Chemical Peels


Glow Peel for Dry, Normal, Oily, Dehydrated, Acne, Hyperpigmentation & Aging

The Glow Peel is a multipurpose resurfacing treatment that combines the powers of salicylic acid (7%), lactic acid (7%), resorcinol (7%), soy amino acids, and yeast-derived oligopeptide to improve the signs of aging and hyperpigmentation with less downtime. We typically suggest this treatment to people who want to address issues like hyperpigmentation, fine lines, exfoliation, and overall rejuvenation.

BHA 20 for Acne, Congestion, Acne Scars

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


Before After

“Having had acne since I was 21 and trying all different products and treatments, I’ve found AlumierMD has completely changed my skin, my skin feels smoother, hydrated and my redness & breakouts are under control.

I have always struggled to find a moisturiser to suit my skin and I can honestly say the AlumierMD HydraClarité Moisturizer is brilliant, it absorbs and most importantly it does not leave my skin feeling oily and as though I’ll wake up with several new breakouts. As for the skin peels I’ve been having every 2 weeks, well they certainly pack a punch! I can feel and see my skin changing and that’s a huge breakthrough for me.

Everyone’s skin is different and different things work for different people but getting the products you use at home right is honestly the beginning for me because, if I’m not correcting and managing the issue then no matter what treatments (invasive or not) I have the breakouts keep coming back. Having had such great results myself I hope that others can feel the excitement I have with the changes I’m seeing.”



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 gentle yet affective 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.

How long does it take to heal?

A few days to 1 week. Most of the time, client will have flaky dry skin for up to one week. You can resume back to work the next day. We recommend social downtime and to avoid direct sunlight for 2 weeks post treatment. We also recommend purchasing the post procedure kit from us to help with your recovery.

Does it hurt?

Not at all. There is a moment of burning sensation that will gradually subside within minutes. You should leave feeling normal and experience zero pain by the time we complete the treatment. In 2 weeks, you should unveil new glowy skin!


Avoid 14 Days Prior:

  • Invasive skin resurfacing facials
  • Laser hair removal that affect the areas of treatment
  • Any laser skin treatments that affect the areas of service
  • Tanning beds
  • Injectables
  • Chemical or physical skin exfoliation (including AHA’s, BHA’S)


Avoid 8 Hours Post: 

  • Do not wash your face for 8 hour post 

Avoid 24 Hours Post: 

  • Touch, press, massage, apply any kind of pressure to the treated areas
  • Exert yourself, gym or high activity workouts
  • Sauna or steam room
  • Wearing makeup around the areas of injection


Avoid 14 Days Post: 

  • Invasive skin resurfacing facials
  • Laser hair removal that affect the areas of treatment
  • Any laser skin treatments that affect the areas of service
  • Tanning beds
  • Injectables
  • Chemical or physical skin exfoliation (including AHA’s, BHA’S)