Chemical Peels

A chemical peel is a treatment used to improve skin texture and tone. An acid is applied to the skin to lower the PH, which loosens the connections between dead skin cells, including exfoliation and stimulating new cell growth. This process causes superficial  layers of dead skin to peel off, revealing a smoother and more radiant complexion.
 

Treatment Expectations

Beautiful skin doesn’t happen overnight, and treatments take time to show results. A single chemical peel can provide the immediate effect of bright and radiant skin; however, more significant results in treating texture issues, fine lines and inflamed acne could take several treatments and loyalty to the appropriate home care regimen. Using homeware products consistently and as directed will aid in achieving your optimal results.

 

AlumierMD Peel Treatments are the next generation of clinical exfoliation. AlumierMD understands that everyone wants clear, beautiful, skin. Using scientifically-based, high performing ingredients, AlumierMD has designed a cosmetically elegant, clean chemical free range of skin care products to suit all skin profiles with exceptional results. All AlumierMD products are free of parabens, sulfates and dyes.

With a variety of peels, each with a unique complex of ingredients, your AlumierMD professional can customize your program of treatments to target your specific skin concerns whether it be optimum skin health & aging, pigmentation, acne, rosacea and more.

A complimentary consultation is required before any treatments can be done. 

Treatment Questions & Answers:

Will AlumierMD chemical peels cause unsightly redness and peeling?

No. Clients sometimes expect to peel throughout the complete treated area. But post-treatment peeling is often similar to peeling after a tan. In some cases, exfoliation occurs on a cellular level and is not apparent to the naked eye. The exfoliation a client will experience varies depending on the peel strength and individual skin profile. AlumierMD chemical peels are light-to-medium depth, and are formulated to reduce irritation and redness.
 

What can I expect right after a chemical peel?

The skin is initially tender and more sun-sensitive as the epidermis renews itself. After the peeling takes its course (usually 3-5 days after treatment), fresh new skin emerges and ingredients in home care products start to work more effectively.
 

If peeling doesn’t take place, does it mean the peel wasn’t effective?

Peeling of the dead skin layers can be macroscopic, meaning you can see the peeling, or microscopic, meaning peeling is occurring on a cellular level, but the skin is not visually flaking. Therefore, you can have an effective chemical peel without actually seeing your skin peeling.