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Alpha Laser Hair Removal & Skin Revitalization 


Alpha Laser Treatments

At Desert Divas And Dons Medi Spa, we recognize the importance of fully informing and educating our clients regarding our treatment options, specifically the science behind the technology and the benefits of these treatments. This gives our clients a clear understanding of what to expect, and prepares them fully for our treatment protocols.


Exclusive Technology in BC
We’re honoured to have regional exclusive rights to the first (and only) Two-In-One Diode Laser and 3D IPL (Intense Pulse Light) system. This technology utilizes five different hair removal modes, with customization available for all skin types. To determine this, we use our digital Milo reader, which provides us a fast and accurate skin type reading. With this data, we’re able to easily classify the parameters for your customized treatments.


The procedure is performed in a smooth, gentle, quiet and comfortable operation mode, in a relaxed atmosphere. The proper ambiance is key, and we provide this to ensure that your treatments are an uplifting and empowering experience. Additionally, the (Golden Touch) cooling tip allows for a painless and rapid hair removal experience.

What We Treat

Hair Removal: Permanent Hair Reduction * Hypertrichosis * Pseudofolliculitits Barbae
Vascular Lesions: Couperose * Erythrosis * Rosacea * Telangiectasia * Port-wine Stains * Leg Veins
Pigmented Lesions: Melasma * Lentigines * PIH * Diffuse Pigmentation * Cafe-au-lait * Hemosiderin
Skin Rejuvenation: Acne Vulgaris * Wrinkle Reduction * Keratosis * Poikiloderma * Other Benign Lesions


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Before & After Pics

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Before & After Photos

A Complete Phototherapy Solution

With several treatment modes, you can achieve outstanding results in only one treatment! You will have an unparalleled experience when we treat you according to your unique physiology, sensitivity level, and treatment stage.

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Frequently Asked Questions

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