Iso Skin Care Regimes

 At home skin care 

Iso Skin Care is important during this time of social isolation. It may take time, but our lives will get back to a new normal and we will be back at Aesthetica again!
We are making good use of this time researching and trialling new antiageing and skin rejuvenation treatments and skincare. You can also do your own research on some treatments you may want to try.  We are always looking for new results based treatments and skincare.
When we are able to see you again we will re assess your skin and aspirations and create a new treatment package for you.

All our in-clinic treatments offer medical-grade solutions using products contain high potency active ingredients. If used incorrectly, and not by an experienced professional, can compromise your skin.
However, in the meantime, Emily is available for a phone /zoom / email consultation if you have any questions.
While it is limited what we can offer you to perform at home, our incredible Dermal Clinician Emily has developed a special Hydration booster treatment that you is safe for you to perform at home, of you would like something extra to do.

In the meantime. keep up your daily and weekly iso skin care routines, so we can get the most out of your in-clinic treatments soon.

The Basics

Previously, we had an exciting treatment plan created and attended Aesthetica regularly and used our homecare.  Sometimes, it becomes easy to rely on Aesthetica treatments to do all the hard work. In actual fact, what you do to your skin daily significantly enhances the treatments we do for you.
Now your daily routine becomes the new Iso skin care. Continuing with your at home regimes will enhance your Aesthetica treatments,
Remember the equipement we use triggers your skin to create changes, such as stimulating collagen and elastin, reducing pigmentation or improving skin texture.
Your Iso skin care will help use get the best results.

Skin Type


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Combination / Normal

  • Oily T-zone
  • Dry Cheeks
  • Dull skin

Niacinamide: this can be added in the form of a serum or moisturiser. It will help to reduce oil flow, add hydration where needed and brighten up the skin.

Have some fun experimenting with different products as your skin will tolerate most of them. Look for anything brightening to keep your skin looking it’s healthiest.

Oily skin

•Will always have oil present on the skin no matter what time of day
• Enlarged pores
• Skin will start to “shine” after lunch due to excess sebum on the skin
• Mild to severe acne may be present

Niacinamide: this little miracle will help to stabilise oil flow. Most oily skin is often a result from over stripping and drying out the skin which impairs the skin barrier. Niacinamide will help to repair that barrier to restore your natural hydration levels

Most creams and serums can feel too heavy for oily skin types. Opt for a spray or mist containing necessary cosmeceutical ingredients and hydration molecules.

Dry / Sensitive Skin

  • Dry, flaking skin may be present
  • Milia can sometimes be seen
  • Has a tendency to turn red easily
  • Reacts to certain products
  • Skin can feel tight after showering 
  • skin can feel tight without moisturiser

Occlusive moisturisers: In most cases the barrier is impaired and no matter how much hydration you add to the skin it never seems to feel plump. After applying serums and moisturiser in the evening an occlusive layer should be applied to seal everything and act as a faux barrier

Apply SPF daily! Don’t assume the damage is already done. Adequate sun protection still needs to be followed to prevent further damage and regular skin checks should be a part of your general check up.

Ageing thin skin

  • Skin feels loose and papery
  • Heavily lined and wrinkled
  • Dull
  • Dry

Vitamin A: one of many ingredients that can be beneficial to this skin type. Vitamin A plumps up the bottom dermal layer of your skin to help your skin feel plumper. It also speeds up your cell turnover to help skin look brighter and more youthful.

Consider adding thicker moisturisers at night and apply excess product to your neck, décolletage and hands

Ageing thickened skin

  • Dark leathery appearance 
  • Enlarged pores
  • Sun damage

AHAs: this skin is developed after years of sun damage and the skin has become thicker in a way to protect itself. Due to the thick nature of the epidermis it is hard for serums and product to penetrate through. AHAs can be employed to help soften and exfoliate away the top layer of the skin to ensure product penetration and improve appearance

Consider adding thicker moisturisers at night and apply excess product to your neck, décolletage and hands

You should have a clearer picture on what your skin type is and the key ingredient in your Iso skin care should be.
If you are unclear or would like a consultation with Emily, our Dermal Therapist, please don’t hesitate to book a phone call consultation, or zoom consultation.
If all thats too hard an email also works well.
Stay safe and we look forward to seeing you again soon.
Have fun with your Iso skin care!

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(03) 98246134

4 Northcote Road, Armadale VIC 3143