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Work From Home (WFH) and hang out with people virtually has become a new normal.





As we become less active during this stay-home period, many of us gain weight naturally.




Is There A Way to Slim Down Without Exercising?



Exercising is helpful in weight loss. We have put together a list of Quick & Easy Home Workouts for Beginners.


However, consistency is the key to weight loss through exercising & diet.


A customized diet plan and medications are treatment options offered at Healthsprings.




Customised Diet Plan & Medications for Weight Loss 



Weight loss medication will help reduce your appetite and make you consume fewer calories. It works by increasing levels of catecholamines.


Assessment of weight, BMI and blood pressure will be needed to assess if suitable for prescription weight loss medication.




Fat Reduction & Anti-Cellulite Body Treatment at Clinic



Benefits of Vanquish Me Fat Reduction:

– It kills the entire fat cell, making results successful long-term.
– Covers a large area. Designed to eliminate the excess midsection fat.
– “Contact-less” . Treatment can be done with minimal physical contact and adhere to safe distancing.
– Painless, no bruising, no visible downtime or risk of infection
– Quick & Efficient treatment. Requires less visit time and suitable for people who have busy schedules.




Get Weight Management Advice and Medications via Online Consultation and Home Delivery



Not sure how to arrange for an online consultation? Read: Guide to Online Consultation


Call or WhatsApp us:

Orchard: 6734 5260 (WhatsApp 9728 7793)

Bukit Panjang: 6892 6681 (WhatsApp 8799 8936)

Bidadari: 6970 7933 (WhatsApp 8616 6166)



Flu Shot is Now Available in Phase 1



Influenza is a respiratory illness which is highly contagious. 🤧 As flu viruses are constantly changing, it’s recommended to have flu vaccines at least once a year.


stay fit and healthy during coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic.



Phase 1 of Circuit Breaker is in effect. I am sure many of you are keen to resume your aesthetic procedures.



Sadly, not everything can be done in this period.



Aesthetic Treatments Allowed in Phase 1




According to guidelines released by the Ministry of Health, the only treatment for moderate to severe acne, severe or worsening pigmentation disorder, inflammatory skin conditions e.g. eczema, and viral warts can be carried out.


As such, below are treatments and procedures that can be carried out during Phase 1 of Circuit breaker classified according to conditions;



1. Acne



Types of Acne


Recommended Treatments for Acne:

Oral medications, Topical medications, Chemical Peels, Q-Switch Laser and BroadBand Light, Injection for acne cysts




2. Pigmentation


Types of pigmentation


Liver Spots/ Age Spots: Age spots vary in size and usually appear on areas exposed to the sun, e.g. the face, neck, shoulders, and arms. Age spots are also called sunspots, liver spots and solar lentigines. They are often associated with sun exposure and can appear suddenly as you age.


Melasma: Melasma is a common pigmentation disorder affecting Asian skin. Melasma is sometimes referred to as the mask of pregnancy because it is sometimes triggered by an increase in hormones in pregnant women.


Freckles: Freckles are flat, light brown circular spots that typically appear on sun-exposed skin and usually a result of genetics. Freckles are more common on the face of poorly pigmented individuals and people with fair skin tone. Youngs kids may develop freckles too as early as 2 years old.


Acne Marks (Post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation marks): The red or brown marks that remain after blemishes have healed are caused by pigmentation and are known as post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation marks (PIH).



Recommended Treatments for Pigmentation:


Oral medications, Topical medications, Chemical Peels, Q-Switch Laser, Yellow Laser and BroadBand Light




3. Warts



Warts are caused by many different types of human papillomavirus (HPV).  They can be found on skin or mucus membranes and may occur singly or in groups. The most commonly occur on hands or feet.


It is important to remove warts. Though in most cases they are harmless, they can spread to other parts of the body easily.



