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SKIN DISORDER PROGRAMME

SIN KANG TCM

One’s external appearance mirrors his or her internal health. Regardless of acne, eyebags, eczema, rashes, allergies, hair loss, etc., our physicians offer an accurate diagnosis of its root causes and assume a holistic approach to help restore imbalances, promote healthy blood circulation, and/or release toxins in the patients’ body to recover from those symptoms.

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FAQ

TCM Skin Programme FAQ

  • What triggers eczema, according to TCM?

    According to Chinese medicine, any skin issue is an indicator of a yin-yang imbalance in the body. The yin and yang philosophy aims to achieve a harmonic balance between these two polar opposites within the body.

  • Does TCM help eczema?

    Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is suitable for patients who are looking for a natural cure to eczema. It’s also suitable for people with eczema who have severe food allergies or asthma. We hope to be able to treat patients before they resort to steroid medication.

  • What causes Eczema?

    Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) says that the main causes of eczema are Wind-Dampness-Heat. People with an irritable body constitution who have poor eating habits, particularly those who overeat spicy, pungent, oily meals, are more likely to have their Spleen and Stomach weakened.

  • Is TCM Safe?

    Yes, there is a growing body of reliable evidence demonstrating that acupuncture and TCM are safe and helpful for the treatment of a variety of ailments. Many people believe TCM is fully safe and has no negative effects because of its comprehensive approach to therapy and prevention. However, while this is natural, it is not always the case. It may cause more harm than good if not utilized properly or performed by a registered TCM clinic in Singapore.

    Do alert your physician if you may be pregnant as there are some treatments deemed unsuitable for pregnant patients.

  • What TCM organ is related to eczema?
    Eczema is a skin condition associated with the functioning of the lungs, stomach, the heart and the blood.
  • Is TCM good for acne?
    Acne can be treated with acupuncture in both adults and children. It is especially beneficial for people who have tried traditional acne treatments such as anti-acne cleansers, spot creams, and prescription medication, since TCM improves their efficacy.
    Acne can be caused by a number of internal imbalances, according to TCM. Each sort of imbalance has its own set of symptoms and indicators, such as pimple form and appearance, body locations where pimples appear, and so on.
  • What causes dry skin TCM?

    Endogenous dryness is caused by a lack of bodily fluid and is linked to yin deficit. Because bodily fluid and blood may turn into each other, a lack of blood promotes dryness as well.

    To treat dryness, herbs have long been utilized in Chinese beverages and soups. Maidong (dwarf lilyturf), mulberry leaves, and lily seeds are the simplest to come by, according to Wang. He highly suggests qingzao jiufei tang, a TCM recipe that literally translates as “soup that counteract dryness and moistens the lungs.”

  • Can acupuncture help with acne scars?

    A small needle punctures the skin during an acupuncture treatment. With an enhanced wound healing response, the body reacts swiftly. This might help with scarring, such as acne scars.

  • What does acne on the forehead mean, according to TCM?

    The Heart, Small Intestine, and Liver systems are mostly represented on the forehead. The heart and the small intestine have a paired connection in TCM, and hence are intimately linked. Internal heat created by the heart and liver system causes acne on the forehead.

  • Toggle Can cupping help with acne?

    Regular face cupping and facial acupuncture treatments can assist a lot with a number of skin disorders (including acne symptoms) because they increase blood flow to the region, which promotes healing.

  • Can acupuncture remove dark spots?

    Acne, dark spots, and redness can all be reduced with acupuncture. There are no scars, no downtime, and no negative side effects (other than a more tranquil state of being).

  • What organ is connected to the lips?

    The Spleen.

    The Spleen’s function: food digestion and nutrient absorption, blood and energy creation, and blood vessel maintenance; related to the muscles, mouth, and lips; also involved in thinking, learning, and remembering.

  • Does face cupping work?

    Is it true that face cupping is effective?

    Face cupping, in a nutshell, is effective! Many people who use it report that their skin’s texture, clarity, puffiness, and elasticity have improved. It’s also a fantastic method to unwind and unwind. Face cupping works by increasing circulation in the skin and muscles of the face by sucking them together.

  • Does acupuncture get rid of scars?

    Acupuncture may do more than only relieve stress in the body; it turns out that this needling therapy can also improve skin circulation and regenerate tissue and collagen, reducing the appearance of acne scars on the face and body.

  • Is acupuncture good for your face?

    A variety of benefits of facial acupuncture include a reduction in acne and fine wrinkles, as well as an increase in general skin texture. Facial acupuncture might be the answer if you’re seeking for a potent anti-aging therapy with little side effects.

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