Faces, like khakis and the space-time continuum, look their best when wrinkle-free. Iron out head creases with today's Groupon: for $137, you get a microcurrent face treatment (a $175 value) with added elastin (a $100 value) at McRae MD Medical Laser Spa in Boerne (a $275 total value).
At McRae MD Medical Laser Spa, which has been featured on Great Day SA, Dr. Elizabeth McRae headlines an experienced staff that dedicates nonsurgical treatments to the cultivation of healthy skin cells. Rather than rely on cheek crutches to lift slumping facial posture, guests opt for the noninvasive microcurrent face treatment––which infuses a combination of electrical stimulation and added elastin to jump start collagen production and unveil a smoother, more youthful visage.
The virtually pain-free procedure has reportedly been used by such celebrities as Susan Sarandon and Meryl Streep, and is designed to reduce wrinkles, firm sagging jowls, tighten pores, and deflate under-eye puffiness. Microcurrent treatments, also referred to as the "lunchtime face-lift," result in little to no downtime and minimal redness, so faces can quickly return to their job of conveying emotions such as "happy" or "not confused."
McRae MD Medical Laser Spa
At her eponymous medical laser spa—which has attracted media attention from Great Day SA and KABB Fox 29’s Daytime @ 9—Dr. Elizabeth McRae draws on 20 years of experience to enhance exteriors with noninvasive procedures. Starting with the face, she and her team of professionals rejuvenate complexions with treatments ranging in intensity from a classic European facial to intense-pulsed-light therapy. Visages that have begun to sag or accrue wrinkles from years of staring at a Rubik’s cube are smoothed with Botox or dermal fillers such as Juvéderm. Clients maintain their looks at home with beauty products from brands such as SkinMedica and Obagi.
Lasers range from gentle Laser Genesis to deeper Clear and Brilliant by Solta to intense resurfacing with ablative Pearl Fractional. The body sculpting is accomplished using intense radio frequency with Trusculpt by Cutera.