After Covid-19-related delays, Bethesda Row includes a new skincare destination: Heyday, a facial bar which focuses on customized treatments and results-driven products. This is actually the first Electricity-area location in the New You are able to-based company, that is intending to open multiple others in Electricity proper within the next 2 yrs (no specific locations happen to be announced).
When former investment banker Adam Ross couldn’t look for a place to obtain a casual weekend facial, he saw a niche looking for readily available, speedier skincare treatments. In 2015, he partnered with logo and strategy consultant Michael Pollak and together, they opened up the very first Heyday within the NoMad section of New You are able to City.
There isn’t any treatment menu at Heyday. Rather, it provides only one option: a 50-minute customized facial, according to an in-depth skin analysis along with a conversation regarding your skincare goals. Each facial costs $125 and it is performed by an authorized esthetician (for any short time, facials in the Bethesda location are $105). Extra treatments like light box therapy, peels, and gua sha could be added for $40 each. In addition, there’s a choice of an $85-a-month membership plan, with a facial, discounted enhancements, and special member prices on products.
A Heyday treatment room.
Right in front from the store-with a minimalist design, filled with clean lines and neutral colors-clients can purchase skincare items like goggles, cleansers, deodorants, and much more from lines including One Love Organics, Image Skincare, and Naturopathica. Outdoors-concept treatment areas have been in the rear.
To help keep clients safe, Heyday has staggered appointment occasions and implemented hourly sanitation procedures. Masks are presently needed within the shop, no matter vaccination status.
Heyday, a brand new You are able to-based facial bar, has become open in Bethesda.
Heyday Skincare 4922 Elm St., Bethesda.