Helping my patients look and feel more confident about themselves is a passion of mine. By treating and empowering you with the knowledge to make informed choices about your skin and health, I believe that you will be set to take control of your conditions.
Beauty trends come and go but naturally luminous, dewy and pigmentation-free skin will always be coveted. To achieve flawless looking skin and complexion, dark spots; acne scars, large pores and other skin perfections can be treated to help you achieve healthier skin and your best face forward. One day or day one; you decide.
Hormone imbalances are common causes of a myriad of symptoms including poor energy levels, concentration and temper. These hormone imbalances can accelerate the effects of aging and are a part of aging. By treating these hormone imbalances, you address the root cause of aging for a healthier, more energetic and vibrant you. My approach is to treat the root causes of your hormone imbalance and maintaining a balanced and integrated approach by combining advanced hormonal replacement therapyand lifestyle management. This empowers you to take control of your health and life to age gracefully.
Dr Rachel Ho is an aesthetic doctor specialising in good skin and minimally invasive aesthetic treatments for beauty and aging. She’s the beauty insider to ELLE and Buro 24/7 and has been featured in Huffington Post and other publications. Dr Rachel Ho is passionate about bridging the knowledge gap between doctors and patients and helping patients understand and making a difference to her patients.
Through her work and media features, Dr Rachel Ho offers patients the chance to correct their issues with their skin and aging and the psychological benefits of looking and feeling better, younger and more refreshed. With the deluge of biased information and social pressures in the world of aesthetics, it can be hard to trust what you read and hear. Dr Rachel Ho is a voice of reason that navigates the confusing topics of skincare and aesthetic procedures in an unbiased and objective manner and makes doctor’s advice more accessible.
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