Simple steps to clinically clear skin

allmedic is an Australian medical skin health company owned and operated by medical doctors, specialists and scientists who are passionate about skin health. Due to the need for medical intervention for certain forms of acne, allmedic has created a clinically specific range of acne products and treatments to combat this troublesome skin condition.

allmedic & Your Doctor

The allmedic Acne solutions range of products and treatments are exclusively available for Doctors only, are affordable, simple yet affective. They offer you, in conjunction with your doctors’ ability to prescribe scripted medications and treatments, the best chance of resolving stubborn acne.

  • Step 1 – Cleanser

    A scientifically formulated pH balanced foaming lotion or bar that is suitable for all skin types, including oily and sensitive skin. Used twice daily all over face and body to remove makeup, dirt and oil. This product can be used for shaving purposes or as a shampoo substitute.

    Face/Body Cleanser 250ml RRP $40.00
    Non Soap Bar 120g RRP $13.95

  • Step 2 – Exfoliating Scrub

    A pH balanced foaming scrub, with micro beads that gently remove dead skin cells and debris that block the opening of pores. Used twice weekly on face and body, or as directed by your clinic advisor.

    Exfoliating Scrub 200ml RRP $46.00

  • Step 3 – Allclear Lotion

    A non-greasy face and body lotion which contains antioxidants, a combination of acids in osmotic gel and a natural exfoliant to increase cell turnover and unclog blocked pores. This combination product helps control excess oil production, inflammation and decreases the presence of harmful bacteria.

    Allclear Lotion 30g

  • Step 4 – Sunscreen

    Convenient and easy to apply. This quick drying spray offers broad spectrum protection against harmful UVA and UVB rays and clear, even coverage. Suitable for every day use on all skin types, especially acne prone skin.

    SPF 30 Light & Clear Sunscreen Spray 125ml

Get serious about treating stubborn acne

Consult a doctor or dermatologist for medical advice.

Identify the cause of your acne.

Organise a personalised medical “Acne Action Plan”.

Your doctor will then periodically monitor your progress.