Wednesday, June 01, 2016

Suu Balm Singapore’s Proven First Rapid Itch Relieving Moisturising Cream

Suu Balm an itch relieving moisturizing cream - I have tried quite a number of different creams, balms or medication creams for eczema... some worked some doesn't. And the most important point was that they have to be soothing and very hydrating without feeling too sticky (sticky balm will cause the skin to itch more after applying for like 5 mins or so... personal experience la, not all will feel the same way)!




Sensitive skin conditions plague countless women, men and children (including ME) all around the world with their hallmark symptoms – dryness and itch. Yet, for all the good that rich moisturisers do to repair the skin barrier, few, if any, are made to tackle itch quickly – a sensation that invites scratching, leading to further skin damage.

Topical itch relief ointments do not offer hydration benefits, and may cause irritation or allergic reactions. Plus, steroid creams made to treat certain skin conditions are not meant for long-term use and may cause side effects.

Suu Balm is free of parabens, SLS/SLES, heavy metals and phthalates, ingredients that are potentially toxic and allergenic.


Suu Balm, Singapore’s very first itch relieving moisturising cream. Formulated by the National Skin Centre’s Consultant Dermatologist Dr Tey Hong Liang, and marketed by Good Pharma Dermatology, Suu Balm’s magic lies in the elegant combination of menthol which can reduce itch intensity by up to 80 per cent1 and ceramides that effectively reduce water loss through the skin2. In fact, Suu BalmTM contains one of the highest levels of ceramides to be found in mass market moisturisers.

With abundant training and research experience in Singapore, the US and UK, Dr Tey developed Suu BalmTM to encourage his patients to moisturise more frequently. Indeed, with the addition of menthol to a high-quality moisturising cream provided instant relief for itch or irritation – the perfect motivation for people to slather on their skin cream.

Refreshing and lightweight (great for repeated use across the day), Suu BalmTM is a must-have in every household for not just sensitive skin flare-ups, but a variety of common needs:

  • Sooth and repair skin, especially for sufferers of eczema and psoriasis
  • Prevent dry skin during travels or in the office
  • Reduce heat and redness after sports
  • Reduce itch from insect bites
  • Prevent or reduce age-related dry sensitive skin



A Stellar Arsenal of Active Ingredients





Suu Balm came at the right timing since I'm dealing with another episode of eczema, drug allergy and all kind of skin issues(I'm already about 90% recovering... when I received this product.. but I'm still dealing with itchy skin... have to stop scratching to get back my pretty and smooth skin right? lolx)

Anyway... Suu Balm was quite good!
Very moisturizing, soothing, refreshing and cooling on the skin. Really helps to soothe mild itchy skin. (If you have super itchy skin with rashes and Suu Balm doesn't help much - Pay doctor a visit!! I say go TCM because acupuncture is really good for eczema skin issue.)

The cream was quite light, easy to spread and doesn't feel oily not sticky.. I like!!!





Profile of Dr Tey Hong Liang 
Consultant Dermatologist at the National Skin Centre, Singapore

Dr Tey Hong Liang is a dermatologist at the National Skin Centre in Singapore. His sub-specialty area of interest is itch, and is the founder of the Itch Clinic at the NSC, which acts as a tertiary referral point for patients with intractable itch of all aetiologies. 


Dr Tey is an experienced researcher with 94 international peer reviewed publications, and has been involved in several research programmes in neurodermatology, dermatological imaging and medical and geriatric dermatology over the course of his medical career. 

In addition to his clinical work at the NSC, Dr Tey is a Clinical Senior Lecturer at the Yong Loo Ling School of Medicine at National University of Singapore, Clinician Scientist Mentor at the Ministry of Health, faculty member for the National Healthcare Group Internal Medicine Residency Program and faculty member for Graduate Diploma in Family Practice Dermatology at NUS. 

He was also the recipient of several awards including Singapore Clinician Award (Bronze) at the Singapore Health and Biomedical Congress 2014, Best Project at the National Healthcare Group Quality Convention 2012 and Service Champion, Silver Award by the National Skin Centre in 2012 among many others.


Suu Balm Singapore’s Proven First Rapid Itch Relieving Moisturising Cream
Price : S$19.90 (75ml)


Suu Balm is now available at: selected Watsons stores and OG



Suu Balm is also recommended by doctors at the National Skin Centre, National University Hospital, Changi General Hospital, Khoo Teck Puat Hospital, Tan Tock Seng Hospital, and various private dermatologist and family clinics.

Suu Balm will be available internationally later this year in the following regions: the European Union, Philippines and Vietnam.


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