Best Aesthetic Clinic Singapore: Reviews and Prices 2023

Ever wondered how much does it cost to do an aesthetic procedure in Singapore?

Aesthetic procedure prices in Malaysia

Although the numbers and statistics are everywhere on the internet, we have compiled and organised the information on some of the popular aesthetic procedures accordingly (by procedure) in one place. The reviews with pricing information below is based on the published prices from popular blogs and pricing information available online.

Here is a quick guide:

Botox Singapore Price

The cost of your Botox procedure will vary depending on the following factors:

#1. The number of 'areas'.

Botox Singapore Price (By Area):

Forehead lines (horizontal lines), 8 – 25 units: $200 – $750

Glabellar lines (frown lines), 8 – 20 units: $150 – $600

Crow’s feet lines (lines beside eyes), 8 – 20 units: $150 – $600

Bunny lines (nose wrinkles), 4 – 10 units: $100 – $500

Gummy smile, 4 – 8 units: $150 – $500

Downturned lips (sad looking lips), 4 – 8 units: $150 – $400

Chin dimpling, 4 – 8 units: $100 – $400

Jaw botox (for face slimming), 40 – 80 units: $350 – $1800


#2. The actual Botox brands.

There are currently only 3 HSA-approved brands in Singapore: Botox, Dysport and Xeomin. All 3 brands are similar in what they do, and how long they last.

Some clinics in Singapore use newer, non-HSA approved brands (commonly from China or Korea). These brands are much cheaper but do not have any long term safety or reliability studies.

#3. Number of units used.

Botox Singapore Price

The actual number of units to be used will need to be based on a personalized assessment by your doctor. If you are looking for a recommended Botox doctor in Singapore, a good starting point would be to get referrals from your trusted friends who go for Botox regularly and qualified doctors.

Hair Transplant Singapore Cost Overview

The average price of hair transplant in Singapore will vary from SGD 5,000 to 10,000 depending on the following factors:
  • Consultation and hair assessment: $50 – $100
  • Hair transplant surgery: depends on price per graft (average $5/graft) and the total number of grafts (average 2000 grafts for scalp)
  • Recovery medications: $40 – $200 depending on types of medications, painkillers needed
  • Medical review (after transplant surgery): $50 – $80/ session
Do note that some might require a second hair transplant for better results if there is a large area of baldness.

Q Switch Laser Singapore Price

The cost of a usual Q-switched laser treatment done in a clinic averages between $250 – $300. No-frills laser treatments might seem cheaper (as low as $30/treatment) due to a lower cost per treatment, but is in fact more expensive in total. The shorter duration (1-2mins/treatment) and increased number of treatments (30-50 treatments) required for a no-frills laser treatment will amount to higher cost for a similar result.Source:

Q-Switched (Nd-YAG) Laser: $250 - 400/sessionSource:

Fractional CO2 Laser Treatment
fractional co2 laser
Acne scars cannot be treated only with medicines. The acne scars laser treatment involves the technique of laser resurfacing. Laser resurfacing procedure not only treats acne scars but also gives you a glowing and younger looking skin. In general, CO2 lasers are the gold standard when it comes to treating scars, wrinkles and photo-rejuvenation. It’s also not uncommon for most people to try completely ineffective methods, from DIY home treatments to beauty spa facials and underpowered lasers.

These are some questions you should ask your doctor before you commit to a acne scar removal package:

1. How much would a session of fractional laser cost at your clinic, and how much is the consultation fee?

2. How many sessions are required on average at your clinic for acne scars?

3. Years of experience with the fractional laser?

Fractional CO2 Laser Reviews in Singapore

As mentioned above, there are not many unbiased, evidence-based information on the internet. However, we have curated a few below that I think may be worthy of your reading time.

5 Singapore bloggers share their Fractional CO2 Laser reviews and experiences

What better way to learn about Fractional CO2 Lasers than to have a compressed list of Singapore reviews and personal opinions of those who have undergone this highly sought after procedure? And this is what we, at PlastyTalk, have done for our dearest Plastytalkers.

