Alexa Lee

Aesthetic Provider


Alexa is a Birmingham native who’s lived in the Iron City her entire life. She attended the University of Alabama at Birmingham and Jefferson State Community College where she earned a degree in radiology technology with a focus in diagnostic medical sonography. Alexa joined the Seiler Skin team in late 2019 and has been helping patients take control of their skin health ever since.


Alexa brings a depth of clinical experience to Seiler Skin and previously worked at Children’s of Alabama. She also served as a patient coordinator for a plastic/vein surgery office.


Alexa has trained extensively under Dr. Seiler, building her skills and knowledge of both cosmetic laser and injection procedures. Dr. Seiler has personally trained Alexa in advanced laser theory, physics, and application of the procedures she performs under his supervision.  Alexa is also credentialed through the American Registry for Diagnostic Medical Sonography (ARDMS).


As one of our Aesthetic Providers, Alexa assists Dr. Seiler during the patient consultation and treatment processes. She specializes in Exilis, CoolSculpting, laser hair removal (LHR), HydraFacials, and Vampire Facials.


Alexa enjoys exploring the Bluff Park area with her dog, Gus, and loves trying out the newest restaurants and breweries Birmingham has to offer. When she’s not at work, you can oftentimes find her running on local trails and spending time outdoors. 


“I’m passionate about helping patients achieve their skin goals and look/feel their absolute best. Alongside Dr. Seiler and the rest of our team, I’m here to help you discover your own skincare journey!”

Alexa's Skin Care Favorites


Vampire Facial


Alastin Regenerating Skin Nectar

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