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The facts

Skin issues are more common
than you think

In fact, 80% of people with acne don’t know they have it.

Up to 80%

of Australian adults
Have acne [1]

1 in 8

Australian adults
Live with acne [2]

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Ask an expert, Dr. Vi Sharma

MBBS, FACCSM, ABHRS, FISHRS

What are the side effects?
While adverse side effects are rare, a small number of people have reported increased hair growth to other parts of the body or mild cases of ejaculation disorder and/or erectile dysfunction (around 2% of patients).

While adverse side effects are rare, a small number of people have reported increased hair growth to other parts of the body or mild cases of ejaculation disorder and/or erectile dysfunction (around 2% of patients). 

While adverse side effects are rare, a small number of people have reported increased hair growth to other parts of the body or mild cases of ejaculation disorder and/or erectile dysfunction (around 2% of patients). 

Acne is caused by a combination of factors, including the overproduction of oil in the skin, clogged pores, and the presence of certain bacteria. Hormonal changes, such as those that occur during puberty or pregnancy, can also contribute to the development of acne. Certain medications, such as corticosteroids or lithium, can also cause acne as a side effect.

Acne can be classified into several different types, including comedonal acne, inflammatory acne, and cystic acne. Comedonal acne is characterized by the presence of blackheads and whiteheads. Inflammatory acne is characterized by the presence of red, swollen lesions, often referred to as pimples or zits. Cystic acne is characterized by deep, painful, fluid-filled lesions that can cause scarring if left untreated.

The cost to treat acne in Melbourne can range from $75 to $200 per session. Remember that there are some factors that influence the expense. For instance, creams are less expensive than getting treated by a doctor. Whichever treatment you opt for, it’s necessary that you get professional advice. It’s also important to remember that the cost of treatment is an investment in your overall skin health and appearance. While some treatments may have a higher upfront cost, they can provide long-term benefits and improve your self-confidence.

To prevent acne from occurring, it’s important to maintain a regular skincare routine. This should include cleansing the skin twice a day with a gentle, non-comedogenic cleanser, and applying a moisturizer that is formulated for acne-prone skin. Avoiding touching your face and using harsh scrubs or exfoliants can also help to prevent acne.

There are several treatment options available for acne, including topical medications, oral medications, light therapy, and chemical peels. These treatments can help to reduce inflammation, prevent the formation of new acne lesions, and promote healing. It is important to work with a skincare professional to determine the best course of treatment for your individual needs and concerns.

Laser treatment can be used as an effective treatment option for acne. The laser light targets the bacteria that cause acne and reduces inflammation and promotes healing. It also helps to reduce the appearance of acne scars. It is important to consult with a skincare professional to determine if laser treatment is appropriate for your specific case and skin type.

It is possible for acne to recur after it has been treated. However, many people experience a significant improvement in their acne symptoms and see a reduction in the number of breakouts. It is important to continue with a regular skincare routine to maintain the results of treatment and prevent future breakouts from occurring. If you do experience a recurrence of acne, it is recommended to consult with a skincare professional to determine the cause and develop an appropriate treatment plan.

It is generally safe to use makeup while undergoing acne treatment, but it’s important to choose non-comedogenic and oil-free products that won’t clog pores. It is also important to remove makeup thoroughly before going to bed to avoid any negative interaction with the treatment products. Consult with your skin care professional for recommendations on specific makeup products that are appropriate for use during treatment.

It is generally not recommended to pop pimples or cysts as it can lead to inflammation and scarring. Popping a pimple or cyst can also introduce bacteria into the lesion and lead to infection. Instead, it is best to leave the lesion alone and let it heal naturally or consult with a skincare professional for guidance on appropriate treatment options.

The length of time it takes to see results from acne treatment can vary depending on the severity of the condition, the type of treatment used, and the individual’s response to treatment. Some people may see improvement in their acne symptoms within a few weeks, while others may take several months to see significant improvement. It is important to work with a skincare professional and be patient as results may vary.

It is important to consult with a skincare professional before using any over-the-counter acne products while undergoing treatment at the clinic. Some over-the-counter products may contain ingredients that can interact with the treatments prescribed by your skin care professional or cause irritation. A skin care professional will be able to recommend products that are safe to use in conjunction with your treatment plan.

While making certain lifestyle changes, such as maintaining a healthy diet, getting enough sleep, and reducing stress, can help to improve the appearance of the skin, it is unlikely that these changes alone will be sufficient to fully treat acne. It is important to work with a skincare professional to develop an appropriate treatment plan that addresses your individual needs and concerns.

The frequency of visits to the clinic for acne treatment can vary depending on the severity of the condition, the type of treatment used, and the individual’s response to treatment. A skin care professional will be able to provide guidance on the appropriate frequency of visits. Typically, it is recommended to schedule follow-up appointments every 4-6 weeks to monitor the progress of treatment.