Acne Scar Treatment: CO2 Fractional Laser Skin Resurfacing at Tiffiny Yang Aesthetics & Surgery

Due to my genetics misfortune, I’ve had the worst acne breakouts since my teenage years, which has spread into my adult life with quite widespread scarring on my face. Some bloggers can post photos of their beautiful face to get more readers, while others like myself have to post beautiful food photos instead. Well, at least I get to eat a lot while I’m at it.
Read more:

Acne Scar Treatment: CO2 Laser + TCA Results after 5 Sessions

Do note that again, it takes time for results and there is a resting period of 1 month between each session. So 5 sessions of CO2 laser treatment will take you 5 months at least to finish the procedure and see revealing results. Before we go into the actual results, I want to show the downtime and redness that occurs after each treatment so you have a fair idea of what to expect after a treatment and whether you want to show your face to the world.
Read more:

Acne Scar Treatment in Singapore

Acne scar treatment in Singapore as told by a doctor with no affiliations. On this occasion, I also had the pleasure of picking the brains of my dermatologist colleague, Dr Yew.Why am I writing this post? Primarily because I’m that clich├ęd long-time acne sufferer myself, with a vested interest in this kind of stuff.
Read more:

Fractional CO2 Laser Singapore Cost
Singapore independent medical portal DoctorXDentist has compiled a list of fractional CO2 laser pricing information based on the email replies that they have sent out to the aesthetic clinics in Singapore.
Here is the summary list.

The Clifford Clinic, Dr Chow Yuen Ho:

The consultation fee is $50 and the cost for the first session of fractional CO2 laser is about $200 before GST. Subsequent sessions are in the $500 range depending on the package signed.

The Chelsea Clinic, Dr Ewen Chee:

1 Session: $600, 4 Sessions: $2300. Consultation fees is at $60 but will be waived off if you are signing up for treatments at the clinic.

Vanessa Phua Aesthetic Clinic, Dr Vanessa Phua:

The price starts from $950 for a full face. Generally, a few sessions are required to achieve an optimal result. Good skin care will also help in maintenance after laser. My consultation starts from $100.

Best 10 Aesthetic Clinics in Singapore

Here is our top 10 best aesthetic clinics list.

#1 The Clifford Clinic

Address: 24 Raffles Place, #01-03 Clifford Centre, Singapore 048621

Note: You can check information about a particular site here: The higher the number (Alexa Traffic ranks), the lower is the ranking and the lower is the traffic. For example, ranks the highest with an Alexa traffic rank of #1 and has the highest global traffic. A new site will normally have a low Alexa ranking i.e. the Alexa ranking will be in millions as compared to popular sites. (Alexa ranking below 3,000,000)
Average Monthly Google keyword searches: 1000 - 10000/month

Related reviews:
5 Singapore bloggers share their Fractional CO2 Laser reviews and experiences
Fractional Laser Costs in Singapore

#2 Cutis Medical Laser Clinics

Address: 9 Scotts Road Pacific Plaza Scotts Medical Center #08-07, Singapore 228210 (Alexa ranking below 1,000,000)
Average Monthly Google keyword searches: 100 - 1000/month

#3 Tiffiny Yang Aesthetics and Surgery

Address: 1 Grange Road, Orchard Building #12-02A, Singapore 239693 (Alexa ranking below 2,000,000)
Average Monthly Google keyword searches: 100 - 1000/month

#4 Prive Clinic

Located in: Palais Renaissance Mall
Address: 390 Orchard Road, #03-03 Palais Renaissance, Singapore 238871 (Alexa ranking below 4,000,000)
Average Monthly Google keyword searches: 100 - 1000/month

#5 ASTIQUE Clinic

Address: 350 Orchard Road, #08-00, Shaw House, 238868 Singapore. (Alexa ranking below 5,000,000)
Average Monthly Google keyword searches: 100 - 1000/month

#6 David Loh Surgery

Address: 21 Orchard Blvd, Singapore 248645 (Alexa ranking below 5,000,000)
Average Monthly Google keyword searches: 100 - 1000/month

#7 Dr Tyng Tan Aesthetics and Hair Clinic
Address: 391B Orchard Road, Tower B, Singapore 238874 (Alexa ranking below 3,000,000)
Average Monthly Google keyword searches: 10 - 100/month

#8 Lux Medical Aesthetic Clinic
Address: 2 Handy Road, #02-09 The Cathay, Singapore 229233 (Alexa ranking below 4,000,000)
Average Monthly Google keyword searches: 10 - 100/month

#9 South Bridge Aesthetics Clinic
Address: 277 South Bridge Rd, Singapore 058826. (Alexa ranking below 6,000,000)
Average Monthly Google keyword searches: 10 - 100/month

#10 Singapore Aesthetic Centre (SAC)

Address: 10 Sinaran Drive #10-13, Novena Medical Center, Singapore 307506 (Alexa ranking below 9,000,000)
Average Monthly Google keyword searches: 10 - 100/month

If there are any useful information or useful links that we’ve missed, then please let us know in the comments and we’ll try to add them to the post!


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