area.

1st visit - skin doctor was in Penang, injection (my beautician pay for the consultation fee)
2nd visit - Dr. Ranjit SS15, the skin irritation came back. Doctor treated as eczema (doesn't seem help)
3rd visit - back to Penang visit skin doctor again. Part of it my fault, bought facial paper mask for my convenience during my business trip. The skin irritation, redness, peeling came back.

The given cream from Penang doctor also seem work temporary, the irritation, redness and peeling came back again out of sudden (promising myself don't simply use other products)

Should i give a try to Dr. Ting Skin Specialist?
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Hi,

I experience the exact same conditions like you. After using a wrong product given by a doctor, i now suffered from redness, peeling effect, dryness and sensitive effect on the same infected area.

I am planning to visit Dr Ting too. May I know if you have visited him? If so please share with me the details if the medicine he gives works, price, etc?

My infected area is ridiculously red all the time :,((

I not sure wanna see Dr Ting or Dr Ranjit again whom I've seen before and his medicine did not help much.

Hope to hear from you soon.

Thanks.
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QUOTE(greedyant2 @ Mar 1 2015, 10:53 PM)
Hi,

I experience the exact same conditions like you. After using a wrong product given by a doctor, i now suffered from redness, peeling effect, dryness and sensitive effect on the same infected area.

I am planning to visit Dr Ting too. May I know if you have visited him? If so please share with me the details if the medicine he gives works, price, etc?

My infected area is ridiculously red all the time :,((

I not sure wanna see Dr Ting or Dr Ranjit again whom I've seen before and his medicine did not help much.

Hope to hear from you soon.

Thanks.
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How's your experience with Dr Ranjit?
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post Mar 5 2015, 01:31 AM

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QUOTE(Icehart @ Mar 3 2015, 06:48 PM)
How's your experience with Dr Ranjit?
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Hi,

I was actually given to see a female doctor in Dr Ranjit 's clinic. She seems to make the consultation process quick so try to ask more questions. Medicine wise I think so so only and have minimal effect on me. She did informed the side effect of the medicine for my acne such as dry lips and possiblity of pimples popping out other than the current infected area. Total bill is rm180 with pills and 3 types of creams to put.

However, I am still deciding to see Dr Ranjit again or give Dr Ting a try with my current condition of redness around my mouth.

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Dr ting cured my acne problem few years back. I am satisfied with his service. However,it was long queue to meet him, so I see doctor Khor in uptown now.
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i just went to Ting skin specialist, my fren told me to see prof yap which less expensive and she get her skin recover perfectly. My first visit is RM216 paid with credit card and get charged 3% (must bring enough cash!). After i took the medicine, i got gastric and stop after 2 days. He got give me cleanser, toner and face gel for pimples however, it dry-up my skin... dun really satisfy with this...
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can he treat cure my foreskin problem....?
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My friends had eczema, went there 4 times, mainly because it's nearby Bukit Bintang monorail.

Even you made your appointment, you have to wait like 1-2 hours to get 5mins consult from the doctor.

Add:

the medicine did cure my friend's skin problem, total cost nearly RM600.

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hi, i used to have skin problem and it made me lost my self-confidence and always avoid people I visited the Skin specialist for few times (4-5 times).The doctor just said i had block pores problem and gave me oratane medicine and their products. I had the medicine and used the products for more than 4 months and it is still not working. What make it worse is my skin become very sensitive and my lips was always cracking!!!In addition, there is many side effect from the medicine.Guess what? i saw from facebook there is a type of mask called TST yeast mask!! It solved my problem! My face recover within a month!!! I am very happy with the result, that's why i start to sell the product!!PM me for before after pic!! I am very happy to share!! I spent about RM1000 to visit the specialist and it doesn't help!!For those who are having skin problem, why not try the TST yeast mask before you go to the specialist? It is way more expensive and may not work on u~For those who are interested, please do not hesitate to contact me at 017-3646400, wechat :giatman

