Spas have a strange reputation. Often associated with luxury, overindulgence, and excess, they do provide some services like facials that we should have in our everyday lives – only if was more accessible without a high price tag. Noticing this incongruity, Heyday brings the facial out of the spa setting and to the masses with their design-focused physical locations. Currently in NYC with 4 locations (a 5th slated to open later this month) with plans to expand outside of Gotham, Heyday offers a transparent pricing model, a setting that is conducive to your lifestyle with phone chargers, ambient music to set the mood, and comfortable chairs. This NYC startup makes receiving a facial and skin-care treatment as seamless as booking a haircut. The company also produces their own skin care products. The Heyday experience redefines skin care as an element of self care that does need to be reserved for the luxury market.
AlleyWatch chatted with CEO and cofounder Adam Ross about the Startup and discussed the company’s most recent round of funding.
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