Joyce Grooming is the newly opened men's grooming shop and treatment centre in the basement of Landmark, in the genius floor that has come into its own as Landmark Men. Glad Hongkong Land finally figured out how to maximize the potential of that area, even though I miss Pizza Hut. Loads of awesome indie beauty brands, as is the schtick at Joyce Beauty, the hippest beauty boutique in the city. They include: Izola soaps (more on that later), minimalist skincare range Milk & Co developed by Olympic swimmer Michael Klim, Quintessence candles, Truefitt & Hill shaving instruments (as endorsed by Winston Churchill, Charles Dickens, Oscar Wilde, Frank Sinatra and, yes, Lord Byron), Clarisonic brush exfoliators (in grey so it's for boys) and a load of great artisan colognes.
Also available is a treatment area for spa experiences: facials for $1,000; manis ($200), pedis ($500) and brow-shaping ($250)