AlumierMD
Customized Chemical Peels

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, treating textural issues, fine lines and inflamed acne could take multiple treatments. 

Use home care products consistently and as directed to achieve optimal results. Just as you take time to exercise, you need to take time for your “daily skin care workout regimen” in the morning and evening.

CUSTOMIZED ALUMIERMD CHEMICAL PEEL

$145 (Face Only)
Package of 3 Peels $400 (save $35) 
Package of 6 Peels $800 (save $70 and receive a free Elta MD SPF valued at $45) 

$185 (With Neck & Decollete)
Package of 3 Peels $515 (save $40)
Package of 6 Peels $1025 (save $85)

ALUMIERMD FACIAL PEEL FUSION TREATMENT

Invest in this service and get incredible results! While your skin is exfoliated and prepared with our AlumierMD Enzyme Retexturizing Mask you will enjoy a luxurious neck and shoulder massage.  The Custom Chemical Peel is then applied and after neutralization, a Deep Moisture Mask or Retinol Booster is applied to further extend the results of the peel.

$195 (Face Only)  
$225 (With Neck & Decollete)
Package of 3 Face Only $525 (save $60)
Package of 3 with Neck and Decollete $595 (save $80)

ALL CHEMICAL PEEL TREATMENTS INCLUDE A POST-PROCEDURE PRODUCT TAKE-HOME KIT VALUED AT $48


FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

What Is A Chemical Peel?

A chemical peel is a treatment used to improve skin texture and tone. An acid is applied to skin to lower the pH, which loosens the connections between dead skin cells, inducing exfoliation and stimulating new cell growth. This process causes superficial layers of dead skin to peel off, revealing a smoother and more radiant complexion. Chemical peels can also thicken the epidermis, increase dermal volume and stimulate collagen.

Chemical peels have been used dating back to Ancient Egypt. Cleopatra used sour milk to improve the appearance of her skin, according to some sources. Lactic acid (an alpha hydroxy acid) is the active ingredient in sour milk.

What Is AlumierMD’s Peel Philosophy?

We offer light- to medium-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. Chemical peels 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.

Your skin care specialist will complete a thorough skin analysis and recommend an individualized treatment program to address your skin concerns. They will create a personalized program that combines professional treatments with home care products since they work synergistically to improve the health and beauty of skin. Pre-treatment products precondition the skin, accelerate results and minimize complications. Post-treatment products minimize complications, heal and soothe the skin and then maintain the results. Professional treatments enhance the results of your home care products.

What Areas 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 My 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 aging.