Dr. Elizabeth McRae
Dr. Elizabeth McRae has been Board Certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine since 1991. She graduated from the University of Oklahoma Health Science Center where she received her Medical Degree. Dr. McRae received her internal medical training as part of the LSU Charity Hospital System. She is also a fellow of the American College of Physicians. Dr. McRae has practiced Advanced Laser Aesthetics since 2005. She has been a member of the American Society of Laser Medicine and Surgery since 2007. Dr. McRae has trained with specialists in the Laser and Aesthetic fields, both Plastic Surgeons and Dermatologists, to bring the latest in Aesthetic Services to the Texas Hill Country.
Locally active, Dr. McRae was named Rotarian of the Year for her club in 1994. She was President of the United Way of Kendall County and has served every office of the Kendall County Medical Society as both a past president and charter member since 1996. She has also served as founding medical director for Medical Mission for health for 10 years and was named Hill Country Outstanding Woman in business in 1997. She has hand-picked an elite staff to serve her patients. This staff includes Joyce Clair, ANP and RN, Phyllis Willoughby, LVN, and Lyn Augello our aesthetician . Our goal is to make your entire experience with us as perfect as possible.
Dr. McRae is proud to offer non-surgical skin care options to patients in Boerne, TX, San Antonio, TX, Fredericksburg, TX, Bandera, TX, Kerrville, TX, Pipe Creek, TX and the surrounding areas.
Dr. Elizabeth McRae was recently interviewed on FOX Daytime @ 9!
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Expose the Truth About Skin Care
Obagi Blog 8/23/12
As you sort through managing a proper skin care regimen and maintaining a healthy lifestyle, you’re not always equipped with the correct information. Lucky for you, we’ve tackled a handful of common myths that you might encounter in your quest for beautiful, healthy-looking skin.
Myth #1—Skin should feel tight after you wash. That means it’s clean!
If your skin feels tight after cleansing then you have stripped the skin of all of its water, causing dead skin cells to build up on the surface.1 To combat this, avoid strong cleansers like bar soaps. Remember that what you cleanse with is the foundation and most important part of your skin care routine..... click here to read full blog!