Twins Anna and Lucy DeCinque entered the public eye after spending nearly $250,000 on plastic surgery to make themselves look identical.
The Perth women have had lip fillers and breast implants as well as tattooed eyebrows and eyeliner, according to Daily Mail.
They've also spent money on IPL, laser treatments and microdermabrasion, in an attempt to remain blemish free.
But now, New Idea reports that they "regret it all" with the DeCinque twins telling the magazine they are working towards returning to a :more natural and healthy" look.
"What we thought was pretty... we find ugly now," they explained.
The pair have been taking antidepressants to combat their body dysmorphia and are working to correct the situation and hoping to regain their original looks.
Despite their reluctance to indulge in any further surgery, the 31-year-old twins still stick to their extensive skincare regime.
It includes face masks, leg masks, body scrubs and body brushes. Their shared boyfriend Ben joked he could "read a novel" in the time it took them to complete just their night time skincare routine.
The women also admit while they've accepted their diagnosis, some habits are harder to break than others.
"We look for flaws in each other every day," Lucy told the magazine, noting if one of them has so much as a pimple, neither of the twins will leave the house.
Looking back, neither Anna or Lucy feel positive about their plastic surgery choices.
"We're ashamed about what we did to ourselves, but we're owning it and embracing our diagnosis," Lucy said.
The sisters encouraged girls who were struggling in their everyday lives because of how they felt about their looks to speak to their parents or a doctor.
However they choose to approach life now, it's certain they will stick together.
The twins revealed last year they had never spent more than one hour apart and intended to marry the same man.
Just after the trio celebrated their fifth year anniversary, the twins took to YouTube to reveal they both intended to wed their electrical mechanic beau, Ben.
"We've been with him for five years so he's twinning and winning... we do want to marry the same man and his name is Ben," they said in the video.
"I think it's beautiful. It's not weird to us, it never will be and we're happy. We're not hurting anyone," they said.