It is important to use sunscreen while undergoing acne treatment to protect your skin from the sun’s harmful UV rays. However, it is important to choose a sunscreen that is non-comedogenic and oil-free, as these types of sunscreens are less likely to clog pores. It is recommended to consult with a skincare professional for recommendations on specific sunscreen products that are appropriate for use during treatment.

Acne can affect individuals of all ages, and there is no age limit for treatment. While acne is most common during adolescence, it can occur at any time in life and can be treated at any age. It is important to consult with a skincare professional to determine the best course of treatment for your individual needs and concerns.

Exfoliating scrubs can be beneficial for the skin, but it’s important to use them in moderation while undergoing acne treatment. It’s important to be gentle with your skin and not over-exfoliate, as this can cause irritation and inflammation. Additionally, it is important to use an exfoliating scrub that is formulated for acne-prone skin and is gentle on the skin. It is recommended to consult with a skincare professional for guidance on the appropriate use of exfoliating scrubs during treatment. It’s also important to avoid using scrubs that contain harsh or abrasive ingredients.

  1. Paithankar, D. Y., Ross, E. V., Saleh, B. A., Blair, M. A., & Graham, B. S. (2002b). Acne treatment with a 1,450 nm wavelength laser and cryogen spray cooling. Lasers in Surgery and Medicine, 31(2), 106–114. https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/lsm.10086
  2. Bowe, W. P., & Shalita, A. R. (2008). Effective Over-the-Counter Acne Treatments. Seminars in Cutaneous Medicine and Surgery, 27(3), 170–176. https://www.scmsjournal.com/article/buy_now/?id=270
  3. Tripathi, S. V., Gustafson, C. J., Huang, K. E., & Feldman, S. R. (2012). Side effects of common acne treatments. Expert Opinion on Drug Safety, 12(1), 39–51. https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1517/14740338.2013.740456
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The science

How treatments
combat wrinkles

Through our expert protocols, thousands of Australians achieve smooth, youthful skin. 

Erase fine lines

Specialized injections reduce fine lines by 70-80%. This makes your skin look younger and the risk of aging signs less noticeable.

Boost skin health

Premium ingredients enhance your skin's natural elasticity, inhibiting wrinkles from forming. This uplifts the skin's vitality and longevity.

Optimize skin safety

With board-certified doctors, your risk of complications is near 2% annually. Adding our skincare regimen, it's even less.

The clinic

Trusted by 100k+
Aussie blokes

18 essential micronutrients

Formulated with bioavailable ingredients in the optimal dosage.

Vitamin C

Biotin (Vitamin B7)

300mcg

Vitamin E

Biotin (Vitamin B7)

300mcg

Anti-oxidant & HA

Biotin (Vitamin B7)

300mcg

Granactive Retinoid 2%

Biotin (Vitamin B7)

300mcg

Bisabolol

Biotin (Vitamin B7)

300mcg

Niacinamide

Biotin (Vitamin B7)

300mcg

Witch-hazel

Biotin (Vitamin B7)

300mcg

Vitamin K2

Biotin (Vitamin B7)

300mcg

Zinc

Biotin (Vitamin B7)

300mcg

Hero ingredients

An all-in-one premium blend to support energy now, and support your health and vitality in the future.

Methylated Folate

For healthy red blood cell production

Omega-3 DHA & EPA

High quality fish oil without the fishy burps

Vitamin B12

For energy and nervous system support

Vitamin D3

To support bone health and help calcium absorption

Iodine

For healthy energy levels and brain function

Zinc

To support skin and immune system health

Selenium

For immune health

The movement

We invite you to become a Skin Pro partner! Showcase a window sticker to welcome clients seeking
anti-wrinkle treatments into your professional space. You can also use our social media assets to tell the world
you’re a Skin Pro partner—just add your logo! Sign up your clinic to receive an exclusive package.  

Here are some businesses that have joined us so far:

What you need to know

Anti-wrinkle treatments are increasingly popular yet sometimes misunderstood.
1 in 3 Likelihood that an Australian will consider anti-wrinkle treatment—over 500,000 Australians every year
Percentage of clients that don’t discuss their treatments openly at work
Medical experts say that visible results can take days, but full skin health rejuvenation may take longer.
Percentage of clients who were satisfied immediately post-treatment
Minimum time needed to see full benefits of the treatment (hydration, skin elasticity)
It’s essential we foster an open dialogue about cosmetic treatments and offer reliable information.

Number of treatments recommended
by most clients for ongoing skin health

Percentage of clients who use our treatments as part of a larger skincare routine

The research

In Australia, anti-wrinkle treatments are increasingly being adopted by both men and women. We surveyed 332 Aussies between the ages of 25-50 who have undergone anti-wrinkle treatments in the last 3 years. Here’s what we found:

72% said social

societal judgments were one of their biggest barriers to openly discussing treatments

Of respondents have discussed or sought anti-wrinkle treatments"

clients have had mixed experiences discussing treatments in their social circle

feel that the industry standards and regulations for cosmetic treatments are always met