A new beauty treatment option is coming to Preston Hollow.
Face Haus, a Los Angeles-based facial spa, is set to open its doors Saturday at the Preston Royal Village shopping center. The facial spa boasts fast spa-grade service without “all the fuss,” according to the company’s website. Most facials, Face Haus claims, can be completed in one hour.
“Dallas is a mecca for beauty, wellness, health and food,” Jen Worley, co-founder and chief creative officer of Face Haus, told CultureMap Dallas. “We believe the desire to get fantastic spa-grade facials on the regular is universal.”
Instead of individualized dark rooms with ambiance music, Face Haus is set up as a bar with two rows of chairs for clients to sit in.
Face Haus services range in price from $30 for a facial treatment for children 10 years old or younger to $145 for an intense, full-scale facial. Most facials cost about $75, according to the company’s website.
Customers can add on services such as microdermabrasion, LED treatments, waxing, and spot treatments for an additional cost.
Face Haus opened its first store in 2013 in Studio City. The company has now expanded to have five California locations with two additional locations in Dallas and New York opening soon.
Worley along with Karey Burke and Dawn Olmstead — all working moms — created the business to provide great facials at affordable prices. After the three attended a facial party, they realized the typical spa facial was too expensive, time-consuming and intimidating.
The three women enlisted dermatologist-to-the-stars Dr. Harold Lancer to create their list of services.
On the store’s opening day, the first 50 people to visit the facial spa will receive gift cards valued between $10 and $75.
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