Nurses Get Facials on the Haus

Face Haus treated nurses to complimentary facials on National Nurses Day // Photo Credit: AaronAmat/iStock/Getty Images Plus

To give back to the profession that is continuously giving to others, Face Haus decided to celebrate National Nurses Day this year by offering complimentary facials to registered nurses. On Monday, May 6, nurses were invited to visit any of the seven Face Haus locations in California, New York, and Texas to receive the brand’s signature facial on the house.

The Haus Special ($65, 60 minutes) is a facial suitable for all skin types, especially those with dry and dehydrated skin. Lactic acid is used to gently exfoliate while botanical hyaluronic acid seals in moisture and an oxygen blast soothes and heightens hydration. Since there are no extractions, the facial left nurses with radiant skin that was redness-free and event-ready.

Face Haus was designed to be the first-ever open concept facial bar, similar in concept to the ever-popular blowout bar. The relaxed environment emphasizes the Face Haus mission of “facials for the people” by allowing for fuss-free, personalized services that eliminate exorbitant bells and whistles that can make facials inaccessible to those who can’t afford them.

Interested nurses were able to receive the facial for free after presenting their professional medical ID at their local spa. It was the perfect way for nurses to nurse their skin back to health.


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