Quick fix to rejuvenate the skin
DOES the term “teatime beauty” interest you? With today’s busy lifestyles, everything has to be faster and more effective. This applies in the world of beauty, too.
Aesthetician Dr Porsch Ng uses the term teatime beauty to describe her range of therapies, as the duration required lies within 20 to 25 minutes.
Dr Ng has been researching non-surgical aesthetic techniques and practising a combination of Western and Eastern therapies.
She specialises in therapies that are noninvasive, non-surgical and does not require downtime.
Having practised aesthetic beauty techniques since 1998, she has created techniques that beautify a person using noninvasive methods.
Dr Ng is certified by the Ministry of Science and Standard Malaysia, and internationally by the International & Personnel Certification (IPEC) bureau as an advance aesthetic physician.
She holds a Doctor of Philosophy in Dermatology from the Golden State University, the United States.
“My practice and research lie in noninvasive techniques that rejuvenate the skin,” she says. “What I do gives immediate results.”
When a client sees Dr Ng, she takes 15 minutes just to study her expression.
“A person may look in the mirror and thinks she sees what she sees. But when she turns, smiles, laughs, frowns, there are other things too.”
Dr Ng uses a combination of fillers such as collagen, epidermal growth factor (EGF) and fibre growth factor (FGF).
Over the years, she has honed her skills in Japan, South Korea, Singapore and Bangkok through conferences, symposiums and training sessions. It takes a pair of dexterous hands and years of experience to make a face look pretty.
The prick of a needle will not suddenly give someone beautiful cheekbones.
“An aesthetic physician must be strong in her skills. He or she must have a sense of art, creativity and the ability to illustrate,” says Dr Ng.
“Different types of needle insertion angle, depth, layers or tissue will give you different results.
“If a needle is inserted wrongly, someone’s face risks going the wrong way.”
Faces come in different angles – whether a perpendicular angle, oblique angle or horizontal angle – Dr Ng’s expertise is able to address all types.
“I have had many successful cases,” she says, as she flips through her iPad full of before and after pictures of ladies, predominantly with sharper and tighter looking faces.
A positive point in Dr Ng’s therapies are that her patients need not go under local anaesthetic.
In recent years, Korean hospitals have invited Dr Ng over for her to learn their techniques.
“What is currently popular in Korea is the V-lift therapy. The therapy essentially sees the enhancement of the V-shape in the jaw line.”
Now, everyone can turn back the clock and look younger. These non-invasive therapies are suitable for all ages and faces.
For more information, call Derma Sculpture at 03-6257 8409 (Tropicana City Mall) and 03-6205 9409 (Hartamas Shopping Centre).
Dr Porsch Ng has been researching non-surgical aesthetic techniques and practising on a combination of western and eastern therapies.