This is where my journey into holistic health began.

After initially finding my niche in bridal beauty, I started taking a closer look at the products I was personally using and recommending to my clients.  I discovered many ingredients in these products are actually cancer-causing chemicals, reproductive toxins and unsafe synthetics. 

I always felt that I had an entrepreneurial spirit within.

After years of practicing traditional esthetics and feeling frustrated with the lack of results, I enrolled at the world’s foremost school for holistic health, The Institute for Integrative Nutrition.  In 2017, I graduated as a Certified Holistic Health Coach.  Eager to help my guests achieve optimal health from the inside out, I revised my offerings and began treating my clients’ skin with an entirely new “whole skin” approach.  Today, I own my own private studio–Jennie Fresa Beauty–nestled away on the shoreline of CT, where I provide personalized skin care services and expert brow styling.

With over 20 years of experience working in the beauty industry and thousands of women served, you can feel confident that when you step into the studio, you are in the best of hands.  

Awarded “Best Brows on Shoreline” by ELIST

Facials here are like medicine for the soul.

My space is peaceful and safe.--an oasis from the outside world.  When you step into my studio, I want to invigorate all five senses with a luxury experience that relaxes the body and soothes the mind.  With my detailed-oriented and professional approach, my clients can rest assured that they are well taken care of during their visits. 

Get amazing skin and killer brows

Jennie Fresa + The Sixth House Stands For

Diversity and inclusion are an essential part of our social sustainability work, and for us, it means understanding, accepting, and valuing differences among individuals. We always respect and embrace individuals from different ethnicities, races, sexual orientations, religions, age groups, body types, and classes throughout the company.

A portion of proceeds each quarter go to support either Girls Opportunity Alliance, Hearts & Bones Animal Rescue or The Trevor Project.