Vitamin A helps to speed up healing, prevent breakouts and support the skin's immune system and it promotes natural moisturising - which means it helps to hydrate the skin effectively, giving it a radiant glow. It assists in promoting and maintaining a healthy dermis and epidermis; the top two layers of your skin. When applied to the skin acids(AHAs and BHAs) interact with proteins causing exfoliation and peeling of the skin. The acids cause a reaction with the skin and dissolve the outer layers of dead skin to help even the skin tone and texture and promote the building of collagen. This in turn makes the skin regenerate itself and make new fresh skin.
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Can I wear Makeup after my Procedure?

For this specific procedure you can wear makeup the next day but not after the procedure on the day. Make sure the makeup is Peg and Stearate free for acne prone skin types.

Should I Avoid Anything Before/After My Procedure?

Before Procedure: Avoid 2 weeks before procedure benzoyl peroxide, tretinoin use, antibiotics use (topical). 
Must not have any sunburn before procedure.

After Procedure: Avoid Sun for 2 weeks post procedure (wear hat, sunnies and slather spf every few hours). 

What's My Aftercare Look Like?

Keep out of the sun for 2 weeks post procedure. Don't peel the skin manually let it peel naturally. Reapply SPF twice a day for 2 weeks post procedure.

 For 1-2 weeks post procedure your skin will experience symptoms of sunburn (redness) and purging (acne coming to the surface, this will subside after the purging is done). You may experience if you have acne underneath the skin a phenomena known as purging which will clear in 1-2 weeks post procedure. This is the skins way of clearing everything out.

Don’t wax anything where the treatment is performed including eyebrows for 2-3 weeks post procedure, if you wax it will tear the skin.
After your procedure. Do not continually touch your skin unless you are performing your aftercare routine.Do not sweat or go swimming until 3-7 days have past from time of completed peeling.
You can still wear makeup post procedure during peeling as the top layer of skin is inactive and forms a barrier between pollutants.
 If you have work/uni that requires some outdoor activities you must wear a brimmed hat, sunnies and slather your SPF on and actively persist to avoid the sun. Even if you are indoors you still must wear SPF as light rays bounce off surfaces. If you can visibly see in front of you— there is presence of UV light that will damage your skin.

Aftercare for this type of procedure with downtime must be purchased from the Double Bay Cosmeceuticals Line.

Aftercare can look like this: Cleanser ($89), Serum($129) and Moisturiser($89-$149). These products will be your new regular skincare routine wth your own desired SPF.

These products are superposed active products formulated with the correct amounts of humectants, occlusives and emollients for each skin type and concern. They have no fragrance phalates, are vegan, and cruelty free. It is imperative only Double Bay Cosmeceuticals is used post procedure to achieve an effective treatment. Use of other skincare may result in worse off skin condition due to unknown formulation contraindications.IMPORTANT NOTES:Don’t Forget to change your pillow case when you sleep after a skin procedure.

What Does This Help ?

Indented Skin and Bumpy Skin Textures.

When Can I Expect Results?

You can expect results in as little as a few days post procedure and even after the first session. Our before and after photos are usually only after one session.
Keep in mind everyone's skin is different and everyone has different skin tolerances.

How Often Should I Have This Done and How Many Sessions Are Recommended?

This type of treatment should be performed every 4-8 weeks. 

We recommend 1-5 sessions until the skin is cleared and maintenance no downtime treatments to keep up the results.

Is There Another Procedure I Can Add On Or Combine For Better Results?

For Acne Prone Skin Types we recommend combining this procedure with a face laser and sebaceous tapping for optimal results. 

If the skin is suffering with heavy stubborn congestion we recommend a DUO treatment in combination with Six Star Peel.

Side Effects

Post treatment your skin will be flushed due to proteins of your skin reacting with acids to help desquamate the skin. This is apart of the process and can last anywhere from a few hours to a few days due to increased collagen production (what we want for plump skin).
Side Effects of this treatment come from improper aftercare.

Improper SPF Application: SPF still needs to be worn indoors and on cloudy days as there is still a presence of UV radiation. SPF needs to be applied every 3 hours during peak UV times (apply 2x a day). 

Peeling the Skin Manually instead of letting it Peel on its own: this will peel into deeper layers of the skin which will cause pigmentation.

When proper aftercare is followed you will have an easy and successful treatment.

After I Get My Glass Skin What Do I Do To Maintain It And Make Results Last As Long As Possible?

You should use the at home peel kit once a month as part of the skin cell cycle every 4-6 weeks and maintain your normal skincare routine if you are unable to make it to the clinic every 1.5-3 months.

Otherwise make sure to schedule your maintenance appointments in advance every 1.5-2 months to keep up your youthful glass skin.

Who is Not Suitable for this Procedure?

Those Pregnant/breastfeeding, on or have just finished photosensitive medications such as roaccutane/antibiotics; less than equal to 4 weeks for antibiotics and less than equal to 6 months for roaccutane (isotretinoin medications), have an autoimmune disorder, have peanut or fish allergies, have had cancers, on chemotherapy, are in the sun more than 3 hours a day for work, have any active coldsores, dermatitis, eczema, psoriasis, rosacea.


Individual Results Vary According to Skin Tolerance, Lifestyle and Genetics.

Our capacity to deliver exceptional results remains consistent, yet the ultimate outcome depends significantly on the client’s lifestyle choices, genetic predisposition, and consistency in their skincare regimen.