The Top Dermatologists In Hong Kong For Your Skincare Needs

The Top Dermatologists In Hong Kong For Your Skincare Needs

With heat, humidity and the unfortunate pollution that comes with living in a bustling city like Hong Kong, people’s skin has been known to suffer. But with a whole host of dermatologists and skin consultants available to you, that doesn’t need to stay the case. These are our first ports of call when we find ourselves in need of a skin saviour. Check out our curated roundup of the top three dermatologists in Hong Kong. 

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Hong Kong Dermatology & Laser Centre

Delivering professional dermatological services, this practice offers a variety of cosmetic and clinical skin treatments, as well as therapies for skin allergies, allergy detection and skin patch testing services. Ask for Dr Henry Chan, one of its top practitioners.

11/F, Silver Fortune Plaza, 1 Wellington Street, Central | hkdermlaser.com | 2109 9999 | contact@hhlchan.com

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Skin Central

Skin Central offers services in dermatology, aesthetics and lasers, to deal with a variety of medical and elective skin issues. Having trained in the UK and Hong Kong, Dr Tinny Ho now practices at Skin Central, where she offers treatments for a number of skin-related issues, including acne and eczema to excessive perspiration and sun-damaged skin.

Unit 1220, 12/F, Central Building, 1 Pedder Street, Central | skincentral.com | 2901 1281 | contact@skincentral.com

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Dr Winnie Mui

Dr Winnie Mui is a general practitioner with a special interest in aesthetics. She offers a range of treatments from her clinic, including Botox, contouring treatments, laser services and a series of rejuvenating practices ranging from mesotherapy to threading.

23/F Siki Centre, 23 Jardine’s Bazaar, Causeway Bay | drwinniemui.com | 2104 1933

Amanda Sheppard

The former Art & Culture editor at Time Out Hong Kong magazine, Amanda is a freelance lifestyle writer based in Asia's world city. Amanda grew up in Asia, loves hiking, stand up paddle boarding, and a day well spent outdoors. Her last holiday sunrise trekking along Indonesian volcanic landscapes gave her a taste of the healthy holiday bug, and she’s been on the lookout for her next great adventure ever since.

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