Dr. Teo Wan Lin explains how pollution can affect our skin condition, and provides preventive measures here.
Dr. Teo Wan Lin discusses one of the commonest skin complaints in tropical Singapore here
Dr Teo Wan Lin advises on how to get our oily skin under control here.
In an interview with HerWorld, Dr. Teo Wan Lin discuss how to handle different kinds of acne. Read Dr. Teo’s interview here on HerWorld.
In an interview with Clozette, Dr. Teo Wan Lin shares her take on goods skincare. Read Dr. Teo’s interview here on Clozette.
Dr. Teo Wan Lin, an accredited Singapore dermatologist, discusses tips for a better and healthier skin. Read Dr. Teo’s article here on Her World
Dr. Teo Wan Lin, an accredited Singapore dermatologist, recommends double cleansing. Read Dr. Teo’s article here on Women’s Weekly.
Dr. Teo Wan Lin, an accredited Singapore dermatologist, answers common party-related skin questions. Read Dr. Teo’s article here on HerWorld Singapore.
Dr. Teo Wan Lin, an accredited Singapore dermatologist, discusses skin sensitivities and what does it mean to have sensitive skin. Read more to find out the solution to sensitive skin.
Dr. Teo Wan Lin, an accredited Singapore dermatologist, discusses beauty supplements. Click here to find out if beauty supplements are a hype that deliver or a simply a passing fad?
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Let’s get up close and personal with cosmeceuticals. Read Dr. Teo’s article here on Dr TWL Dermaceuticals.
What are cosmeceuticals? Read Dr. Teo’s article here on ZCOOP Singapore.
In the fourth of a five part-series, Dr. Teo Wan Lin, an accredited Singapore dermatologist, talks about cosmetic treatments in the age of medi-spas and why safety is paramount.
If pimples and acne are ruining your teen’s confidence then it’s definitely time to call in the pimple police.
In the third of a five part-series, Dr. Teo Wan Lin, an accredited Singapore dermatologist, talks about cosmeceutical skincare and why she formulated her own range.
Did you know, we are the only homegrown dermatologist tested and formulated skincare line available commercially? You heard it right, we’re that special. We decided to take the benefits of cosmeceutical skincare to you, because you are worth it.
Whether you are Singaporean or have just moved to our sunny island, if you are struggling with hair loss, oily scalp or dandruff issues, keep reading!
Have you ever found yourself looking on in envy at models and celebrities, or even girls on the street, who just look effortlessly perfect and flawless?
Find out why Dr. TWL Dermaceuticals is different from many of the other doctor brands in Singapore and why Dr Teo Wan Lin of TWL Specialist Skin & Laser Centre wanted to formulate one despite the over-crowded skincare market.
Singapore’s weather causes bad skin-acne on the face, pimples on the chest and back. Is that true?
Besides, every other aesthetic clinic and medi-spa is selling some sort of acne treatment for our humid climate. How do you tell if it’s required or will even work? Is it bad skincare that causes these outbreaks, and what exactly constitutes good skincare?
Read Dr Teo’s article @ZCOOP Singapore!
Pimples have unique quirks and personalities too. Read Dr Teo’s treatment tips on the various types of acne at Shape Singapore!
What’s real and what’s false about skin pigmentation? Read Dr Teo’s article @ZCOOP Singapore.
So it feels like you’ve been confronted by an onslaught of skincare products, customised serums and facial oils in recent times, leaving you at a loss, and wondering if you really need to add on that 101th skincare item to your regimen? Read Dr Teo’s article @BURO 24/7.
Losing hair? Do you notice more hair than usual in your drain, on the floor, combs and on your pillow? Do you find your hair parting wider and ponytail less thick? Read Dr Teo’s article @ZCOOP Singapore.
Getting breakouts only on one side of your face? Is that dirty pillow or grimy cellphone to blame? Read Dr Teo’s article @ZCOOP Singapore.
Sensitive skin is a condition that can only be managed and it’s symptoms reduced. It cannot be cured, due in part to the fact that its root cause is one’s genes. But the flare-ups can be controlled.
Read all about Dr Teo’s take on sensitive skin in the Jan 2017 issue of Her World!
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Click on any one of the above images to view Dr. Teo’s interview with Singapore’s Channel NewsAsia on managing childhood eczema.
Zoom in to the images above to read more of Dr. Teo’s interview with Singapore magazine, Motherhood, on the triggers and the treatment methods of Eczema in toddlers.
Click on the images above to read more of Dr. Teo’s interview with Smartparents.com on managing childhood eczema.
Zoom in to the images above to read Dr. Teo’s tips for men’s skincare.