Bland and Ricketts grew their devoted following through digital platforms like Instagram; @houseofpreservation boasts 14,400 followers and counting.
Is Fitzhugh the new Knox? It must be, now that former online skincare platform House of Preservation has opened its brick-and-mortar. With a focus on client customization, co-owners Brittany Ricketts and Rylie Bland—who are Aveda Institute-certified estheticians as well as laser certified by the National Laser Institute—work to create an individualized Skin Care Prescription tailored for your very specific needs. Wanna clear up dark spots? Perhaps a BBL photofacial ($295) is in order. Are your crow’s-feet making you rethink a hearty smile? Botox (from $100) can take care of that. Or maybe you just need a streamlined daily skincare program. Ricketts and Bland can amend your plan with products you already own and love, and draw up steps on how to achieve your goals, including lessons on proper product layering and supplements. Get ready to glow. 3219 N. Fitzhugh Ave.
Photography Courtesy Of: rhi lee photography