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La Peel Diary – AlumierMD VitA Boost Peel

I’m trying 3 layers of AlumierMD VitA Boost peel to see what the real effects of a chemical peel are. I am prone to mild rosacea, open pores and the occasional spot so I’m excited to see my results!

Peel dayPeel day:

I found the peel quite painful and hot initially, and after applying the final layer my face has felt a little sore. However my skin is somewhat sensitive so this was in some ways expected.

DAY 1DAY 1:

Post-peel, my skin felt very tight, and a little itchy, with redness, but I put this mild irritation down to the skin flaking across my face that followed the next day.

DAY 2DAY 2:

The dead skin on my face has begun to shed in flakes. The flaking is a good sign, as it means my face is making way for the rejuvenated skin. I was going to cover the side effects with make up but this looked 10x worse!

My little boy of 3 even said ‘Mummy your face doesn’t look very nice’ which is always a good sign! I felt a little self-conscious on the tube but I know that the recovery time of this treatment is fast and I’m looking forward to seeing the results in the next couple of days – stay tuned.

Day 3Day 3:

I found that the redness was disappearing, and I still had some skin shedding. However, as soon as I had a shower, all the previous debris was removed and I was left with incredibly smooth, soft skin, although I still have some mild redness in a small area.

Day 4Day 4:

My overall skin quality has dramatically improved, the size of my pores have been greatly reduced, my skin tone more even, and the redness over my left cheek (my problem-mild Rosacea) is no where to be seen.

Would I go through the past 3 days again? Yes absolutely! I am over the moon with how my skin looks now and I am surprised at how quickly my skin recovered. I can be pretty sure that a Skinade each morning and the constant application of the AlumierMD recovery cream and of course the AlumierMD SPF can be to blame for this.

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