AlexAlexa MediSpa is your source for everything you need to know about laser skin resurfacing. Laser skin resurfacing is a technique used to remove layers of skin one at a time. This is a great method for the treatment of scars, wrinkles, and blotches, to restore healthy, younger looking skin. Talk to the experts at AlexAlexa MediSpa today to learn more about laser skin resurfacing and find out what treatment course is right for you and your skin. 

Laser skin resurfacing is an effective tool for treatment of wrinkles around the eyes, mouth, forehead, or even the entire face. By causing controlled injury to the skin (the small abrasions to the skin), laser resurfacing techniques such as microdermabrasion, sciton laser resurfacing, and fractional erbium yag lasers produce better and more consistent results than any other skin resurfacing peels and tools used for dermabrasion. 

Laser skin resurfacing is a great technique to more effectively remove dead skin cells as we age, keeping skin fresher and smoother. With minimal downtime and great results, laser skin resurfacing is often a perfect choice for smoothing wrinkled or aged skin, as well as repairing damaged and discolored skin. Laser resurfacing to repair skin can even reduce the risk of skin cancer. Call the experts at AlexAlexa MediSpa today to learn if laser skin resurfacing is right for you. 

AlexAlexa MediSpa Laser Procedures Include


Another leaser treatment offered at AlexAlexa MediSpa is VBeam. This is a laser that is used if you have too much redness due to dilated blood vessels in your nose, cheeks, chin, or other parts of your face, you may benefit from treatment with the VBeam. This includes, but is not limited to, the redness of rosacea. The VBeam is also good for removing angiomas, small red clumps of blood vessels. Red birthmarks, called port wine stains, can also be treated with the VBeam, as can stubborn warts, scars, and bruises and sun damage on the neck and chest.


For patients with sun damaged skin on the chest, neck, fine lines and wrinkles, scar reduction and hyperpigmentation AlexAlexa MediSpa offers a laser treatment known as QuadraLASE™

What is QuadraLASE™?

The QuadraLASE™ is a fractional laser which means that only a fraction of the skin surface is exposed to the laser beam. It is a CO2 laser for skin rejuvenation that delivers many tiny dots of laser light in a unique pattern. The result is a treatment that is more comfortable and requires less downtime than traditional resurfacing – enabling our patients to get back to routine lifestyle sooner.


At AlexAlexa MediSpa many skin care programs are offered to enhance your skin, reduce the signs of aging and relieve the problems of Rosacea along with other skin maladies. Micro Needling is one of these programs.


AlexAlexa MediSpa is now introducing the Smoothbeam laser treatment! Smoothbeam is a breakthrough laser treatment for patients suffering from acne. Requiring only a few, monthly treatments, Smoothbeam is able to treat acne and prevent it returning. 


Nd: YAG (neodymium-doped yttrium aluminium garnet; Nd:Y3Al5O12) is a laser specially designed to target specific pigments in the skin in order to eliminate damaged skin cells. This makes Nd: YAG an effective method for the removal of tattoos, moles, pigmented lesions, freckles, and other skin discolorations. Nd: YAG is also a very safe treatment for skin discolorations and sun damage operated by the expert technicians at AlexAlexa MediSpa.


The Candela GentleLASE is another laser offered at AlexAlexa. This high energy, long-pulse laser that can treat a variety of conditions and is especially effective with hair reduction.

AlexAlexa MediSpa offers the advantages of a combined treatment approach supervised by Dr. Blair in conjunction with Spa therapies.

The focus of AlexAlexa MediSpa is to provide services which include facial esthetics, with diagnostic equipment in an attractive, safe and relaxing environment.

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