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Emsculpt Malaysia: Reviews and Prices 2019 / 2020

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If you are looking for Emsculpt reviews or price in Malaysia, you are in the right place. Emsculpt creates more defined abs and tones your butt, biceps, triceps, thighs, and calves—all without surgery, injections, or invasive techniques. Using high-intensity electromagnetic energy, Emsculpt causes your muscles to contract up to 20,000 times a minute, building muscle tissue and reducing fat. It can also help treat mild diastasis recti, a condition where your abdominal muscles separate (usually during pregnancy) and leave you with a pooch.


Emsculpt is just as popular among those who are more focused on gaining definition than losing fat. According to its manufacturer, studies show an average 16% increase in muscle mass and 19% decrease in waistline after four treatment sessions.

It received an 87% satisfaction rate (says it's worth it) and an average total cost of USD 3,200 in United States (Realself).

Here, we have listed and compiled all significant reviews and pricing information…

Botox Malaysia: Cost, Reviews and Best Clinics 2020

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If you are looking to find the best aesthetic clinic for your botox procedure in Malaysia, you may wish to check out related reviews and prices from customers who 'have been there, done that'. Most customers will rely on 'word of mouth' referrals and Google Search to decide. However, if you are confused and overwhelmed with the information out there, please read on. We have compiled the relevant information out there in one place, for your convenience.

'Botox' is a brand name for 'Botulinum Toxin'. In Malaysia, Botox is a common prescription medicine that is injected into muscles and used to temporarily improve the look of both moderate to severe crow’s feet lines and frown lines between the eyebrows in adults.

It is getting common for beauty salons and spas to offer injectable treatments such as Botox to customers who frequent their premises. However, please take note that Botox is an injectable treatment. Only trained and qualified medical professio…

Stem Cell Hair Treatment Malaysia 2019 / 2020

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In recent months, stem cell therapy has gained popularity as a promising treatment option for hair loss in Malaysia. However, there is also a lot of confusion due to the overwhelming mixing of credible scientific information and marketing hypes available on the internet.

We have compiled and summarised essential information below in layman's terms so that you can understand and make a better informed decision.



Stem Cells for Hair Loss in Malaysia

Stem cells are found in all tissues, including the scalp. Stem cells are able to regenerate hair follicles that have been damaged due to ageing, stress, environmental factors, drugs and hormonal changes. They promote hair growth, improve thickness of hair strands and reverse hair loss.

Stem Cell Therapy, using Regenera Activa is a no-downtime, advanced hair growth treatment that uses regenerative cells extracted from your scalp to stimulate the other areas that are losing hair.

Regenera Activa is a medical device which can extract stem c…

Best 10 Laser Hair Removal in KL and Selangor, Malaysia 2020: Price, Reviews and Clinics

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If you are looking for the best permanent laser hair removal clinics in Malaysia, we've got the reviews and cost covered in this post.

For a layman, you might get confused over the wide range of prices and methods available in beauty salons and aesthetic clinics. Since there are many popular methods of hair removal in Malaysia, we will cover the pros and cons so that you will understand the differences between the various methods of hair removal.

Types and Methods of Hair Removal

1. Laser Hair Removal

Pros: 
The advantage of laser hair removal is that it is a speedier process compared to electrolysis. Small areas such as above the upper lip could take a minute or so while larger areas such as the underarms could take 10 minutes.results are betterless sessions required.Cons: 
Laser hair removal is more expensive than IPL.
2. IPL (Intense Pulsed Light)

IPL (Intense Pulsed Light) is not a laser. IPL machines produce a broad spectrum of light wavelengths.

Pros:
Cheaper than laser method.Widel…