Recommended Treatments for Warts:

CO2 laser removal




Read: 7 Types of Skin Bumps and How to Get Rid  of Them




Aesthetic Treatments Not Allowed in Phase 1


Regretfully, popular treatments such as Botox, Fillers, Ultherapy, HiFU, Threads, Infini, CO2 laser for scar management and removal of moles or milia, Vanquish and Exilis , still cannot be carried out in this period.


It is still unknown whether or not these procedures can be performed when Phase 2 comes into effect. We will update you all as soon as these procedures can be done, so stay tuned!





Contact us at +65 9728 2861 for more info about aesthetic treatments!

Many people have commented that they have put on weight in the past month while staying at home during this circuit breaker, as they have been eating more snacks while working from home. It is also very easy to order food delivery with just a few taps on the phone, in our foodie nation.



Coupled with reduced exercise due to the closure of gyms and swimming pools, or lack of motivation – spells a recipe for weight gain. When calorie intake exceeds our output, the excess caloric energy is stored in our body as fats.



Here are some simple tips to maintain our weight during the circuit breaker.



Reduce excessive food intake


  1. Eat slowly during meal times, and stop when you feel 80% full.

The Okinawans have a trick to avoid overeating – only eat until you feel 80% full. This is a concept that the late Mr. Lee Kuan Yew followed. This is because it takes time for our stomach to send signals to our brain that we have eaten enough. It is also good practice to slow down when we eat, chew thoroughly, and savour each mouthful of food before taking the next.


  1. The Healthy Plate

Following the “Healthy Plate” concept – where half of your serving plate or bowl consists of vegetables and fruit – ensures that you are getting enough nutrients and vitamins in your diet. It will also be difficult to overload on calories, as vegetables and fruit are full of fibre which contribute to your sensation of fullness, but low in calories.


  1. Avoid frequent snacking

If you find yourself heading to the kitchen several times in a day, ask yourself what is the purpose that snacking fulfils for you. Is it because you are bored or stressed? It may be better to have a chat with family or friends, or pick up activities or hobbies that help to relieve stress and occupy your time – such as learning to draw, sing, dance, or anything that you might enjoy.

If you truly feel hungry in between meals, go for healthy snacks such as nuts and fresh fruit.


  1. Consume sweetened drinks (such as bubble tea) and alcohol in moderation.

The high caloric content of these drinks easily exceed our caloric requirement and do not provide any meaningful nutrition.




Increase energy expenditure – get moving!



There are plenty of videos on home-based exercises that we can do during this period, with no additional equipment required. Jogging and brisk walking are also good exercises.


Never exercised before? You can start with a short 10 minute session, and slowly increase the duration once you feel ready. Ideally, we should be getting at least 150 minutes of moderate intensity exercise in a week.


3 Easy & Quick Workouts at Home:




If you find yourself sitting for long periods of time at home, take a minute every hour or so – to stand up, walk around the room, and stretch.


With another few weeks to go before the circuit breaker measures are relaxed, let us start making simple changes so we can maintain our figure and look our best when we are able to meet our friends and colleagues again.


You can book your body slimming & aesthetic treatment in advanced now! Contact us for more info.


In the past, women seemed to hold off skincare until they reach their 30s. It is when their skin enters the ageing cycle and starts to show initial signs of ageing like fine lines and wrinkles, among others.


These days, however, even teenagers are starting to obsess about skincare and anti-ageing, and are turning to treatments like lasers for pigmentation removal among others. This is a good thing because while it’s true that the first signs of ageing show up when you reach 30—mild brown spots, fine lines and wrinkles, dull and sallow skin—these changes are often the cumulative effect of the damage caused to your skin in your younger years. All these are bound to show up in your 30s when the reparative abilities of your skin begin to weaken and can no longer hold them off.


It goes to show that taking early action can have a significant impact on your skin. Be proactive with your skincare, so you don’t have to react to skin conditions showing up later in life. All you need are prevention and protection protocols, and a little help from science.


