Many facing thumbprint woes

Jan 15, 18 Many facing thumbprint woes

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Taken from   KUALA LUMPUR: The thumbprint verification system for a host of public facilities is posing problems to an increasing number of Malaysians. These people find themselves being denied access to basic facilities because they are...

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The Star – Laser those black spots away (Sep 2013)

In a typical Asian country, being fair and spotless is one of the key attributes of beauty. Today, there are many ways beyond usage of creams and lotions to make one fairer and spotless; spots pertaining to ‘pigment spots’. Laser has become increasingly popular as the ideal method for skin lightening and treatment of pigment spots.

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Caring for underarms (NST 12 June 2013)

Often neglected, the underarms are nevertheless susceptible to injury and damage, writes Mi Mi Teh THE axilla, more unglamorously and commonly known as the armpit or underarm, is the area on the human body under the joint where the arm connects to the shoulder. Colloquially, armpit refers to an object or place which is often...

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Laser Me Beautiful~ Is laser the only answer to pigmentations?

The Star, Star 2 supplement, Wed 1 August 2012, Page 14

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Mucous Membrane Pemphigoid

Mucous membrane pemphigoid is a rare idiopathic and progressing autoimmune blistering disorder that may produce severe sequelae if not detected accurately to enable prompt and adequate treatment.

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Melasma is common, especially with pigmented skin. It is treatable and lasers may not be the first line treatment. Prevention is important to avoid further aggravation of the lesion.

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