Men's Facial Treatments
Treat & Train Your Skin
Fit 4 A King Spa Package
For the Deserving Man
You deserve some relaxation time. A favorite of our clients, this spa package includes our Signature Men's Facial which includes steam, mask, and extractions to remove whiteheads and blackheads from the pores, a Sports Massage to stretch out sore and stiff muscles and an Exfoliating Himalayan Salt Scrub to remove dry, itchy skin from the body. You'll feel like the King you are!
Men's Signature Grooming Facial
Customized For Your Needs
Why should women have all the fun? Men need facials too. Our signature facial created for a man's skin in mind comes with deep pore cleansing, exfoliation, steaming to open pores, customized mask, and gentle extractions to remove blackheads.
Brow grooming can be added to a facial for $12.
Keloidalis Nuchae Treatment
(Treats ingrown hairs on scalp and back of neck)
As one of our most popular cosmetic procedures, this treatment has helped countless clients feel more confident and happier in their own skin. Primarily affecting the nape area of the neck, Keloidalis Nuchae is a form of follicular inflammation. Causes: Ingrown hairs, heavy-handed barbers, harsh clippers, close razor shaving and going to multiple barbers that don't practice good sanitation skills. Wearing hats, scarves, wool coats, dress shirt collars, and wave caps can worsen the irritation and inflammation. Using greasy and oily petroleum-based products can clog pores as well as salt from sweating.
Solution: 4-8 week treatment. On the initial visit, you will receive a consultation, Keloidalis Nuchae Treatment, and homecare products. The total for the initial visit is $150. All appointments after the initial visit are $95. For best results, weekly or bi-weekly appointments for ingrown hair treatments should be scheduled.
Teen Clean Facial (age 12-18)
This service is for Pre-Teens/Teenagers to help them with their skin issues and to answer their skincare routine so they can be more confident about their appearance. A facial with cleansing, steaming and a customized mask along with light extractions to remove blackheads/whiteheads if needed.
Razor Bump/Ingrown Hair Beard Treatment
This facial is known for treating ingrown hairs on the chin and neck area from shaving. This treatment loosens up any dead skin that keeps hairs trapped underneath causing ingrown hairs. This will also help to reduce inflammation and inhibit the production of bacteria, leaving skin smooth and clear. Includes exfoliation, steaming, mask, plus a High Frequency treatment on the beard to promote healthy hair growth. Also includes extractions of any whiteheads/blackheads and impacted hairs in the skin.
Book a consultation today to see how our treatment plans can help you to clear, treat and maintain healthy skin.
In-grown hairs or pseudofolliculitis barbae(PFB) is a type of folliculitis (inflammation of the follicle lining) affecting the beard area due to infection with the bacteria Staphylococcus aureus.
It occurs both in men who shave and in men that do not shave. It occurs where the hair is shaved or plucked, including axilla, pubic area, and legs. It is also known as shaving rash or razor bumps.
Pseudofolliculitis barbae is due to shaving, particularly close shaving—because the cut hair may retract beneath the skin surface. It can also occur in skin folds and scars. It occurs mainly in people with curly hair because the curl of the hair means that the sharp pointed end of a recently shaved hair comes out from the skin and re-enters the skin close by causing a foreign body inflammatory reaction. The injured follicles are highly susceptible to become infected, causing folliculitis barbae.
To remedy this condition: Treatment for pseudofolliculitis barbae depends on the severity of the condition. If possible, let the beard grow for 30 days to eliminate ingrown hairs. When ready to shave again, take the following precautions:
Ensure the skin is well moisturized.
A good scrub will exfoliate the surface skin cells and reduces the likelihood of new inflamed spots.
Aim to have a 5 o’clock shadow immediately after shaving. Shave less frequently, e.g. every other day.
Either use a single blade disposable razor or use electric hair clippers or a razor with an attachment that leaves the cut hairs long.
Shave in the direction of the follicle, not against it. Do not stretch the skin.
Sterilize metal hair clippers and electric razors using boiling water, and plastic items should be soaked in an antiseptic solution.