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post Oct 1 2016, 09:28 AM

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QUOTE(giatman @ Sep 30 2016, 11:42 PM)
hi, i used to have skin problem and it made me lost my self-confidence and always avoid people I visited T Skin specialist for few times (4-5 times).The doctor just said i had block pores problem and gave me oratane medicine and their products. I had the medicine and used the products for more than 4 months and it is still not working. What make it worse is my skin become very sensitive and my lips was always cracking!!!In addition, there is many side effect from the medicine.Guess what? i saw from facebook there is a type of mask called TST yeast mask!! It solved my problem! My face recover within a month!!! I am very happy with the result, that's why i start to sell the product!!PM me for before after pic!! I am very happy to share!! I spent about RM1000 to visit the specialist and it doesn't help!!For those who are having skin problem, why not try the TST yeast mask before you go to the specialist? It is way more expensive and may not work on u~For those who are interested, please do not hesitate to contact me at 017-3646400, wechat :giatman
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One thing I don't like about Dr T is that his clinic always distribute the medicine by rubbing out the name of it, for example the facial soap, he would rub off the label so you can't go and buy from outside at cheaper price.

Also the wait for 3 hours??? go to government hospital at least u get free. He also not very friendly one.
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Skin specialists are just glorified pharmacists / dispensaries.

Beware to those of you suffering from eczema, many of the medication prescribed are steroid-based, hence, a quick fix. There are side effects to that.
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Had scalp problems 2 years ago, Dr. Ting managed to solved it after first visit, was given Rifampin tablets and medicated shampoo.
Just was to see him 3 weeks ago because problem came back, told him to issues same med as before. Now fully recovered.

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post Feb 17 2017, 11:41 AM

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How about hand eczema? Seems here is all about face acne only.
Anyone come across treatment from Dr.Ting on hand eczema?
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QUOTE(darkdevilrey @ Jan 29 2013, 10:03 PM)
why not try Dr.Ko Skin Specialist brows.gif

you'll be amaze with the sexy/pretty/seductive nurse there. brows.gif

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even the young/pretty/sexy doctor itself will make you amaze brows.gif
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Is dr ko good for dark eye circles?
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post Feb 17 2017, 05:13 PM

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Can i recommend u Dr Shah at Subang?

The doctors there r friendly
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QUOTE(luvjim @ Feb 17 2017, 11:41 AM)
How about hand eczema? Seems here is all about face acne only.
Anyone come across treatment from Dr.Ting on hand eczema?
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May i suggest putting vitamin c Soluble on ur hands

I have hand eczema too

It healed wit vitamin c before i know it


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QUOTE(taiping... @ Feb 17 2017, 05:14 PM)
May i suggest putting vitamin c Soluble on ur hands

I have hand eczema too

It healed wit vitamin c before i know it
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Seriously?
Mine eczema has the blister visible on fingers....will it work too?
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QUOTE(luvjim @ Feb 17 2017, 05:26 PM)
Seriously?
Mine eczema has the blister visible on fingers....will it work too?
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Mine has blisters too

It's a 95% guarantee

Cause my dad n i healed with vit C soluble

& it's cheap

But i have to warn you, it will sting a lot

but it's worth the pain

Do it everyday for 1 week

A Potent one (As in a little water n 1 tablet of vit c)

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QUOTE(taiping... @ Feb 17 2017, 05:36 PM)
Mine has blisters too

It's a 95% guarantee

Cause my dad n i healed with vit C soluble

& it's cheap

But i have to warn you, it will sting a lot

but it's worth the pain

Do it everyday for 1 week

A Potent one (As in a little water n 1 tablet of vit c)
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Dissolve the soluble and apply on hand, or soak hand into the soluble water?
Need to wash off with clean water?
Will the itch come back can cause scratching?


I have try the remedy which is soak hand into apple cider...but it doesn't work on me.

