The key to beautiful, radiant skin is choosing a home care regime that really works. With over 100 years of combined skincare experience, AlumierMD experts have created science-backed products in luxurious formulations that work to reveal more radiant and luminous skin. Unlike the majority of ‘over the counter’ skincare products,
AlumierMD has the ability to change the way skin cells function. By using scientifically developed delivery systems and high quality ingredients AlumierMD products can reach and make changes to skin cells in the deeper layers of the dermis. With regular use, these prescription strength products deliver exceptional results. Plus, all AlumierMD Products are free of Parabens, Sulfates, Petrolatum and Dyes. AlumierMD does not do any animal testing on their products.
“At Main Street Aesthetics we believe that improving skin texture and radiance should be the foundation of all facial aesthetic treatments.” By harnessing the skins natural ability to repair, smooth and plump we hope to reduce the amount of fillers and toxins used by our clients, allowing them to achieve a youthful healthy glow naturally.
Alumier products are available to target the following skin concerns:
- Aging skin
- Large pores
- Dry skin
- Oily skin
There isn’t one formula or magic ingredient for younger, smoother and brighter-looking skin because there are multiple skin profiles. That’s why our team of experts will help select for you a multifaceted, results-oriented skincare routine that targets the underlying physiology related to your skin type or condition. As a result, the AlumierMD skin care line cannot be purchased without an expert skin assessment.
Call the surgery to book your free consultation appointment today to find out how AlumierMD could help you.
Professional treatments, such as skin peels, enhance the results of your home care products, more information can be found here.
AlumierMD Skin Peels
What is a chemical peel?
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, 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.
How are chemical peels classified?
Chemical peels are classified as light (superficial), medium, or deep, depending on the depth of penetration of the ingredients used. Light peels exfoliate to various levels of the epidermis. Medium-depth peels treat through the papillary dermis and deep peels to the mid-reticular dermis. Deeper peels require more downtime and increase the chance of side effects, which include photosensitivity, pigment changes and scarring.
What is our 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 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.
At Main Street Aesthetics we will complete a thorough skin analysis and recommend an individualised treatment program to address your skin concerns. A personalized program that combines professional treatments with home care products will be developed (since they work synergistically to improve the health and beauty of skin).
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 equal, 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.