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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!

The COVID – 19 outbreak is in full swing! Many countries have either closed their borders or imposed quarantine restrictions on travellers from affected countries.


Hence, can one still travel during this period?

The safest would be to defer all non-essential travel to affected countries during this period.


However, if one absolutely has to travel, there are a few precautions one can take to minimize the risk of contracting COVID – 19.



Most Importantly: Practice Hand Hygiene


Hand hygiene would be the most important step to reduce the risk of transmission.


Frequent hand washing and use of hand sanitizers eliminates contagious viruses from our hands. These viruses enter our bodies and infect us when we touch our eyes, mouth or nose with our contaminated hands. The COVID -19 virus is able to survive on surfaces for a period of time, hence we will never know if we have touched a contaminated surface.


Proper Ways to Wash Your Hands



Is Mask Useful?


As of now, COVID-19 is found to be spread mainly by respiratory droplets generated when an infected person coughs or sneezes.



Normal Routine Use is Unlikely to be Helpful; 
Unless You’re Travelling to a High-Risk Area

These droplets do not float in the air and sink to the ground and/or surface soon after exiting an infected person’s respiratory tract. Hence, normal routine use is unlikely to be helpful as the chance of a droplet being sprayed directly onto your eyes, nose or mouth is exceedingly low.


It is a different story if you are travelling to a high-risk area. In that situation, a mask is definitely useful.




Is It Safe to Travel on Airplanes?


Fortunately, modern airplanes utilize high-efficiency filters that remove 99.97% of viruses and other particles in re-circulated air.


Hence, risk of contracting COVID-19 while on an airplane comes not from the supplied air, but from other people. If one follows a strict hand hygiene routine, the risk is minimal.



All in all, travelling during this period does carry a risk of contracting COVID – 19.


However, if one follows a comprehensive hand hygiene regime and uses a mask judiciously, the risk can be minimized.

There are at least five types of skin: normal, dry, oily, combination, and sensitive.

Unfortunately, as much as everyone wants to have smooth, clear skin that isn’t too demanding, many fall into the dry or oily skin category—sometimes a combination of both.


What Causes Dry & Oily Skin

Dry skin can be attributed to a wide range of factors. For some, it is hereditary but for others, it can be a result of poor lifestyle habits or an indication of an underlying condition such as dermatitis or eczema.

On the other hand, oily skin can be the result of both genetic factors and hormonal changes in which one is predisposed to producing a higher amount of sebum—the natural oil that keeps the skin soft and hydrated.

Meanwhile, the skin can also be both dry and oily, in which case it will cause an over-production of oil to compensate for the dryness of the skin. Someone with combination skin typically has a mix of oily and dry areas on different parts of the face, with the t-zone being particularly oily.

As unpleasant as it may be, having dry or oily skin is treatable and manageable; and the first step would be to consult with a professional from a women’s health clinic in Singapore to understand which skin type you fall under.


In the article that follows, we are focusing on dry skin and the ways you can manage and ease this skin condition.



Moisturise. The first thing you should do when you have dry skin is to stay moisturised. You can benefit from moisturising lotions and creams that are better absorbed into the epidermis (outer layer of the skin) thus, trapping natural and existing moisture in your skin to prevent further drying. We also suggest using lip balms that contain vitamins such as A, C, E, and D to keep your lips from chapping.



Wear Breathable Clothes. When your skin is dry, it is often raw and more sensitive than usual and there are kinds of fabrics that could bring more damage to it—nylon, spandex, and polyester to name a few. The key for dry skin is to wear natural, breathable fabrics such as cotton, linen and silk for protection and to promote healing. These fabrics allow air to flow through them easily, keeping you cool and helping prevent irritation too.



Avoid Using Harsh Products. Detergents, facial washes, bath soaps, shampoos, etc. As much as possible, use products that are friendly to your skin. Avoid those that contain benzoyl peroxide, alcohol, fragrances, sulfur, and alpha-hydroxy acid, which are ingredients that prevent the natural oil production of your skin. Instead, use mild, moisturising soaps such as baby soaps as they typically don’t contain too many harsh chemicals. Castile soap is a great option too.



Reduce Bath Time. Avoid taking long, hot showers—spending too much time on the shower can strip the oil off your skin, drying it out further. By limiting yourself to shorter showers saves more than your skin – You will be saving water too. This is just one of the many lifestyle changes you can make to give your dry skin the attention it needs.




Consult Your Doctor. As earlier said, dry skin can sometimes be an indication of an underlying condition. If you’re noticing severe redness, flaking, or irritation, it’s essential that you talk to your doctor to rule out any skin conditions such as dermatitis, eczema, and/or athlete’s foot. If symptoms persist, we strongly advise you to visit the nearest men & women’s health clinic.


A doctor can examine and help you when all the aforementioned tips fail to bring your skin comfort.


Worrying about your health? Have a complete health screening in Singapore by setting up an appointment with us today.


Common Illnesses & Home Remedies during CNY



Chinese New Year is a time for gatherings and festival feasting.


Unfortunately, gatherings and feasting are also risk factors for getting common ailments like the common cold, flatulence, indigestion, diarrhea, vomiting and gastric pains.


Many people in a confined space, the very definition of a gathering, make it easy for the cold bug to spread from one person to the next.


The sheer amount we consume during festival feastings, often much more than what we eat normally makes indigestion and flatulence common place. Dietary indiscretion may also trigger gastritis in people who are prone.




The above mentioned conditions would usually be treated after a trip to the Doctor’s office, but many are closed during Chinese New Year! There are a few 24 hour clinics that would be open but the charges would be significantly higher. So what can one do to avoid those ailments and if afflicted, what can one do for self-treatment?



Self Treatment at Home for Flu, Stomach Discomfort, and Standby Medications at Home



  1. Take Vitamin C for Flu

Firstly, ensuring adequate rest and consuming Vitamin C may improve one’s defense against the cold bug.



  1. Hot Tea or Panadol Flu for Stomach Discomfort


Secondly, eating sensibly and listening to your stomach, i. e stopping once you feel any discomfort may prevent flatulence, indigestion and gastritis.

Once inflicted, home remedies such as hot tea, over the counter Panadol Flu and Antacids can help.




  1. Standby Medications


Another feasible option is to get standby medications from your local General Practitioner before CNY.

Flu, cough, nausea, diarrhea, indigestion, flatulence and gastritis medications can safely be given and taken when needed. Don’t let illness tarnish your Chinese New Year, start your preparations 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


Vista Healthsprings Medical & Laser Clinic

  • 5 Sengkang Square, #02-01, Sengkang MRT Station Singapore 545062

  • 8616 6166

  • 6288 6696

  • Monday to Friday:  8.30am to 1pm

    Sat/ Sun/Public holiday:  Close


Healthsprings Medical & Laser Clinic

  • 105A Bidadari Park Drive

    #01-09 Singapore 341105

  • 6970 7933

  • Monday & Tuesday  8.30am to 4pm, 6pm to 9pm

    Wednesday & Thursday: 1.30pm to 4pm, 6pm to 9pm

    Friday: 8.30am to 4pm

    Saturday:  8.30am to 1pm

    Sun/Public holiday:  Close

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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