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QUOTE(luvjim @ Feb 17 2017, 11:41 AM)
How about hand eczema? Seems here is all about face acne only.
Anyone come across treatment from Dr.Ting on hand eczema?
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First of all, you need to know eczema is an internal problem (immune system) despite the problem appears on the skin. So for topical remedies, it'll merely soothe & heal the skin only. The root of the problem is inside you.

For your hand, just use a good moisturizer will do. I use pure shea butter which not only moisturize but also heals the skin.
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QUOTE(luvjim @ Feb 20 2017, 11:20 AM)
Dissolve the soluble and apply on hand, or soak hand into the soluble water?
Need to wash off with clean water?
Will the itch come back can cause scratching?
I have try the remedy which is soak hand into apple cider...but it doesn't work on me.
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Apple cider is not vitamin c

2 totally different solution

It will sting ALOT when u put vitamin c

If u can tahan soaking it, then go ahead

if u cannot tahan, just apply it, straight away wash it off with water cause it's very painful
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QUOTE(NightHeart @ Feb 20 2017, 12:07 PM)
First of all, you need to know eczema is an internal problem (immune system) despite the problem appears on the skin. So for topical remedies, it'll merely soothe & heal the skin only. The root of the problem is inside you.

For your hand, just use a good moisturizer will do. I use pure shea butter which not only moisturize but also heals the skin.
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Yes, definitely has something to do with internal problem/allergy sort of.
Either take allergy test to know the reason but even know the reason already also not 100% guarantee can prevent from eczema.

Now I am trying to avoid food that can trigger the eczema from going worst and at the same time want to heal my hand now.

QUOTE(taiping... @ Feb 20 2017, 12:08 PM)
Apple cider is not vitamin c

2 totally different solution

It will sting ALOT when u put vitamin c

If u can tahan soaking it, then go ahead

if u cannot tahan, just apply it, straight away wash it off with water cause it's very painful
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Yes, it is not same solution. I tried that previously, not now. So just telling it does not work on me.

If the vitamin C method is not soaking, then better don't soak lah. Else other reader will follow what you say.

So, did you find out what causing you to have eczema? unsure.gif
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QUOTE(luvjim @ Feb 20 2017, 02:24 PM)
Yes, definitely has something to do with internal problem/allergy sort of.
Either take allergy test to know the reason but even know the reason already also not 100% guarantee can prevent from eczema.

Now I am trying to avoid food that can trigger the eczema from going worst and at the same time want to heal my hand now.
Yes, it is not same solution. I tried that previously, not now. So just telling it does not work on me.

If the vitamin C method is not soaking, then better don't soak lah. Else other reader will follow what you say.

So, did you find out what causing you to have eczema?  unsure.gif
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Too Much Peanuts & Milk causes my eczema to flare

The method is my own remedy

It's up to u how u wanna do it (If u wanna try)


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QUOTE(taiping... @ Feb 20 2017, 02:26 PM)
Too Much Peanuts & Milk causes my eczema to flare

The method is my own remedy

It's up to u how u wanna do it (If u wanna try)
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Mine also same and also seafood. doh.gif

Ok icon_rolleyes.gif
How long it took to heal your eczema?
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QUOTE(luvjim @ Feb 20 2017, 02:31 PM)
Mine also same and also seafood. doh.gif

Ok  icon_rolleyes.gif
How long it took to heal your eczema?
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About less than 1 month

Try it!

I would highly recommend it though
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About less than 1 month

Try it!

I would highly recommend it though
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Will try it if after medication...my eczema does not heal. biggrin.gif

Applying Protopic and Topicrem now.
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QUOTE(taiping... @ Feb 20 2017, 02:26 PM)
Too Much Peanuts & Milk causes my eczema to flare

The method is my own remedy

It's up to u how u wanna do it (If u wanna try)
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so if you control ur peanut and milk intake ur eczema won't flare? usually ezcema is caused by allergies isnt it

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so if you control ur peanut and milk intake ur eczema won't flare? usually ezcema is caused by  allergies isnt it
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I'm not sure really
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QUOTE(taiping... @ Feb 20 2017, 02:33 PM)
About less than 1 month

Try it!

