Pampered at Spa Rivier

The staff at Spa Rivier offer a wide variety of services including massage, nails and pedicures

Spa Rivier spa staff: left to right back: Savannah Davies

Spa Rivier offers a full suite of spa services to its customers always with a focus on quality products and client-centred, safe treatments.

Well-trained staff provide expert services in four main areas including pedicures, nails, massage and facial departments.

First in foot care, Spa Rivier delivers medically-approved, fully autoclave sanitizing procedures. A pedicure with Spa Rivier is safe and thoroughly enjoyable. Who doesn’t appreciate happy feet.

With two fully certified level 4 pedologists, diabetic clients are also assured of the best care possible.

“All our products are one-time use only, even our files have peel off one-customer usage,” Spa Rivier owner Donna Jacobsen said.

In Spa Rivier’s nail department two nail technicians offer a full range of services including gel nails, acrylic nails, gel polish and all the decorative art.

“We also carry through our high standard of tool sterilization and customer care,” Jacobsen added.

Heading into the massage department, Kandis Arno and Jody Rosner take special care to provide first class relaxation and therapeutic massages. Jody is new to the spa and brings excellent skills and 10 years experience in the beauty and spa industry. With a massage and spa practitioner certificate and training in relaxation and deep tissue massage, reflexology, Eminence organic facials, manicures, pedicures gel polish, St. Tropez spray tans and most waxing, she looks forward to providing clients with a truly blissful experience.

“With two massage practitioners we’re pleased to offer couple massages and corporate event services,” Donna said.

Spa Rivier’s beauty boutique features innovative, customized treatments utilizing two unique products lines. Eminence skincare is an award-winning organic line from Hungary while the anti-aging Comfort Zone is an Italian line founded in science with an international reputation for excellence and a diverse range of product and treatment offerings.

“These brands are the choice in many of the world’s best spas,” Jacobsen said of Eminence and Comfort Zone’s world class reputations.

She added, “I won’t carry a line that doesn’t offer, here in Quesnel, an educational component. All spa staff enjoy the educational services of the brands we carry.”

Spa Rivier is pleased to offer its clients the Jane Irerdale line of mineral cosmetics, the only cosmetic approved by the Canadian Cancer Society.

“Healthy makeup goes hand and hand with healthy skin,” Donna said.

New to Spa Rivier is the services of Dr. Badenhorst who will provide Botox and Juvederm Softlift treatments.

“These treatments do not replace good skin care but it can give you instant results,” she added.

However, according to the literature, creams work well on the surface of the skin, Botox Cosmetic works below the surface to relax the muscles that cause the lines and wrinkles to form.

As we age, it’s not just about lines and wrinkles though. The face can also lose its fullness and appear to sag. Juvederm Voluma is a facial filler specifically designed to instantly add back volume to your cheeks and chin giving the face a more youthful profile.

For more information on either of these treatments, drop by Spa Rivier.

In business since 1985, Spa Rivier has built its reputation one customer at a time and Jacobsen and her staff are very proud of the quality of services they provide in the spa, salon and product lines.

“When you’re choosing spa services, make an informed choice,” Donna said.

“Our growth and success have stood the test of time – just ask our clients.”

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