Facials get rid of excess oil so that you can press your face against puppy-store windows without leaving a print. Look good up close with this voucher.
Choose Between Two Options
- $49 for a Grand Classique facial (a $100 value) and a lactic peel (a $15 value; a $115 total value)
- $39 for an HB Vita-C facial (an $80 value)
After Katy examines faces and pinpoints trouble spots during a brief skin consultation, she turns to one of her specialized facials—all of which relax the whole body via a shoulder, neck, and décolletage massage and hot-stone hand massage while battling blemishes. The Grand Classique also deeply cleanses pores and decreases redness with anti-inflammatory plant extracts. Performed afterward, the lactic peel reveals a fresh facial canvas by exfoliating away the top layer of skin. The HB Vita-C facial refreshes complexions with exfoliation, a steam treatment, deep cleansing, and a vitamin-C moisturizer designed to smooth fine lines and target age spots.
Katy at Daniel & Co.
Past the huge, splashy abstract paintings behind the reception desk and the rows of styling chairs at Daniel & Co., aesthetician Katy Gerard-Yhap pampers skin within a private facial room. Through ultra-personalized facials, she works to undo the effects of age and environmental stressors such as airborne pollutants, UV rays, and constant PSAs about frowning more. She also sets off newly radiant skin with other services including waxing, brow and lash tinting, and permanent makeup.