Our Menu of Laser Skin Treatments

Our Menu of Laser Skin Treatments

From aging to acne to unwanted hair, aesthetic lasers address a wide range of skin needs and beauty concerns. 

At Associated Skin Care Specialists, our board-certified dermatologists take a comprehensive approach to care, utilizing advanced tools and technology so you get the best possible outcomes. Here, we want to share our menu of laser skin treatments with you.

Skin rejuvenation

Fine lines, sunspots, and scarring affect the tone and texture of your skin. We offer two laser skin treatments to revitalize your look and rejuvenate your skin.

Fraxel®

Fraxel is a non-ablative skin resurfacing laser tool. We use this aesthetic laser to minimize the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, lighten sunspots, and improve skin scarring. 

The innovative laser works from the inside out, heating the deep layers of your skin and expediting the natural remodeling process. With our Fraxel laser, you can expect to see immediate and progressive improvements in your look. 

Clear + Brilliant®   

We use our Clear + Brilliant laser as a preventive tool to help your fight against the visible signs of aging. 

Though you can expect improvements in your skin tone and texture after treatment with this skin laser tool, Clear + Brilliant addresses the effects that time and the environment take on the look and health of your skin. 

Spider veins and vascular lesions

Spider veins, broken capillaries, and vascular lesions like hemangiomas are common problems that affect the look of your skin. We use the excel® V laser to treat these types of skin issues.

The excel V laser targets the pigmented cells in the visible blood vessels and vascular lesions, heating and destroying these cells without damaging the surrounding skin. Your body removes the damaged cells and the visible lesions fade over time.

Unwanted hair

Shaving, tweezing, and waxing are tiresome and time-consuming beauty chores. That’s why laser hair removal is one of the most popular laser skin treatments in the United States.

We use a state-of-the-art laser system to get rid of unwanted hair from almost any part of your body, including your face, arms, legs, back, and chest. 

Underarm sweat

Excessive underarm sweating is a common and embarrassing problem. Though your body needs to sweat to regulate your body temperature, your underarms aren’t the only area of the body with sweat glands.

We treat excessive underarm sweating with miraDry®, which is a laser skin treatment that destroys underarm sweat glands. You can expect a significant reduction in underarm sweat and odor after one miraDry treatment. 

Find out more about our laser skin treatments by calling one of our offices  ― we have offices in Blaine, Eden Prairie, Maple Grove, Fridley, Coon Rapids, and New Brighton, Minnesota. We do all of our laser skin treatments at our Eden Prairie and Maple Grove locations. 

Online scheduling is available at our Maple Grove and Eden Prairie locations for laser skin treatments. We also offer online scheduling at our Blaine and Coon Rapids locations for other skincare needs. 

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