Everyday Facial

Our signature facial featuring CLARA products that will leave you and your skin refreshed, relaxed, and glowing




No downtime!


LED Light $50
High Frequency $40
Dermaplaning $60

Before & After

Immediately After

Common Questions

One week before your facial, stop using exfoliating products (including retinol/tretinoin, AHAs, BHAs, and scrubs).

Come to your appointment well-hydrated and ready to relax.

Facials can be safely performed in pregnancy, but be sure to tell your provider if you are pregnant so the products can be adjusted accordingly.

Take a deep breath, and relax for your facial. The CLARA Everyday Facial is our signature steam facial that includes deep hydration, massage, and extractions. This facial is a great way to get familiar with CLARA products and jump start your skin care routine, customized to your needs.

Avoid applying makeup on the day of your facial, to allow your skin to rest.

You can resume using your skin care products and wearing makeup and sunscreen the day following your facial.

Take home the CLARA products that were recommended for you during your facial at a 10% discount to keep the good skin going, everyday!

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We’re committed to giving you the time and attention you need without red tape or insurance restrictions. That means upfront pricing, clear language, and no billing surprises.

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A chemical peel is a process of applying a chemical solution to your skin to address your concerns and to improve the appearance of your skin.

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