Laser for Pigmentation Removal

Laser treatments for pigmentation are widely available in Singapore. These are designed to treat age spots and freckles that develop as we age and due to excessive sun exposure.


A series of appropriate treatments can help lighten, if not completely remove pigmentation with minimal downtime or discomfort.


Another option to laser pigmentation removal is the Revlite Laser—a non-invasive treatment that removes brown age spots, freckles, melasma, and lentigo, among others. It also helps boost collagen production, resulting in the minimised appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.



Healthsprings Glow Cream can help you to lighten scars blemishes and pigmentation too.


Healthsprings skincare range is now available on Shopee and products can be delivered straight to your doorstep.



What follows are some of the practical steps you can take to combat wrinkly skin:


5 Ways to Reduce and Prevent Fine Lines & Wrinkles

  1. Quit Smoking

It’s never easy, but knowing that cigarette smoke can cause wrinkles should at least make you think twice about smoking. The smoke damages your collagen—the protein that gives your skin its volume and elasticity; the nicotine in cigarettes, on the other hand, causes your blood vessels to constrict, limiting the amount of oxygen and nutrients that get to your skin.


  1. Eat Vitamin & Antioxidant-Rich Food

As the old saying goes, “you are what you eat,” and in terms of how your skin ages, this is particularly true. Several studies show that foods that are high in vitamins and antioxidant content can help reduce the appearance of facial wrinkles. These include citrus fruits, berries, prunes, nuts, and oily fish with high omega-3 fatty acid content.


  1. Stay Hydrated

Your body requires water for almost every function. It uses water to flush out toxins from your system, regulate your body temperature and keep your skin hydrated from the inside. If possible, drink two litres of water a day or more, as necessary.


  1. Protect Yourself from the Sun

As earlier mentioned, overexposure to the sun can damage your skin, resulting in premature ageing and wrinkles. Apply sunscreen with an SPF of at least 30 when you head out. For added protection, avoid going outside between 10 am and 2 pm when the sun is at its peak, and wear a wide brim hat and sunglasses with UV protection.


  1. Love Your Skin

Giving your skin the love it deserves is summed up in the following steps:

— Wear moisturisers

— Be gentle on your skin

— Get enough sleep, and

— Try sleeping on your back.

As it turns out, your sleeping position could also contribute to your dreaded wrinkles. For instance, you can get wrinkles on your cheek when you sleep on your side and your forehead if you sleep face-down.


Never Too Late to Prevent Fine Lines & Wrinkles

Even when you’re already showing signs of premature skin ageing, you can still benefit from taking these steps and particularly from undergoing laser for pigmentation removal. If fine lines and wrinkly skin bother you, you can consult a dermatologist to assess the right course of treatment for you.


At Healthsprings Group, we offer a range of non-invasive procedures for smoothing out wrinkles, tightening skin, and improving your overall skin condition.

Schedule an appointment with us today.

Good news for the residents in Bidadari/ Woodleigh area!

The new Healthsprings Medical & Laser Clinic is now opened to serve the patients & clients better.


Healthsprings is a Singapore based medical group comprising of family and corporate medicine clinics, aesthetic medicine clinics, medispa, as well as its own skincare range.



Nestled in the new Bidadari estate, this new clinic has opened its door to offer medical services for people from all walks of life.


Offering both MEDICAL & AESTHETIC services.







