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Not all skincare lines are created equal

Updated: Oct 30, 2022

I've researched for over a year the science behind skin care, ingredients, promotional models and retail chain. Did you know that those popular brands you love so much are over priced because they need to travel through 6-8 different retailers before you actual purchase? This drives the price up! Additionally, not all of them are "clean" or "medical grade".

1) What does clean skin care actually mean? Clean skincare means you could be sure the product is free from toxins and the label offers transparency about what ingredients it does and does not contain.

2) What does medical grade skin care mean? Compared to over-the-counter products, medical-grade skin care (sometimes called “professional-grade” or “clinical” on labels) are better formulated, with higher quality and more effective ingredients that can reach deeper into the skin. For this reason, some products aren’t available to be purchased directly by the consumer but rather directly from a dermatologist or medical skin care specialist with a license to purchase.

AlumierMD products are indeed medical grade and formulated with an approach to clean science, free from parabens, phthalates, sulfates, dyes, and artificial fragrances. You can feel safe that the ingredients come from sustainable and ethical suppliers. AlumierMD strives to make sure that their products are the cleanest available to you.

One of my favorite items in our skin care line is the vitamin C peptide, activated at purchase the product is fresh and intense unlike any other out on the market. Don't look any further purchase directly from the Med Spa at Clinical Edge today.

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