Men Need 💙 Too!
Curated For The Guys In Mind



Eczema, psoriasis, cold sores, fresh bruising, open sores, bleeding, tooth abscess, broken jaw or other facial bone, facial cancer, head lice, recently consumed alcohol, under the influence of drugs, unstable blood pressure, recent head injury, recent neck injury, fever, contagious disease, recent haemorrhage, recent scarring, severe acne

  1. Make your appointment at least one week before your special event.
  2. Avoid using exfoliating products at least four days before your facial.
  3. Be prepared to discuss your top three skin care concerns.
  4. Brush your teeth or use breath mints.
  5. Men should shave the day before of their facial appointment.
  6. Bring along your current skin care products.
  7. Perform your normal skincare routine.
  8. Be prepared to turn off your cell phone. No Phones in Facial Treatment Rooms
  1. Drink plenty of water (Recommended 6-8 glasses per day).
  2. Eat a healthy, balanced diet; include at least 5 portions of fruit and vegetables each day.
  3. Avoid smoking.
  4. Avoid drinking large amounts of alcohol.
  5. A regular monthly facial treatment keeps your skin clear in conjunction with using the correct products for your skin type.

Waxing FYI

It is important that we know any medications that you are taking and/or any skin products that you are using. This can ensure a safe and successful waxing experience.
If you are taking or have taken any medications within the past three months, we need to talk. Please contact before scheduling an appointment some medications may cause the skin to thin or to be extra sensitive to waxing. 
These medications may cause the skin to thin or to be extra sensitive to waxing. Thin, sensitive skin can lift with the wax. If you have taken acne medication within the last year it is not advised to wax for one year after you have stopped taking this medication.
If you are currently using any of the following products, they can cause the skin to be overly sensitive. Please inform me prior to your appointment.
Other Acne medications not listed above
Alpha Hydroxy Acids (Glycolic, Lactic)
Topical Antibiotics
Salicylic Acid
Exfoliants/Laser Peels/Microdermabrasion
Remember, it’s important that you inform or update you consent form on what medications you may be taking so we can provide you with a safe waxing experience. If you are taking a medication or using a product that has changed your skin in any way, and you are unsure about the safety of waxing, please talk to your doctor first.

  1. Please shower before your appointment.
  2. Wear loose fit clothing (joggers, legging etc.) + a tank (underarm wax)
  3. Hair must be long enough to pull/ grab with your finger tips
  4. DO NOT trim or clip your hair, if needed we will complete before your service.
  5. We also recommend exfoliating the night before because it removes dead skin build up + makes it a lot easier and a faster session.
  6. DO NOT moisturize prior to your service.
  7. The first time is the worst time, just know that it gets better after every wax. We Promise!
  8. Remember, it will be over before you know it. Being silky smooth is worth a few minutes of discomfort!
  9. Trust us its not as bad as you think, the anxiety is always worse than the actual event. Majority of the time the stories that you hear about hair removal are embellished and made to sound worse than the actual event because everyone loves a good horror story or maybe they just had a bad experience.
    BUT this is your 1st experience at HueVine + we want it to be a good one!!

8-12 hours | No exercise or sexual intercourse.
24 hours | No tanning, hot showers, baths or swimming.
2 days AFTER | Daily:  POWER GEL + 

POWER PADS to regenerate cells + exfoliate dead skin.

Gentleman Brazilian 40 minutes 65

Including front to back of men's intimate regions
**Not including outer buttocks


Chest + Back 45 minutes86


Shoulders + Back 40 minutes59


Shoulders + Chest 30 minutes65


Shoulders + Chest + Back 55 minutes99


Gentlemen Brazilian + Buttocks 72



Cleanse, exfoliate, tone, mask + hydrate



Includes décolleté or bald head
Cleanse, steam or cold compress, exfoliate, treat, massage, tone + hydrate


90 MINUTES 110

Includes décolleté or bald head
Cleanse, steam or cold compress, exfoliate, steam, treat, massage, tone, hydrate with a relaxing massage



Purifies and tones your back with the refined technique of our customized facials, followed by a relaxing/ detoxing massage.


Chemical Peel 75

Enhance and smooth the texture of your skin. It is an effective treatment for facial blemishes, wrinkles, and uneven skin pigmentation. They exfoliate the outer layers of dead skin, revealing a new skin layer with improved tone, texture, and color.


Enzyme Peel 75

Our enzyme peel is our solution for guests with sensitive skin that still want the benefits of a peel. Enzyme peels are also good for diminishing scars, age spots, fine lines, and discoloration, and may also penetrate the skin to cleanse pores and improve skin tone and texture.



Who are facials good for?

Facials are a great option for anyone that wants a clear, balanced complexion. They provide deep cleansing with the mixture of professional grade products, technology, and the knowledge of a professional esthetician who understands skin conditions and anatomy. Facials can maintain the health of skin, address and correct certain skin conditions, and improve the overall appearance and texture of your skin.

Facials are available to both men and women of any age and those that need to combat specific skin issues. However, there are some conditions that can prevent the performance of some or all facial services. They include:

  • Contagious diseases such as HIV, herpes or hepatitis, pinkeye, or ringworm
  • Skin disorders or diseases
  • Pregnancy (unless cleared by your physician)
  • Skin Irritation
  • Allergies to products and ingredients
  • Severe, uncontrolled hypertension
  • Limited services can be performed (sometimes with medical clearance):
  • Electrical contraindications like pacemakers and implants
  • Medical Conditions

What is a men's facial?