I would highly recommend it though
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Want ask, the vitamin C is apply once a day? Do you apply moisturizer after rinse off?

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I'm back!

Want ask, the vitamin C is apply once a day? Do you apply moisturizer after rinse off?
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Yes, i apply moisturizer once in a while. Not all the time (Lazy)

I just let the vitamin sit for few seconds cause that's all i can bare

Too pedih

If u can do more than once a day better heal faster

I can only muster up once a day or less ( once a week) cause the thought of the pedih ness kills me

Have you tried?
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Yes, i apply moisturizer once in a while. Not all the time (Lazy)

I just let the vitamin sit for few seconds cause that's all i can bare

Too pedih

If u can do more than once a day better heal faster

I can only muster up once a day or less ( once a week) cause the thought of the pedih ness kills me

Have you tried?
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Yeah. Tried just now. Think this is the last resort (method) that I can try now.
It stings but I still can bare with it. Soak in salt water more much sting than this... no choice.
If you didn't poke the blister...should be not sting much. I have some cracks and the blister just dry up today...poke it yesterday.

Seriously, it works on me! There's blister very itch, once I apply it, the blister seems dries up already!
But now fingers very dry. Thinking should I apply moisturizer...but I afraid doing this, the blister will comes again. doh.gif
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Yeah. Tried just now. Think this is the last resort (method) that I can try now.
It stings but I still can bare with it. Soak in salt water more much sting than this... no choice.
If you didn't poke the blister...should be not sting much. I have some cracks and the blister just dry up today...poke it yesterday.

Seriously, it works on me! There's blister very itch, once I apply it, the blister seems dries up already!
But now fingers very dry. Thinking should I apply moisturizer...but I afraid doing this, the blister will comes again. doh.gif
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Ok since u're trying this method

I would suggest do it for 1 week only & u may be able to see the difference

Hope it works on u

My hands has healed completely already

As for the blisters, I would just poke it if i were you

Cause dont wan the liquid there

Last time it used to itch so much to the point i have no chance to see it blistering

Cause i'll scratch till the blisters are gone
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QUOTE(taiping... @ Mar 21 2017, 03:58 PM)
Ok since u're trying this method

I would suggest do it for 1 week only & u may be able to see the difference

Hope it works on u

My hands has healed completely already

As for the blisters, I would just poke it if i were you

Cause dont wan the liquid there

Last time it used to itch so much to the point i have no chance to see it blistering

Cause i'll scratch till the blisters are gone
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Maybe I want try apply 2 times a day.
Poking the blister, the liquid will affect other area too? No?

I scared and hate scratch it off, coz when I scratch it...it itch so so much till I feel like want to potong off my fingers. rclxub.gif
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QUOTE(luvjim @ Mar 21 2017, 04:03 PM)
Maybe I want try apply 2 times a day.
Poking the blister, the liquid will affect other area too? No?

I scared and hate scratch it off, coz when I scratch it...it itch so so much till I feel like want to potong off my fingers.  rclxub.gif
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Lol Been there done that lol

The itch is so nice though

I love to scratch it! Lol

But the after affect OMG!
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Lol Been there done that lol

The itch is so nice though

I love to scratch it! Lol

But the after affect OMG!
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Seriously I don't like it...coz it means it still not recovering but starting all over again!
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Thanks so much for your own remedy. notworthy.gif notworthy.gif notworthy.gif
It helps for time being and hopefully I can fully recover from this stupid thing. doh.gif
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QUOTE(luvjim @ Mar 21 2017, 04:17 PM)
Seriously I don't like it...coz it means it still not recovering but starting all over again!
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Thanks so much for your own remedy.  notworthy.gif  notworthy.gif  notworthy.gif
It helps for time being and hopefully I can fully recover from this stupid thing. doh.gif
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Any updates?
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Any updates?
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Recovering now. icon_idea.gif
Plus applying moisturizer very very frequent.

