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ALUMIERMD PEELS

AlumierMD Peels are the next generation of clinical exfoliation. With a variety of peels, each with a unique complex of ingredients, your SKIN clinician can customise your treatments to target your specific skin concerns and reveal a more radiant, soft and luminous skin.

 

VITAMIN A BOOST/DETOX CLEAR/ENZYME RE-TEXTURING

(Can be added to any of the Peels)

VITAMIN A BOOST

(Acne, Hyperpigmentation & Ageing)

Vitamin A boost is a potent and pure retinol and lactic acid resurfacing treatment. It reduces the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles and hyperpigmentation by boosting collagen production and speeding cell turnover, creating a more radiant and even-toned complexion.

 

DETOX CLEAR

(Acne and congested skins)

Detox Clear contains salicylic acid and lactic acid for excellent pore penetration and exfoliation. Salicylic acid penetrates into the pore and exfoliates dead skin cells and excess sebum. Lactic acid exfoliates dead skin cells and hydrates. Eucalyptus provides strong astringent properties which work to smooth skin, minimise pore size, reduce acne and prevent new breakouts from forming.

 

RADIANT 20/10

(Acne, hyperpigmentation, uneven skin tone, congestion, open pores and oiliness)

With lactic and salicylic acid, radiant 20/10 resurfacing peel contains a powerful combination of them both which improves skin tone and texture
by exfoliating dead skin cells and speeding cell turnover. This multipurpose resurfacing peel reduces acne, pimples and minimizes the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, large pores, hyperpigmentation and sun damage.

 

RADIANT 30

(Hyperpigmentation, Uneven Skin tone, dull skin, line & wrinkles)

Radiant 30 is an alpha hydroxy acid resurfacing peel containing lactic acid to exfoliate dead skin cells. Boost cell turnover and stimulate collagen, improving skin texture and tone. This multifunctional peel targets multiple skin conditions, including fine lines and wrinkles, discoloration, sun damage and large pores.

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