SKIN ALLERGY/RASH/ ECZEMA  treatment 皮肤过敏/ 湿疹或其他皮肤问题












Laser Skin Treatment (pigmentation/ freckles etc.) 镭射皮肤治疗(色斑/雀斑等)

Acne/ Acne Scars & Marks / Pore Reduction Treatment 暗疮/痘印/痘疤/毛孔粗大护理

Non-surgical Facelift & Necklift and Wrinkles Reduction  非手术拉皮/改善细纹

Botox & Fillers Injection 肉毒杆菌和玻尿酸注射

Skin Rejuvenation Treatment (Skin Booster/ Rejuran)  皮肤更新护理(水光针/ 婴儿针)

Eye Treatment (Droopy eyelids/ Eyebags/ Dark Circles) 眼部护理(眼皮松弛/眼袋/黑眼圈)

Laser Mole / Tattoo/ Hair Removal 激光祛痣/ 消除纹身/ 除毛

Slimming, Toning & Fat Reduction Treatment 瘦身,塑身和去脂肪项目

Skin Tightening & Cellulite Treatment  皮肤紧致 & 橘皮组织

Hair Loss Treatment  脱发治疗


Visit Healthsprings Laser and Aesthetic Clinic for more info on aesthetic treatments.


Details for the Bidadari Clinic:

Address: 105A Bidadari Park Dr #01-09 Singapore 341105 (Near Potong Pasir & Woodleigh MRT)

Tel: 6970 7933

Email: enquiry@healthsprings.com.sg

Website: https://www.healthspringsgroup.com.sg/


Contacts for other Healthsprings Clinics:

Orchard: 6734 5260
Bukit Panjang: 6892 6681
Sengkang: 6288 6696




Flu vaccine is now restocked at Healthsprings clinics.

As flu viruses are constantly changing, it’s recommended to have flu vaccines at least once a year.



Healthsprings Care Pack

Care Pack contains:

– Sanitiser Spray with 70% alcohol.
– Zinc Lozenges that soothes the irritated throat, improves flu symptoms & supports a healthy immune system.


Visit any Healthsprings Clinic near you now!



Healthsprings Laser & Aesthetic Clinic

  • 541 Orchard Road #11-01, Liat Towers Singapore 238881

  • 9728 2861

  • 6836 8386

  • Opening hours: Monday to Friday: 9am to 5pm
    Saturday: 9am to 1pm.
    Sun/Public holiday: Close


Healthsprings Medical Associates

  • 541 Orchard Road #10-02, Liat Towers Singapore 238881

  • 9728 7793

  • 6734 5260

  • Opening hours: Monday to Friday: 9am to 5pm
    Saturday: 9am to 1pm.
    Sun/Public holiday: Close


Healthsprings Aesthetic

  • 541 Orchard Road #10-01A, Liat Towers Singapore 238881

  • 9088 8775

  • 6262 3660

  • Opening hours: Monday to Friday: 9am to 6pm
    Saturday: 9am to 1pm.
    Sun/Public holiday: Close


Healthsprings Medical Clinic

  • 524A, Greenridge Shopping Centre, #02-01, Jelapang Road, Singapore 671524

  • 8799 8936

  • 6892 6681

  • Monday to Thursday:  8am to 4pm, 6pm to 9pm
    Friday:  8am to 4pm
    Saturday:  8.30am to 1 pm
    Sun/Public holiday:  Close


Aesthetics @ Healthsprings

  • 524A, Greenridge Shopping Centre, #02-02, Jelapang Road, Singapore 671524

  • 8799 8936

  • 6892 0789

  • Monday to Thursday: 9am to 5pm, 6pm to 9pm
    Friday: 9am to 5pm
    Saturday:  9am to 1pm
    Sun/Public holiday:  Close


Healthsprings Medical & Laser Clinic

  • 105A Bidadari Park Drive

    #01-09 Singapore 341105

  • 8616 6166

  • 6970 7933

  • Monday to Friday: 8.30am to 4pm

    Saturday: 8.30am to 1pm

Healthsprings was established in 2000 with its first medical clinic located at Bukit Panjang. In 2001, the company ventured into the medical aesthetic field and has been offering Lasers, Peels, Fillers, Botulinum Injections and other aesthetic services. In 2008, Healthsprings Laser and Aesthetic is opened in Orchard Road and has been known to specialise in different aesthetic procedures for the skin, face, body, and hair.

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