Face Peels with Alumier
Face Peels with Alumier
Superficial skin peels to improve skin appearance, remove blackheads, casual break outs, even out skin complexion
1 Peel £55 3 peels £130 6 Peels £225
Medium Strength Glow Peel
perfect for the Collagen production, remove lines and wrinkles, melasma, brown spots, acne
1 Peel £55 3 peels £150 6 Peels £275
As an additional boost strength of skin peel by adding an extra layer of vitamin A, or acid to get the best results:
1 Layer £10 2 Layers £!5 3-4 Layers £25
We offer light-medium deep depth peels known for their excellent results and safety profile.
We believe in repeated treatments for progressive and gradual results, and to avoid the side effects and downtime associated with deeper peels.
The Alumier Peels are chemical peels and should be performed by a trained skin care professional in a clinical setting so that they are delivered safely and effectively.
Chemical peels work by deeply exfoliating the surface layers of skin forcing your body to quickly replenish it with new cells. When peels are performed regularly, the skin gets used to this process and begins to rejuvenate
itself like younger skin. To be sure that the body doesn’t react to this deep exfoliation as it would to trauma, which can lead to pigment changes, exfoliation must be introduced gradually giving the skin time to adjust.
Most beneficial ingredients for the skin tend to degrade or denature when placed in the low pH of chemical peel formulas. With that scientific information in mind, AlumierMD peels use only the pure acids; anti-aging, antioxidant and brightening booster ingredients are applied post-peel in our Brightening Accelerator keeping all components effective.
Peels remove the outer dead layers of the stratum carenum, so the booster ingredients are better absorbed when applied post-peel. Our multilayer process can be customized by your skin care professional according to your skin profile and concerns.
On what areas of the body are chemical peels used?
Chemical peels are usually performed on the face, but may also be used on the neck, décolleté and hands.
How can chemical peels benefit the skin?
Peel treatments improve skin texture and firmness, decreasing fine lines and wrinkles. Peels also even out skin tone, improve acne-prone skin and reduce pore size appearance.
What are common peeling agents?
Some common peeling ingredients include alpha hydroxy acids, beta hydroxy acids, trichloroacetic acid (TCA) and retinol. Alpha hydroxy acids include glycolic acid (from sugar cane), lactic acid (from milk), citric acid (from oranges and lemons), malic acid (from apples and pears), tartaric acid (from grapes) and mandelic acid (from bitter almonds). Salicylic acid is the only beta hydroxy acid. The strength of a chemical peel is determined by the type of ingredients used, their concentrations and the pH of the formulation.
Not all peels are created equally, and one peel type doesn’t suit all. Certain ingredients may be more effective for treating acne, while others may be more successful in treating hyperpigmentation or the signs of ageing.