Still got mini blister come out 2 3 days once. I just then apply the vitamin c.

It works. rclxm9.gif


I now can fully make a fist. Previously can't even bend my finger due to cracks and dryness skin..

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Recovering now. icon_idea.gif
Plus applying moisturizer very very frequent.

Still got mini blister come out 2 3 days once. I just then apply the vitamin c.

It works.  rclxm9.gif
I now can fully make a fist. Previously can't even bend my finger due to cracks and dryness skin..
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I'm glad it works for u too!

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Now let's see it take how long to fully recover. flex.gif
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Thanks  wub.gif

Now let's see it take how long to fully recover.  flex.gif
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It might take as long as how long u had ur eczema bruce.gif

U can do it!
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Thanks  wub.gif

Now let's see it take how long to fully recover.  flex.gif
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I would suggest avoid peanuts, Dairy & whatever that inflames your eczema

Till you are completely healed





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QUOTE(taiping... @ Apr 5 2017, 04:11 PM)
I would suggest avoid peanuts, Dairy & whatever that inflames your eczema

Till you are completely healed
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If it's healed & you take those stuffs that can trigger your eczema, it'll trigger again unless your auto immune system has improved sweat.gif
It's kinda like an allergy, just avoid stuffs that triggers it. Usually it's due to food, but some people gets triggered by detergent, dust, environment etc.
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It might take as long as how long u had ur eczema  bruce.gif

U can do it!
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I had it since like a year ago..I need a year to recover? cry.gif

QUOTE(taiping... @ Apr 5 2017, 04:11 PM)
I would suggest avoid peanuts, Dairy & whatever that inflames your eczema

Till you are completely healed
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I can't eat seafood too cry.gif
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shocking.gif  shocking.gif
I had it since like a year ago..I need a year to recover?  cry.gif
I can't eat seafood too cry.gif
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I had it for a year too...

It took me 1 month to fully recover with vitamin C

We might hav different immune system

So, kinda estimated 1 year having it = 1 month to recover with vitamin C (For me)

For you i'm not sure...

Good Luck!
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QUOTE(taiping... @ Apr 5 2017, 05:35 PM)
I had it for a year too...

It took me 1 month to fully recover with vitamin C

We might hav different immune system

So, kinda estimated 1 year having it = 1 month to recover with vitamin C (For me)

For you i'm not sure...

Good Luck!
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If 1 month I'm very happy already.
It does affect my mood and mentally disturbed. doh.gif

Vitamin C, you not everyday apply isn't it?
Higher immune system recover faster?
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QUOTE(luvjim @ Apr 5 2017, 05:39 PM)
If 1 month I'm very happy already.
It does affect my mood and mentally disturbed. doh.gif

Vitamin C, you not everyday apply isn't it?
Higher immune system recover faster?
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Dont know...
I'm not a doctor
I main tembak only lol

As for the Vitamin C serum,
Mine has 90% healed already
I still do it but not too often now.

It makes my hand look younger anyways

So i still do it

I put it on my face also lol
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QUOTE(taiping... @ Apr 5 2017, 05:46 PM)
Dont know...
I'm not a doctor
I main tembak only lol

As for the Vitamin C serum,
Mine has 90% healed already
I still do it but not too often now.

It makes my hand look younger anyways

So i still do it

I put it on my face also lol
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Yaya...knew that laugh.gif

laugh.gif I apply moisturizer on my hand more than my face now..
Maybe later will have younger hands than my look laugh.gif

Vitamin C on face?? ohmy.gif ohmy.gif
Btwn, which brand you bought? I bought redoxon 1.
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Yaya...knew that laugh.gif

laugh.gif I apply moisturizer on my hand more than my face now..
Maybe later will have younger hands than my look laugh.gif

Vitamin C on face??  ohmy.gif  ohmy.gif
Btwn, which brand you bought? I bought redoxon 1.
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I'm using Cebion

They have promotion quite often

in Guardian

I drink it every morning also

1 tablet = RM0.50

Redoxen is too expensive for me for daily consumption

I'm trying to reverse the damage of my skin i've been neglecting for years.

