Getting pampered is not just for women. Men's grooming is a new trend and the perfect gift for dad this Father's Day.
"My dad deserves the same relaxation that I just experienced, so I would love to send him in to get a manicure, pedicure, facial," said client Jake Lebowitz.
"Gentlemen's facial, massages, pedicures, manicures; anything that a woman can have, a man can have as well," said Sarah Rizzo, Esthetician at Spa at the Del Monte.
Around 25 percent of the clients at the Del Monte Spa are men. With more men stopping in, the spa in Pittsford has added more services.
Client, Jake Lebowitz, experienced a facial for the first time. Besides a pedicure, manicure and haircut, Jake says he was unsure if he should take part in the new fad...men's grooming.
"Men deal with the same day in and day out stress that women deal with. Aside from the physical aspect, it's very nice to come in and relax and relieve some of that stress," said Lebowitz.
Sarah Rizzo works at the local spa. She says clients of all ages and professions receive the men's grooming treatments. From teenage boys to grandfathers, even athletes like to treat themselves.
"Athletes probably need the massage definitely and also they sweat alot so probably get their pores cleaned out, get a good facial treatment, extractions, exfoliation and can also use the downtime to relax," said Rizzo.
Rizzo says the same products and protocol are used for men during treatments. Although most are hesitant at first, they end up not regretting the experience.
"They will say my wife set me up for this, I'm a little nervous. There's nothing to be nervous about you are just going to relax and enjoy," said Rizzo.
"I would say don't knock it before you try it," said Lebowitz.