2022 is still primarily based on navigating COVID’s detrimental and significant effects that have impacted us physically and mentally.
It was great to see so many people out and about during the various restrictive stages of COVID-19. I think bicycle sales must have been at an all-time high!
And even now, it’s good to see so many families and cyclists outside. However, there are many of us – especially those on our own – who over time have become more reclusive,
They decided to pick out some of the essentials that you can try out, and they got me to weigh in on how they could be helpful.
Amaris B. Clinic has treated thousands of patients, but I remember one case who captures the spirit and philosophy of the aesthetic practice.
We are heartened to be the winner two years in a row for 2019 Body Sculpting Service Provider of the Year in APAC, 2020 Body Sculpting Medical Centre of the Year in APAC, and 2020 Integrated Healthcare Medical Centre of the Year in APAC!
It is important to expand our horizon and not be complacent of what we have and know today.
As the world continues to battle with the pandemic, how will it impact consumer behaviour and demands for wellness, aesthetics and cosmetics surgery in 2021? Dr. Ivan Puah, an accredited liposuction doctor and Medical Director of Amaris B Clinic, anticipates these five consumer demands.
These are the 5 face and body sculpting trends that I foresee.
Before we embark on Saxenda, patients are advised to start living healthily, such as a balanced diet, reduced caloric intake and increased physical activities.
“I have noticed that amongst the male patients, 20-25% are young adults who have serious body confidence issues. They are shy and unexpressive, often exhibiting signs of no confidence and extremely low esteem. They avoid eye contact and are uncomfortable going shirtless during clinical examinations.”
“It is important to be aware that to be worried about something, you cannot control is redundant. Stress can change or ache a person. Seek help if you feel helpless.” – Dr. Ivan Puah
Our fat cells do not increase as we grow older – fact or fiction?