Welcome to the official website of Dr Terry Loong (often known as Dr Terry by her patients).

Dr Terry is a qualified doctor for more than 18 years, having graduated from King’s College London in 2002. She first trained as a surgeon before specialising in Aesthetic Medicine in 2007. She started out her career, inspired by her late mother who suffered from hormonal acne and acne scars which led to her first book “The Hormonal Acne Solution”.

When Dr Terry was 30 years old, she was diagnosed with early stage cervical cancer which led her down the path of nutrition, lifestyle medicine and hormonal balance. Her philosophy as an Integrative Aesthetic and Hormone Doctor is to help her patients look and feel their best, with each passing year, naturally and holistically.

FG, 49 years old, Director Film & Television

I have been treated by Dr Terry since 2010 she is an excellent Doctor who takes a real interest in her patients and any concerns that they have. Dr Terry is incredibly skilled at making you look as natural as possible , people know that you look good and an improved version of yourself – but they have no idea why. I like to see it as maintenance ! Over the years I have recommended Dr Terry to various friends of mine who like me have had excellent results. Dr Terry has the combination of being both technically skilled with what I call in the design world ” a good eye ” I cannot recommend her highly enough and I would not go anywhere else.

SC, 52 years old, Teacher

Dr Terry is an outstanding skin doctor. I have been a patient of hers for over 10 years and her perfectionism and accuracy of every treatment I’ve been given has been excellent, with each result being extremely natural and with hardly any downtime. This shows the first class skill and knowledge she has about all aesthetic and non aesthetic procedures.
I would not hesitate to recommend Dr Terry to anyone who wishes to look after their skin and maintain a youthful natural look regardless of their age.

I have also been following a recommended skin plan from Dr Terry and I can wholeheartedly say the products I’ve been using have made a remarkable difference to my skin.

I know we can get carried away on what to eat for clearer skin and balanced hormones but it’s also important to ensure we properly absorb much of the nutrients we are consuming

So how can you improve absorption?
🔹 chew your food slowly so you’re breaking down the food as much as possible before swallowing

🔹 ensure you have enough stomach acid (HCL) to break down the food even more. Important for digesting protein.

One way to check is doing the Baking Soda Test
~ Dilute a spoonful of baking soda in water.
~ drink the water and wait for about 5 minutes
~ if you have enough stomach acid, this would create gas and you will burp within a few minutes
~ if it takes a long time or no burp, you may have low stomach acid
~ you may need to add betaine HCL to supplement

🔹ensure you have enough digestive enzymes to complete digestion. If you feel bloated, burping or reflux often after eating, you may be low in digestive enzymes. You may need to add a digestive enzyme to supplement

🔹Limit the amount of water you drink during eating because it can dilute the digestive enzymes

If you’re eating healthy but still breaking out, try the tips above to ensure you’re absorbing the nutrients you’re consuming. Save this post for your future reminder 💪
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#hormonalacne #hormonalacnesolution #adultacne #adultacnetips #hormonalbalance
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What would you tell your younger self?

I started my business at 29 years old, and I have never looked back. But if I could go back and tell that spring chicken ONE thing, it would be:-

“Creating a career outside the traditional box isn’t for the faint of heart, but you have to trust you're on to something good and don’t let anyone discouraged you from your dreams.”

If I knew that, I’d have more courage, stopped doubting myself and created better boundaries so I didn’t give my energy away so freely

However, I’m thankful for my journey... it made me into the Integrative Aesthetic & Hormone Doctor I am today

How about you? What would you tell your younger self?
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Which comes first?

Do you need to heal your skin before you love it or do you need to love your skin before it heals?

I wonder about this as I see women struggling with skin concerns especially acne. I can see 2 women with almost identical circumstance but one heals and the other doesn’t.

We know there is a connection of the mind and the skin but I also believe there’s an energetic element to it. Your skin can feel your emotions and thoughts when you look at it or touch it.

Yes it’s important what products you use or the food you eat but how you talk to your skin is equally important. Skin cells are basically vibrational atoms which emits and absorb energy. If you speak to it lovingly, it is more likely to heal than if you speak negatively to it. It’s similar to speaking to flowers or plants and seeing it flourish when it knows it’s being cared for and not an inconvenience

What is your view on this?
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#adultacne #hormonalacnesolution #hormonalacne #adultacnesolutions #acnepositivity #healthyskin #skinenergy 📸 by @anniearmitage
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If you could choose one way to make yourself feel more confident - both internally and externally from your skin, what would you wish for?

While I’m no fairy godmother, I can grant you the wish of helping you look your best inside out

If that sounds magical to you, let’s talk 😊
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📸 by @anniearmitage #skinconfidence #healthyskin #aesthetictreatments #botoxinjections #dermalfiller #threadlifts #skincaretips #hormonalbalance
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