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Acne is a skin condition that causes whiteheads, blackheads or pimples. It usually appears on the face, upper back, shoulders or chest. While it’s very common amongst teenagers, adult acne is also a common condition that varies in severity and persistence for anyone affected. Learn more about acne causes, symptoms and treatments.
The duration of your treatment will vary based on what you are prescribed and how you respond to the treatment. Facial regimen is indefinite, while topical and oral treatment will be prescribed typically for 6 months.
The doctor’s consultation is $20. This is an online, text-based assessment that covers your medical history, symptoms and pictures of the affected area of your skin. Based on your needs and your preferences, you have 3 options for subscription acne treatment: $42 per month for topical + oral tablets, $37.50 per month for topical only or $17.50 per month for oral tablets only. All subscriptions come with unlimited follow ups with your doctor and ongoing care.
We bill and ship every 2 months so you always have medication on hand and never run out. If you are on a topical + oral plan, you’ll be billed $84 every second month. If you are on a topical acne treatment only plan, you'll be billed $75 every second month. If you are on an oral tablets plan, you’ll be billed $35 every second month.
All subscription acne treatment plans come with free medication delivery anywhere in Australia and convenient automatic reorders.
We’ve designed our shipping cycles around how often most members need refills, but we’ve all got our own routines. Running out? Move up your shipment date. Leftovers? Push your shipment date back. Pause or cancel at any time.
Roaccutane is a prescription acne medication that is only prescribed by dermatologists for severe cases of persistent acne. Rosemary does not currently prescribe roaccutane.
Certain medications to treat pimples and acne are contraindicated for pregnancy or pregnancy planning as they can affect the health and development of the fetus. It is important to inform your healthcare providers if you are family planning, are pregnant or breastfeeding so they can prescribe a suitable acne treatment plan for you.
If you are currently planning pregnancy or are pregnant and have not advised your reviewing doctor, please immediately stop your treatment or do not start any new acne treatment. Please contact us or advise your GP for further review.