The Latest Dermatology Craze

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We all love accessorising, but the constant weight of heavy earrings can cause our earlobes to stretch. Much like hands, the ears can reveal signs of age due to elongated holes, discoloured spots, and sagging. From lasers, to retinol, to peels, the earlobes can handle anything the rest of your skin can.

But what do you do when all these treatments aren’t enough? Find out more under the cut.

With age, our earlobes lose volume. All of a sudden, your earrings might seem to stop fitting as well as they used to. Thinning earlobes are also more vulnerable to external damage, tearing easily under stress.

Seriously stretched-out lobes are beyond the capabilities of your anti-aging cream. Fortunately, there’s a quick and easy solution available on the market, and all it takes is 30 minutes of your time.

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Noticeable, isn’t it? It’s amazing what a few drops of hyaluronic acid (HA) can do for your skin. The Sloane Clinic’s filler services are at the forefront of the industry. The newly-introduced HA prevent delicate lobes from tearing, and provides extra cushioning for jewelry. You’ll once again have the stamina to wear your favourite chandeliers all night long.

During the procedure, you won’t even know it’s happening. The needles used are extremely fine, injecting minute amounts of hyaluronic acid to plump up your earlobes. Results are near to immediate, and that’s not an exaggeration at all. Your earlobes will become firmer and thicker instantly – happier.

Needless to say, happiness comes at a price. The treatment costs SGD$900 (USD$660), but the results last anywhere from 8-12 months. Again, the procedure can be done in-office within 30 minutes, and there’s very little downtime afterwards.

So, if you have the moolah to spare, fillers are the way to go if you want to restore volume to your earlobes.

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