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QUOTE(taiping... @ Apr 5 2017, 05:51 PM)
I'm using Cebion

They have promotion quite often

in Guardian

I drink it every morning also

1 tablet = RM0.50

Redoxen is too expensive for me for daily consumption

I'm trying to reverse the damage of my skin i've been neglecting for years.
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Icic.
Me too taking Vitamin C, but in tablet form 500mg. 2 times a day if I remember take at night.

You drink 1000mg?

I'm thinking whether go for the allergy test, but it is costly. sweat.gif

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Icic.
Me too taking Vitamin C, but in tablet form 500mg. 2 times a day if I remember take at night.

You drink 1000mg?

I'm thinking whether go for the allergy test, but it is costly. sweat.gif
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Yes 1000mg

For me, i was thinking of taking the test too bfore my eczema healed

Since then it healed, dont wanna go liao

Save moneh
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QUOTE(taiping... @ Apr 5 2017, 07:20 PM)
Yes 1000mg

For me, i was thinking of taking the test too bfore my eczema healed

Since then it healed, dont wanna go liao

Save moneh
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Did you avoid all this food?
http://www.thehealthyhomeeconomist.com/ecz...-food-triggers/
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QUOTE(luvjim @ Apr 6 2017, 10:09 AM)
I still eat them though

Eggs & dairy

But minimal amount

BTW, Just wanna let you know, the vitamin C solution does not last long.

As in, once you brew it (Mix the tablet with water), you can't keep it for loong

because vitamin C breaksdown with light or heat (I'm not sure whether you know this)

But just a heads up

For me, i make my vitamin C serum fresh always


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QUOTE(taiping... @ Apr 6 2017, 10:12 AM)
I still eat them though

Eggs & dairy

But minimal amount

BTW, Just wanna let you know, the vitamin C solution does not last long.

As in, once you brew it (Mix the tablet with water), you can't keep it for loong

because vitamin C breaksdown with light or heat (I'm not sure whether you know this)

But just a heads up

For me, i make my vitamin C serum fresh always
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I really don't know about this. Thanks. sweat.gif

I do use the left over Vitamin C the next day morning...if I make it the night before laugh.gif

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I really don't know about this. Thanks. sweat.gif

I do use the left over Vitamin C the next day morning...if I make it the night before laugh.gif
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Any improvements?
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Tangan macam mana?

Any improvements?
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Progress slow lo...sometimes still got blister pop up.. sweat.gif
Now I kinda scared to apply the vitamin c already....think of the pain I really rclxub.gif

Then few days ago fall sick and terpaksa take antibiotics....my eczema seems better sweat.gif
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Progress slow lo...sometimes still got blister pop up..  sweat.gif
Now I kinda scared to apply the vitamin c already....think of the pain I really  rclxub.gif

Then few days ago fall sick and terpaksa take antibiotics....my eczema seems better  sweat.gif
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Totally understand

I put off putting vitamin C for a while last time cause of the sting

Well, if the antibiotics helps, keep putting vitamin C i say

It will heal in time

Have to be patient
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QUOTE(taiping... @ Apr 12 2017, 05:20 PM)
Totally understand

I put off putting vitamin C for a while last time cause of the sting

Well, if the antibiotics helps, keep putting vitamin C i say

It will heal in time

Have to be patient
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Ya, I will put when my finger not so injured laugh.gif
At least not so sting sweat.gif

Sometimes also after the scratch want to put it coz don't feel comfortable...wish the sting feel overcome the uncomfortable feeling....
but still I pull back.... lol

Kinda lost patient....really doh.gif
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Vitamin C are antioxidants. They are easily oxidized when exposure to air and water. Hence we need to consume it once you have diluted it into water or somewhat.
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Hi all, I went to Ting Skin Specialist about a month ago for my acne problem, but I was consulted with Dr. Yap, I dont mind who's the doctor is actually.

