Skincare brand AlumierMD has launched a new holiday kit to help support the education of 500 primary school students in South Africa through the Alumier Foundation.
The Power Peptide Duo holiday set brings together the Ultimate Boost Serum and Everactive C&E + Peptide for the first time and for every purchase the company will donate £5 to the Alumier Foundation to support its Nhlengelo Primary School project in Mpumalanga, South Africa
The kit was launched to an international audience at an exclusive online event, featuring Aesthetics journal deputy editor Shannon Kilgariff as a panellist, who provided her insights in visiting the school and writing about her experience in 2018. The panel also included AlumierMD’s UK medical communications manager Victoria Hiscock and Aesthetic Medicine magazine’s consultant editor Vickie Eldridge.
Hiscock said, “We are delighted to be launching the Power Peptide Duo. Not only will these potent serums work symbiotically to deliver great patient outcomes, a portion of the sales will support the children of Nhlengelo Primary School through the Alumier Foundation.”
The Everactive C&E+ Peptide is designed to improve skin tone and texture, neutralise free radicals and reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. The product is formulated with vitamin C, Matrixyl Synthe'6 peptide and vitamin E. The Ultimate Boost Serum contains niacinamide, sodium hyaluronate and Matrixyl Synthe'6, which aims to deliver hydration and enhance elasticity.
Aesthetic practitioner Dr Nina Bal said of the new holiday kit, “AlumierMD is one of my absolute favourite medical grade skincare brands. They couldn’t have chosen two better products. This duo not only restores skin health and defends against free radicals, it also delivers potent anti-ageing benefits and comfort to the skin in colder months.”