DRx Clinic Singapore will resume selective face treatments on 2 June
Business as usual
There's plenty to look forward to as we tentatively emerge from our lodgings this June. Highly-anticipated makeup releases aside, there's also the gradual re-opening of retail stores, F&B outlets, as well as sports facilities. You might call it phase 2 of the circuit breaker; we, on the other hand, have dubbed it the reawakening of our social lives (jk). Naturally, there's no forgetting the return of long-awaited beauty services in the vein of facials, lash extensions, and more.
While there's no set date as to when such services will resume, it's safe to say it'll be sometime mid-June. Unless you're DRx Clinic, of course. Beginning 2 June, the medical aesthetical clinic will resume some of the treatments with a stringent Protective and Preventive Plan in place. Based on MOH guidelines, these treatments will include:
- Treatment of moderate to severe acne
- Treatment of worsening hyperpigmentation
- Treatment of inflammatory skin conditions such as eczema and rosacea
Maximum safety measures have been implemented to ensure the wellbeing of all customers. This translates to temperature screenings, safe distancing measures, spaced-out appointments, and more frequent hand sanitisation. Rooms will also be thoroughly cleansed after every appointment, and masks donned at all times by the doctors and staff.
Yes, this means you can seek professional help if your breakouts (see: mask-related acne) prove too much to handle. Failing that, DRx Clinic has also set up a complimentary teleconsultation service for patients with any manageable skin or beauty queries. This video call system is ideal should you require remote medical attention without physical contact.
Make an appointment via phone (6733 1555) or WhatsApp (9084 0164).