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Most Popular Men’s Spa Services

Web Editor | July 10, 2011 | 12:32 PM

Most Popular Men’s Spa Services“The Ivy Gentleman Facial is the favorite men’s spa service. This facial addresses the sensitivity of the man’s face while deeply moisturizing and refining the pores and elasticity of the face and neck. The gents love to be pampered, too—until they have tried it, they just don’t know it.”

Dreama Kees
Ivy Salon and Spa
Greenville, South Carolina

“Here at Performance Salon and Color Spa, we have found that our male clients enjoy the touch of our massage therapists. Our Deep Tissue Massage is the most popular, with Spa Pedicures coming in at a close second.”

Christopher Morton
Performance Salon & Color Spa
St. Louis, Missouri

“The most popular treatment would have to be our massages. Our guys can choose from a variety of massage options, ranging from the Not Long Enough (30 minutes) all the way to the Two Long (two-hour massage). All of our massages include a hot therapeutic paraffin treatment for the hands or feet. LaBarberia also offers Hot Rocks as an upgrade for any massage, as well as a number of other body treatments that revitalize and rejuvenate the skin.”

Kristen Scharfeld, marketing manager
LaBarberia Salon and Spa
Cleveland, Ohio

“It’s the Men’s Facial: a deep pore cleansing with steam and a hot towel wrap, extractions (releasing the ingrown hairs rather than plucking them out) and exfoliation, followed by a clay or hydrating mask with moisturizer and sunscreen. Home care products such as cleanser, exfoliant and sunscreen are favorites for the male client.”

Angela Green
Pampered
Oakland, California

“Pedicures are really big for our male guests. Many of them want to book with other businessmen so they can converse over topics of interest to them. They’ll specifically ask for
coordinating appointments.”

Noelyne Langston
Noelyne Ltd.
Fayetteville, North Carolina

“Our Spa-Jet. We started men with a few complimentary hydro-treatments and they love the idea that they can customize their water massage experience on their own. It’s easy clean-up, the room is comfortable and gives us the chance to talk with them about other body treatments.”

Cynthia Zahn Pierpaoli
For Appearances Sake
River Forest, Illinois

“Many men seek out our salon for our men’s facial is the most popular in our spa. However, our salon has won the ‘Best Men’s Haircuts’ recognition from Boston magazine, which brings in many for cuts. We do about 40 percent in men’s cuts alone. Our newest salon and spa is in a sports complex with the Boston Celtics basketball team’s training center in our building.”

Angela Guido
Daryl Christopher Wellness Salon And Day Spa
Boston, Massachusetts

“We offer a package that we refer to as our Men’s Spa Experience. That package encompasses the full range of services we offer—it has the Swedish massage, a facial that’s designed for men, and we also provide our foot and hand care services. We offer a heat wrap as well, which provides an additional focus on the face, scalp and neck—areas that the men find very important. Then we top it off with a hot stone foot massage. It’s about a four-hour experience.”

Greg Dickerson
Breathe Day Spa
Salt Lake City, Utah

“I would say our most popular men’s service is ‘The Threesome,’ which is a mini manicure, mini pedicure and a neck massage.”

Michelle Smith-Anderson
Rejuve Salon Spa
Raleigh, North Carolina

“We have a lot of male body waxing for our part of the country.  We perform everything from brows to ‘boy-zilians.’ It seems that not many salons here will do full body waxing on men.”

Sam Johnston
ABQ Hair Studio
Albuquerque, New Mexico

“Back and chest waxing followed by an upper body scrub and polish is very popular. They also love the hot lather straight razor shave after a hair cut.”

Cherry Petenbrink
Shabangs
St. Mary’s, Georgia

 

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