If you have been thinking about giving aesthetic procedures a try, beloved Little Nonya Jeanette Aw might be the one to give you that push.

She has just become the face of locally founded international aesthetic chain ClearSK, which was recently announced at a press conference.

Dr Shiau Ee Leng with the new face of ClearSK, Jeanette Aw

For those of you who feel strongly about invasive procedures, you will be happy to know that this is an injection-free treatment, that works by delivering DNA or cellular activators deep into the skin matrix to improve skin tone and texture.

The treatment aims to achieve healthy and youthful-looking skin, which is firmer and more hydrated with less pigmentation and wrinkles. If it lives up to its claims, this is truly a multitasking procedure that is a godsend for the busy individual.

Jeanette Aw, the new face of ClearSK

During the press conference, Jeanette shared how the treatment kept her looking fresh despite her hectic schedule. In fact, the actress has just wrapped up post-production for her directorial debut, for which she wrote the script, directed and also acted in.

Jeanette shared that since it was her directorial debut, she wanted to work on something that was close to her heart and ultimately decided on the touching personal story between herself and her godmother in the 25-minute short film.

She also told reporters that her Godmother, whom she was very close to and has since passed away, suffered from dementia and the film described the pair’s struggle with the disease in the period leading up to her demise.

The active ingredient responsible for the amazing result that is evident in Jeanette’s glowing complexion is Polydeoxyribonucleotide (PDRN).

PDRN is not your everyday beauty ingredient; it had actually been approved for wound healing in medical applications for the past decade. This active ingredient is delivered deep into the dermis, without the use of any needles, by using ClearSK’s micro-infusion technique, which means zero downtime. But an injection method is available too upon request, to deliver more evident and quicker results.

The procedure claims to accelerate the skin’s repair and renewal process naturally by strengthening the density and thickness of the dermis – and it only takes four weeks post-treatment to see and feel the results.


Jeanette and Sherri
Jeanette Aw with writer Sherri Lim

If you are squeamish and worried about safety issues, rest assured that this is a tried and tested procedure in beauty hubs like Korea, Japan and China and more importantly, it was given the seal of approval from the HSA (Singapore Health Science Authority) early this year.

The usual Ala Carte price of ClearSK DNA Deep Skin Booster is $400 and a package of six treatments is $1800. But for a limited time period, ClearSK is launching the treatment at an introductory price of $300.

ClearSK clinics are located in Scotts Medical Center, Novena Medical Center, Tampines Central, Westgate and Northpoint. For any enquiries, you can call them at 6100 6868.