3 Innovative Products for Skin Lifting from Singapore

There is so much work put into an effective skincare product. Starting from the choice of the active ingredient to workings of the chemical formulation, and then the testing and research behind them. Hours of work are put into these products to make sure it delivers what it claims to do. With so many choices of products in the market these days, it can be a feat pulling out something that works as well as it claims to be.

Made in Singapore Skincare

Singapore is well-reputed to have high-quality control standard in the pharmaceutical industry. SW1 Clinic has one of the longest histories in Singapore’s aesthetics. The doctors are experienced with the management of many types of skin. So you can be reassured that you are in good hands when it comes to their in-house products. Here are the some of the innovative products entirely made in Singapore that you should not miss.

Chai is a namesake skincare line of Dr Low Chai Ling, Founder of SW1 Clinic. The ingredients put into them are very carefully thought through with the focus on using natural botanical ingredients but not compromising its effectiveness. There are just endless wonders that the nature around us can bring. 



This exotic plant whose leaves are the favourite amongst our dearest silkworms holds amazing anti-ageing ingredient that is not only delicious to eat but great for skincare.

Black Orchid

Singapore used to be home to more than 220 species of native orchids. But over the years of economical developments, the orchids are replaced by man-made infrastructures.

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Lycopene contains, carotenoid pigment that has antioxidant properties

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Potent polyphenolic antioxidant abundant in red grapes and, therefore, in red wine. 

Applied topically, resveratrol helps protect skin’s surface and helps rebuff negative environmental influences. It also has significant skin-calming properties that may help minimize the look of redness. 

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The use of gold in skin care dates to when Egyptian queens Cleopatra and Nefertiti were known to sleep wearing a gold mask

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Rice extract contains moisturizing polysaccharides, omega-3 fatty acids, and micronutrients like calcium, selenium, phosphorus, iron, and zinc.

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