Men's facials are a lot like women's facials but are formulated to the unique needs of men's skin. They usually deal with problems men commonly face, such as razor burn and ingrown hairs, dullness, and sensitivity. Some target skin that has been damaged by the elements like sun and wind, some target acne, and some target aging.

What happens during a facial for men?

We deeply cleanse skin before exfoliating away dead skin cells, steaming open pores, performing extractions to clear individually clogged pores, and applying a toner with the application of a custom mask and products.

Why should men get facials?

Men's skin and women's skin differ in a few key areas. For instance, men's skin is 25% thicker, has a higher collagen density and produces more sebum oil, which can lead to more breakouts. That's why facials tailored specifically to men's skin exist.

It's also an opportunity to exfoliate the top half of your face the way the bottom half is exfoliated when you shave (yup, you're exfoliating each time you shave). It's an opportunity to chat with one of our professional skin specialist about the types of products you should be incorporating into your grooming routine at home. They can point you toward moisturizers, serums, and toners specifically formulated to male skin and its unique problems.

Also, did we mention the massage? In addition to being really relaxing, studies show that facial massage may help tone skin and prevent wrinkles and crows feet. Win-win.

Do I need to shave before my facial?

If you're working a full beard, you don't have to ditch it before your facial. In fact, the products used during your facial may also benefit your facial hair, making it look shinier and healthier.

If you do shave, make sure you do it the day before, not the day-of your facial. Freshly-shaven skin will be more prone to irritation during the facial, so it's best to wait at least 24-hours after shaving before loading on the topical treatments.

How often should you get a men's facial?

Your skin should feel noticeably clean and soft after just one facial, but if you want that youthful glow to last, you should commit to booking a facial once a month. Why? It takes around a month for skin cells to go through their entire life cycle, meaning your face will be full of dead, dull skin cells ready to be sloughed off again within that time frame.

How often should you get a men's facial?

Your skin should feel noticeably clean and soft after just one facial, but if you want that youthful glow to last, you should commit to booking a facial once a month. Why? It takes around a month for skin cells to go through their entire life cycle, meaning your face will be full of dead, dull skin cells ready to be sloughed off again within that time frame.

What are the benefits of a facial?

Regular facial treatments:

  • Deep Cleanse
  • Exfoliate
  • Increase Circulation and Detoxifies
  • Relaxes the senses, nerves, and muscles
  • Stimulates skin functions and metabolism
  • Slows premature aging
  • Treats conditions such as dryness, oiliness, or redness
  • Softens wrinkles and aging lines
  • Helps clear up minor blemishes and acne

What are extractions?

Extractions are the removal of impurities and impacted pores – specifically, blackheads, whiteheads, milia (hardened “sesame seed” like whiteheads), and sebaceous filaments (pores blocked by oil produced in the skin). Removal of these impactions allows reduced pore size while allowing them to “breathe”.

How do I know what type of facial I need?

Our estheticians are trained and licensed to properly identify various skin types, conditions, and the proper approach to each. Based on your intake form, consultation, and a thorough skin analysis she will be able to suggest the best approach to reaching your skin care goals.

What is a chemical peel?

Chemical peels are a type of exfoliation treatment.

What are the benefits of a chemical peel?

Chemical peels remove dead skin cells resulting in:

  • Improved skin texture
  • Increased skin cell turnover
  • Reduced fine lines and wrinkles
  • Reduction or removal of dark spots (sun damage and hyperpigmentation)
  • Stimulation of elastin and collagen (substances that make your skin firm and toned)
  • Smoother softer skin

What are the side effects of a chemical peel?

Chemical peels remove layers of skin which will temporarily make your skin more sensitive to sun exposure. As a result, it is necessary to wear at least an SPF 30 for protection and avoid the sun while receiving chemical peel treatments.

Due to chemical peels exfoliating it is not unusual to experience actual flaking and peeling. This will subside within a few days.

How do I prepare for a chemical peel?

To experience the most amazing results from your peel please avoid waxing, depilatory creams or any other exfoliating product or procedure that may cause dryness or irritation for 5 days before. If you want to peel over the weekend we recommend scheduling your appointment on Wednesday.

3 days before your peel please avoid products and/or procedures:

  • Any products containing retinol, AHA or BHA, or benzoyl peroxide
  • Any exfoliating products or procedures that may be drying to the area’s to be treated

How often can I have a chemical peel treatment?

Chemical peels can be performed in individual treatment or in a series of treatments to see more significant results. Some chemical peels are gentle enough to receive treatments every 2 to 3 weeks while others are safer to receive every 4 to 6 weeks. We will discuss a treatment planned designed specifically for you and your skin care goals.

Is there any downtime with a chemical peel treatment?

No. The type of chemical peels performed at HueVine does not result in any downtime.

Who should avoid chemical peels?

  • Recent cosmetic surgeries, laser resurfacing, chemical peels, or dermabrasion
  • Recent injectables, fillers, or B*tox
  • Allergies or sensitivities to products or ingredients
  • Pregnancy (unless medically cleared by your physician)
  • Herpes Simplex
  • Hyperpigmentation tendencies
  • Inflamed rosacea or acne
  • Open sores or suspicious lesions
  • Sunburned or irritated skin
  • Photosensitizing medications (makes skin very sensitive to sun)
  • Other contraindicated drugs or medication