Some aesthetic skin procedures may result in redness post treatment. In some cases, the treatment may also leave skin feeling dry, tight, flaky and sensitive. Swelling and post inflammatory hyper pigmentation may also result in certain instances. 

Skin Aesthetic Post-Procedure Pack is a supplement pack formulated to help support the recovery of those client’s that have undergone aesthetic skin treatments. This pack is rich in vitamins, essential fatty acids, antioxidants and botanicals which all work in synergy to ensure the best possible results. Skin Aesthetic Post-Procedure Pack calms and soothes skin that may be irritated and sensitive post treatment and helps maintain the skin’s health^



Vitamin C

Beta Carotene



Bilberry Fruit


Citrus Bioflavonoids

Turmeric Root

Pine Bark Extract


Grapeseed extract

Omega 3


Green tea extract

Omega 6

Vitamin A


Choline Bitartrate

Vitamin D


Skin Aesthetic Post-Procedure Pack is recommended for those undergoing the following types of treatments:

• Skin needling

• Microdermabrasion

• Chemical peels

• Skin resurfacing treatments

• Laser

• Injectables


Take Skin Aesthetic Post-Procedure Pack during your course of treatments and then one month after. After this time you should switch to Skin Ultimate for skin maintenance.

Not yet a stockist? Call Irum on 020 8450 2020 ext. 221 to find out more. 


When you embark on a course of aesthetic treatments you want to get the best outcome. It is widely recognised that being well nourished before, during and after treatments encourages better results for all skin procedures. Here are some healthy skin foods to eat as well as ones to avoid for fabulous skin results.


Eggs, fish, chicken, meat as well as pulses such as lentils and beans. These are good sources of protein, an essential building block for collagen and elastin. 

Carrots, sweet potatoes and apricots, as well as spinach, kale and broccoli. These brightly coloured red, orange and dark green leafy vegetables contain vitamin A, a key nutrient for skin growth and repair.

Tropical fruits, kiwis, peppers, tomatoes and brussels sprouts provide vitamin C. This vitamin supports collagen synthesis and strength. 

Salmon, sardines, tuna as well as flaxseeds contain omega 3 fatty acids. These important fats are known for their ability to curb inflammation.

And, drink plenty of water to keep skin hydrated.



Caffeine, sugar, alcohol, and salt. These antinutrients contribute to inflammation and water retention. 

Vitamin A contributes to the maintenance of normal skin.
* Vitamin C contributes to normal collagen formation and to the protection of cells from oxidative stress.
~ Roy, M., et al. (2018) ‘Nutrition and the Plastic Surgeon’. Panse, N. et al. (2013) ‘Diet, wound healing and plastic surgery.’