I was prescribed with antibiotic, cleanser, toner, acne cream and scar cream.
Now almost a month i took the antibiotic(1month) and cleanser, acne and scar cream are too small and I finished it less than 3 weeks.

I don't see the antibiotik is working on me to reduce the acne breakouts after consume it almost 1 month.

Anybody here have experience consume antibiotic and how long will you see the result ?

Hari Raya is approching and I so worried that my face condition still the same. and im in 30's and still have major breakouts..!! arrgghhh...
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QUOTE(zaff1984 @ Jun 2 2017, 04:38 PM)
Hi all, I went to Ting Skin Specialist about a month ago for my acne problem, but I was consulted with  Dr. Yap, I dont mind who's the doctor is actually.

I was prescribed with antibiotic, cleanser, toner, acne cream and scar cream.
Now almost a month i took the antibiotic(1month) and cleanser, acne and scar cream are too small and I finished it less than 3 weeks.

I don't see the antibiotik is working on me to reduce the acne breakouts after consume it almost 1 month.

Anybody here have experience consume antibiotic and how long will you see the result ?

Hari Raya is approching and I so worried that my face condition still the same.  and im in 30's and still have major breakouts..!! arrgghhh...
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Every few years I have to repeat a course of Doxycycline antibiotic. USually 2 weeks- 1 month for me. But bear in my mind my acne is very mild (on a scale of 1-10, i'm probably at a 1, 1.5).

I have two stubborn pimples on my bottom cheeks on both sides, that peels, lasers and facials do not seem to work.
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QUOTE(zaff1984 @ Jun 2 2017, 04:38 PM)
Hi all, I went to Ting Skin Specialist about a month ago for my acne problem, but I was consulted with  Dr. Yap, I dont mind who's the doctor is actually.

I was prescribed with antibiotic, cleanser, toner, acne cream and scar cream.
Now almost a month i took the antibiotic(1month) and cleanser, acne and scar cream are too small and I finished it less than 3 weeks.

I don't see the antibiotik is working on me to reduce the acne breakouts after consume it almost 1 month.

Anybody here have experience consume antibiotic and how long will you see the result ?

Hari Raya is approching and I so worried that my face condition still the same.  and im in 30's and still have major breakouts..!! arrgghhh...
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Hi, i need your opinion, should i meet dermatologist at hosp or dr ting? As far as i know, doctors at hosp will suggest products that can be bought at pharmacy, but the clinic has their own skincare product. Pls help. Thank you in advance
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Hi, i need your opinion, should i meet dermatologist at hosp or dr ting? As far as i know, doctors at hosp will suggest products that can be bought at pharmacy, but the clinic has their own skincare product. Pls help. Thank you in advance
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What’s your skin problem? Doctors are needed for diagnosis, you can look for your own remedies.
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Wow, its been awhile since the last time I'm on forum/chat like this. nothing extreme, it just I got pimples around my jaw line. half of it I can cover with my hijab, but I don't feel comfortable with my skin. it leaves dark spots too sad.gif I think I'll go to the dr ting clinic.
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QUOTE(Sparkleoffarah @ Jul 12 2018, 10:37 AM)
Wow, its been awhile since the last time I'm on forum/chat like this. nothing extreme, it just I got pimples around my jaw line. half of it I can cover with my hijab, but I don't feel comfortable with my skin. it leaves dark spots too sad.gif I think I'll go to the dr ting clinic.
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If it’s for pimples, the doctor will give you antibiotics & accutane. You may want to read more about those two for pimples & consider whether you’re willing to face the side effects or not first.
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anyone could update the price of first time consultation?

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Im interested in this too... anyone visited the clinic for acne problem around cheek/jawline? how much are they charging
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Im interested in this too... anyone visited the clinic for acne problem around cheek/jawline? how much are they charging
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Does anyone know what cleanser they supplying to the customers? is it their own formula? I'm using the cleaner for a year now, the cleanser is cheap RM15 for 120ml.

 

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