Aesthetic Treatments You Should Consider When You Turn 40


It’s time to celebrate your 40th birthday! The number may seem daunting, but you should feel proud of making it this far. Now is the time to start thinking about what treatments can help keep you looking fresh and youthful for years to come. We all know that aging starts early these days, so it’s important not to put off any necessary treatments.

In this article, we will explore some aesthetic procedures that are safe and effective at combating signs of aging such as wrinkles, hyperpigmentation, fine lines, age spots, enlarged pores (among others). These procedures offered by cheap aesthetic clinics in Singapore include: BTX injections or fillers for wrinkles; chemical peels or laser resurfacing for hyperpigmentation; filler injections for deep lines like nasolabial folds; and laser or radio frequency surgery for enlarged pores.

BTX Treatments

BTX injections offered by cheap aesthetic clinics in SIngapore are the most established procedure to combat wrinkles. BTX treatments use a purified form of botulism toxin, which was approved by the FDA in 2002 as an effective treatment for facial wrinkles. A series of treatments spaced a few weeks apart can dramatically smooth out and reduce lines and wrinkles around your forehead, between your brows (glabella), crow’s feet area, and even around your chin, mouth area. This non-invasive procedure lasts up to 6 months, with results usually lasting well beyond this time frame if you keep up your skin care regimen properly between treatments.

Hyperpigmentation Treatments

Perhaps you’re looking for a different way to combat hyperpigmentation? In that case we’d recommend a chemical peel or laser resurfacing procedure for the face and neck area.

This non-invasive procedure can help improve dark spots on your face caused by sun damage and acne scars without leaving you with any downtime.

We use this technology in combination with microdermabrasion to help exfoliate your skin and improve a variety of skin tone issues, including superficial scarring, brown spots (age or sun induced), chicken pox marks (post viral) and melasma.


If you’re looking for an effective way to lift up deep lines such as nasolabial folds without undergoing surgery, filler injections are the right choice.

Fillers can be placed directly into the area around this fold to add volume under the skin. This will soften the appearance of these creases for a more youthful result that is subtle and natural-looking. These treatments last roughly 9 months on average, but may last longer depending on each patient’s specific case.

Injectable fillers can also be used successfully to improve the appearance of lips and add volume to the cheeks.

Fractional CO2 Laser

This laser treatment is another non-surgical option that helps reduce pore size by shrinking underlying sebaceous glands. This technology works by directing intense pulsed light at the skin’s surface, which disrupts skin pigmentation and stimulates collagen production beneath your skin without damaging surrounding tissue or causing any visible signs of downtime.

This treatment also works to improve the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles by stimulating your skin’s production of collagen.


This is another non-surgical procedure that can help lift up fine lines and wrinkles without causing any downtime. This technology uses focused ultrasound waves to heat your skin’s underlying tissue, which stimulates new collagen production for a more youthful appearance.

During this treatment we carefully place the probe in strategic locations across the face and neck area to target specific signs of aging. These include: nasolabial folds, crow’s feet (around the eyes), cheeks and forehead, upper lip line, marionette lines (from mouth corners), ears, lower cheeks/jowls and chin line . The areas are heated for about 20 minutes each depending on the size of each area being treated.

Because all these treatments are safe, effective alternatives to surgery, they have become widely popular alternatives to cosmetic surgery.

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