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AlumierMD Chemical Peel and IPL Facial Treatment

Reverse Sun Damage with AlumierMD Chemical Peel and Intense Pulsed Light

Do you want stunning, radiant skin? If the answer is a resounding yes, then this treatment is perfect for you.

Our Alumier Chemical Peel and IPL Facial Treatment features the Renew 30 Peel by AlumierMD in combination with IPL (Intense Pulsed Light).

This comprehensive skin procedure is designed to target the visible signs of aging associated with sun exposure and UV damage. Additionally, our expert aestheticians always stive to enhance your skin health, vitality and overall appearance.

After one session, you will see a visible reduction in brown spots, hyperpigmentation, dull skin, lines and wrinkles, blotchy skin and other related skin problems. Although a series of sessions are recommended for the ultimate skin glow results.

What is the Renew 30 Professional Peel by AlumierMD?

The Renew 30 Peel is considered the "sensitive skin peel." In fact, it's the gentlest professional-grade chemical peel solution formulated by AlumierMD. It contains 30% lactic acid, along with other active ingredients. The chemical peel work is achieved using active ingredients that effectively moisturize the skin while exfoliating dead skin cells

Alumier's proprietary lactic acid formula is specifically formulated for individuals with sensitive skin. It targets the skin's outer layer with utmost precision to remove dead skin cells, treat blemishes, reduce wrinkles and sun damage.

This gentle yet high performance peel helps to reveal a beautiful glow and youthful-looking skin.

IPL (Intense Pulsed Light) Photofacial Skin Treatment for Redness and Hyperpigmentation

IPL (Intense Pulsed Light) is the best known treatment for uneven skin tone on the face and body. It uses broad-spectrum light to target and resolve common skin concerns like sun damage, pigmentation, redness and vascular lesions.

The light energy penetrates the skin's multiple layers, targeting specific chromophores (pigments) inside skin cells. Some light frequencies are attracted by red pigment (hemoglobin) and others are absorbed by brown pigment (melanin).

Once the light energy is absorbed, it causes the pigment to be destroyed. This process helps to reduce the appearance of sunspots, age spots, freckles, redness, and visible blood vessels. The result is improved skin tone and rejuvenated complexion.

What Are the Steps in Alumier Chemical Peel and IPL Facial Treatment

AlumierMD chemical peels, such as the Renew 30 Peel, work great on their own. They're excellent for reducing wrinkles, acne and other skin common concerns related to skin aging. The beauty lies in the synergistic effects of combining chemical peels with IPL therapy.

In order to deliver the best possible results for sensitive skin, we must administer the step in their proper order. This ensures a safe and comfortable experience for you.

Intense Pulsed Light therapy is performed first because it's important to preserve the skin's protective barrier during this step. Once we have addressed sun-related skin damage, such as hyperpigmentation and vascular lesions, we proceed with the exfoliation steps.

Since IPL is not ablative, meaning it doesn't strip layers of skin, it's safe to apply the chemical peel solution immediately after. The chemical peel treatment process is simple: we cleanse the skin then apply the solution. After some time, we remove it with hot towels, making sure the multifunctional peel is neutralized.

Next, we apply customized skincare products to moisturize and protect your skin, and you're done! Before you go home, we'll provide you with proper post-care instructions and skin care products recommendations.

Anti-Aging Peel and IPL Duo is Perfectly Safe for Sensitive Skin

Still worried about Alumier MD chemical peels for your sensitive complexion? Here's why you shouldn't be.

The term "chemical peel" may sound scary, but it actually contains a naturally-occurring lactic acid, the gentlest AHA peel ingredient. For this reason, the Intense Pulsed Light and chemical peel treatment duo is perfectly safe, even for sensitive skin and no downtime.

Contact us to book an appointment at Sherlase Spa to learn more about the Alumier Chemical Peel and IPL Facial Treatment Toronto, Markham, ON.