We believe that Roaccutane should be treated as a last resort for Acne (and offer many alternatives!) however we understand that some of our clients will have already made the decision to take medication for their skin.

We understand that your skin is a very personal journey, and we recognise that there is a significant amount of support that we can offer for the skin and health associated side effects.

Common Side-Effects of Roaccutane

  • Dermatitis
  • Dry skin
  • Scaly skin
  • Itching
  • Delicate, fragile skin
  • Red, inflamed skin
  • Photosensitivity


We are very experienced in helping with these side-effects to help strengthen the skin barrier and provide relief.


Our Facial Treatment


Research shows that clients with acne and those using Roaccutane will have an increased requirement for antioxidants.

Our facial includes active ingredients of: Vitamin E, C, CoQ10 and Vitamin B.

Using antioxidants will also help prevent acne in the future by protecting the oxidation of skin lipids.



Often the skin will be red and inflamed. We use targeted topical natural anti-inflammatories such as: boswellia, green tea, kiwi seed and D-panthenol.


LED Light Therapy

We recommend an add-on of MAX+ Light therapy to further reduce inflammation and support the formation of a strong and robust skin barrier.



We only use a very gentle, lymphatic massage technique in our Roaccutane facials to gently encourage oxygen and nutrients to the surface (without putting pressure on stressed skin)



75 Minutes $190

With our Principal Asha Evertsz $220

On-line skin care

Many of clients are not able to pop into our Melbourne Clinic. We offer Skype consultations and express postage

*Our Roaccutane facial services can be claimed on private health