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Public Forum 2018

Because Healthy Skin Matters!

Curious about skin disease?

Overwhelmed by the range and types of skin-care products available?

Wondering what you can do to look after your skin?

 

DSS invites you to participate in a public forum – Because Healthy Skin Matters!

We will be covering a wide range of topics focusing on empowering you on skin health – from early detection to early treatment and disease management.

 

Event details

  • Venue: Carlton Hotel

  • Date: 21 July 2018

  • Time: 12.00pm – 5.00pm

  • Fee: $5.00 per session ($10.00 for both sessions)

 

Program

Session 1: Secrets to Maintaining Healthy and Beautiful Skin

Session 2: Managing Common Skin Diseases

12.00 – 12.45pm   Refreshments

12.45 – 2.10pm     Talks

      • Shedding light on sun protection and skin cancer
      • Essentials of skin care for the young to the old – doing it right!
      • Pigmentation and antiaging treatments – choosing the best treatment
      • Causes of hair loss and how to deal with it

2.10 – 2.30pm       Q&A

2.15 – 3.00pm   Refreshments

3.00 – 4.25pm   Talks

      • Dealing with eczema – tips from the expert
      • Acne vulgaris – effective treatment for the zits
      • Hives – all you need to know
      • Managing Psoriasis – what’s new?

4.25 – 4.45pm   Q & A

  

Exhibition

Alongside the educational talks, our industry partners will be setting up booths and running activities in which participants can expand on their skin health knowledge in a fun and meaningful manner.

 

How to Register

Please click here to be directed to the registration page.

 

Contact information

We welcome queries regarding this event. Please contact us via the following methods:

  1. Email: publicforum@eventsthreesixty.com.sg
  2. Call: 66357911 (weekdays 10am – 5pm)

 

About World Skin Health Day

World Skin Health Day is a joint project of the International League of Dermatological Societies and the International Society of Dermatology. The goal is to recognise and promote skin health around the world. Since 2013, World Skin Health Day activities have been taking place across the world to raise awareness of and treat a diverse range of skin conditions.

There is no specific date for World Skin Health Day. It is celebrated on whichever day of the year is most suitable.