Alumier Skin Experts / December 28, 2016

There’s no doubt about it—the holidays aren’t a relaxing break for everyone. Between the family get-togethers, holiday parties, last minute gift shopping and the cold winter weather,…

Alumier Skin Experts / October 21, 2016

I recently flew back home from LAX on an overnight flight. I left LA at 11PM PST and landed in Ottawa at 9AM EST. Not…

Alumier Skin Experts / January 20, 2016

Acne Tips 1) Don’t touch your face. Your hands aren’t always clean, and the bacteria on them can cause irritation and pimples. 2) Don’t pop, squeeze or pick pimples. Prevent scarring by leaving acne alone. 3) Gently wash your face twice…

Alumier Skin Experts / January 20, 2016

How can I improve sensitive skin?   Step 1: Relieve irritation and redness Sensitive skin needs gentle products with ingredients that reduce redness and irritation. Hinokitiol and sea whip have powerful natural…

Alumier Skin Experts / January 20, 2016

How can redness be improved?   Step 1: Consult your skin care professional Redness may be related to rosacea, which is a medical condition that should be diagnosed by a skin care professional before starting…

Alumier Skin Experts / January 20, 2016

How can large pores and oily skin be improved? Step 1: Improve pore function Increasing cell turnover will help clear out blocked pores and minimize their appearance. Hyperkeratinization is the term used when dead skin cells do not leave the pore…

Alumier Skin Experts / January 20, 2016

How can I improve hyperpigmentation? Step 1: Exfoliate Exfoliate to lift pigmentation and enhance skin renewal. AlumierMD Professional Treatments: Glow Peel Renew 30 Enzyme Retexturing Treatment AlumierMD…

Alumier Skin Experts / January 20, 2016

How can I improve dry skin? Step 1: Restore the moisture barrier by improving skin cell turnover Dry skin often suffers from increased cell turnover time, meaning it takes longer…

Alumier Skin Experts / January 19, 2016

How can I improve the look of aging skin? Step 1: Exfoliate to increase cell turnover: The skin cycle becomes longer as we age, causing dead skin cells to collect on the top layer of the epidermis and make the skin look dry and rough. The epidermis also thins as…