About Microdermabrasion Skin Exfoliation
What Is Microdermabrasion?
Our microdermabrasion treatment is the perfect tool to turn back the time when it comes to your skin. It helps exfoliate and remove a substantial portion of the outmost layer of skin to help remove age spots, fine lines, and texture irregularities.
Remove age spots, fine lines, and texture irregularities.
How It Works
As we age it takes longer and longer for your skin to make new skin cells compared to when you were young. This leads to a duller complexion that amplifies fine lines and wrinkles. A Sapphire Microdermabrasion treatment uses a sapphire tip to pass over the skin’s surface and exfoliates the stratum corneum (outermost layer of dead skin). This stimulates your skin to turn over cells more quickly and reveal a more radiant complexion.
We are able to treat areas of the skin in which you feel could benefit from a deep Exfoliating Process That Helps Rejuvenate Skin Texture.
- Produces a more Radian Complexion
- Reduces Fine Lines
- Helps with Skin Texture Irregularities
- Promotes Wrinkle Reduction
Why Choose Clarify?
Locally Owned We know San Antonio and our customers, and since we are locally owned and operated, there will always be that personal care and attention that giant corporate chains can’t offer.
Affordable + Financing Available Clarify offers some of the most competitive prices around town. In addition to our affordable pricing, we also offer our clients great financing options. Included in these options is our own in-house financing that has 0% INTEREST and NO-CREDIT CHECK.
Licensed and Certified Staff Did you know Dr. Steven Finder helped write the Texas legislation on laser hair removal technician certification? All of our techs are licensed and certified, and with Dr. Steven Finder’s expertise and Dr. Kimberly Finder as our medical director, you can rest assured that you are in good hands.
Experience We have 30 years of combined experience in cosmetic medicine and dermatology. We have combined dermatology and skin care with the science of physics, engineering, and epidemiology to give you the best possible treatment.
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