Face Haus facial bar to soon open first Houston location in Rice Village

Face Haus is coming to Rice Village, the first location in Houston for the facial bar. (Courtesy Face Haus)
Face Haus is coming to Rice Village, the first location in Houston for the facial bar. (Courtesy Face Haus)

Face Haus is coming to Rice Village, the first location in Houston for the facial bar. (Courtesy Face Haus)

Face Haus is bringing its open-concept facial bar to Houston for the first time when it has its grand opening in Rice Village on June 20, the company announced in a June 11 news release.

“While we are an LA-born company, we’re huge fans of Texas and have been on the hunt for the right location in Houston for quite a while. We love the neighborhood feel of Rice

Village and the wonderful mix of local and national brands, and we are very excited to be part of the community!” the release said.

The new Haus location, situated at 2509 Amherst St., Ste. 125, Houston, marks the brand’s ninth location across the country and third in Texas, with two Dallas stores opening in 2019, according to the release. With the Houston addition, Face Haus is now looking at additional Texas locations for 2020 and beyond.

Face Haus offers a range of services, including cleanses, exfoliations, peels, polishes, facial waxes, and lip- and eye-area treatments, according to the release. The facial bar also provides targeted treatment options such as the Best Man, which is a guys-only cleanse and renewal, and the Teen Spirit for adolescents looking for clearer, brighter skin, according to the release.


Face Haus Houston is opening with extreme caution and adherence to safety protocols due to COVID-19, according to the release, as the health of both guests and employees is a top priority. Find a detailed list of safety measures here.

The shop's hours will be weekdays 10 a.m.-8 p.m., Saturdays 10 a.m.-8 p.m. and Sundays 11 a.m.-6 p.m. www.thefacehaus.com
By Hunter Marrow
Hunter Marrow came to Community Impact Newspaper in January 2020. Before that, Hunter covered local news in Ontario, OR for three years, covering municipal issues, crime, and education across Malheur County and across the border into Idaho.