A Story about Us.  A Promise to You.


In 1994, our owner-operator and namesake, Paris Alexander, envisioned an intimate, boutique-size spa in the centrally-located Dupont Circle neighborhood, where discerning individuals would find experienced, caring practitioners passionate about skincare and wellness.  Cited as “a hidden gem,” we are honored that our commitment and our longevity in the aesthetic and wellness industries have been featured in several publications such as Essence, Heart and Soul, the Washingtonian, and CBSlocal.com as well as spotlighted in the news outlets of local TV stations and international web broadcasts.

As your partner in beauty and wellness, we welcome you to a calm and restorative respite from the hustle and bustle of daily life.  Our highly-trained and experienced aestheticians, massage therapists and wellness practitioners listen to you and customize their techniques to support your skin and wellness goals.  Our loyal clientele appreciates the pampering, education and provision of custom on-going treatment/prevention.   We offer promotional incentives for your first visit and reward your continued loyalty.  Extending our spa home to you, becoming your partner in beauty and wellness, is our privilege and professional joy.

CBS rates Paris Alexander Day Spa as a

"Best Place for Facials in DC!"

Tucked away in a neighborhood just blocks from Dupont Circle, from the outside Paris Alexander looks like an ordinary townhome, but on the inside it is a full-service spa. The staff recommends an examination and skin analysis prior to services to guarantee clients choose the correct facial treatment to suite individual skin types. An express, 30-minute facial is just $40. The Parisian Classic, which includes microdermabrasion, can cost up to $160. The spa also offers teen facials. For convenience, appointments may be booked online



Paris' pumpkin facial featured on global news agency!

(go to :28 in the video)




 Paris Alexander Day Spa received high honors and praise, being the two-time winner of the 

"Best of Washington" award in 2008 and 2009