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ZL Medspa is proud to announce that we have added the Moxi laser device from Sciton to our range of services. Moxi is a state-of-the-art laser treatment that gently lightens, brightens, and refreshes the skin with minimal downtime. Moxi effectively treats stubborn pigmentation, even melasma, and was created out of a clear and undeniable demand for better preventative skincare treatments.
The practice of “prejuvenation,” or preventative skincare, is perfect whether you are just starting your skincare journey, looking for a light touch-up, or want something more without downtime. Moxi appeals to those with younger skin and those who wish to maintain their skin through light revitalization.
Moxi is a non-ablative fractionated laser treatment that targets the initial signs of sun damage and aging. The Moxi laser device delivers micro coagulation zones, which signals your body to replace and repair old damaged skin cells. The results are improved tone and lighting in discoloration over several weeks after a Moxi treatment.
Moxi is specifically designed for younger patients and targeted toward preventative anti-aging measures. Its fractionated 1927 nm wavelength gives you a glowing appearance without any required social downtime. Moxi comfortably delivers laser energy to revitalize your skin by correcting the initial signs of sun damage and aging, regardless of the season or your skin type.
Because of modern advancements in laser skincare treatments, Moxi has a greater range of customization than other devices and can be combined with other modalities, such as Broad Band Light. As with all of our treatments at ZL Med Spa, we strive for painless perfection, so we provide topical numbing and cooling treatments for a smooth experience.
The Moxi laser device can treat all skin types on the face and body. Some of the most popular treatment sites include:
Moxi is the ideal laser treatment for challenging pigmentation, such as melasma, which other lasers can worsen. Because Moxi uses significantly safer and gentler energy, it can be combined with Broad Band Light and is done over a series. Because Moxi is delicate and requires little completion time, providers have called it the “perfect lunchtime facial.”
Other remarkable Moxi benefits include:
A customized treatment plan is required for all patients undergoing laser treatments at ZL Med Spa; as such, treatment costs will vary. We recommend a series of 3-4 monthly Moxi treatments to achieve improvement in aged or damaged skin. Subsequent annual treatments for ongoing maintenance battle the visible signs of aging while producing evenly-toned, radiant skin after just one treatment. Skincare requires lifelong maintenance, and Moxi is the ideal laser to use in your skincare journey's anti-aging or “prejuvenation” phase.
Many patients also benefit from combining Broad Band Light treatment with the Moxi. You can find pricing for many of our services here.
Because your face is your greatest asset, it’s essential to treat it well. If you’re noticing creases, sagging skin, and drooping features, a custom combination of the best plastic surgery procedures and non-invasive measures can help restore a beautifully refreshed look.
Our laser procedures are performed at our newest and most modern location, Larson Plastic Surgery, located within the Casas Adobes Plaza. Larson Plastic Surgery is known for its elegant cosmetic procedures, state-of-the-art reconstructive procedures, and cutting-edge non-invasive aesthetic care. With our compassionate approach, bespoke techniques, and unmatched artistry, we help people in Tucson elevate their looks and lead more beautiful lives.
Laura Zimmerman, our Nurse Practitioner, has undergone extensive training and certification through Sciton to be able to perform Moxi laser treatments. She is a Certified Aesthetic Nurse Specialist (CANS), a designation reserved for only a few hundred nurses nationwide who have experience, plastic surgery training, and have passed an additional board examination.