Merged spa and boutique company opens in Beatrice | Local Organization News

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A new business to Beatrice opened its doors at the beginning of February. Located at 215 N. 19th St., Rose Refinery Spa and Boutique offers massages, facials, chemical peels, system remedies, nails, spray tanning, experience and human body waxing, spa packages, and of study course apparel and equipment.

The current spate of freezing temperatures did not cease a new Beatrice business from receiving a warm welcome from the neighborhood.

Situated at 215 N. 19th St., Rose Refinery Spa and Boutique gives massages, facials, chemical peels, human body treatment plans, nails, spray tanning, experience and physique waxing, spa deals, and of class garments and equipment.

Proprietor Stephanie Krivohlavek stated she has been a massage therapist for in excess of 20 years, and an esthetician for seven many years. She reported she at first started off performing company out of a chiropractor’s workplace in Wilber but quickly outgrew the area. The moment she moved to her possess place in Wilber, Krivohlavek mentioned, she was ready to commence the vogue side of her business enterprise.

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“I have generally appreciated design and apparel, I have also often liked generating persons experience seriously fantastic, as a result why massage and then esthetics,” Krivohlavek reported. “I have often been a moreover-sized man or woman, and so the one thing about procuring is that I would normally get discouraged that there have been really little possibilities for me to be in a position to order, specially when I would go to lesser boutiques. They did not carry nearly anything that would in good shape me, except for commonly like a pair of earrings. I may well be blessed if that one particular dimensions 10 shoe was there. Yrs back I had considered that that would be remarkable to just be able to have that boutique wherever it would be equipped to be sizing inclusive for women, so I just started out little by little bringing in some jewelry and some tops, and people in Wilber liked it, so that just really encouraged me to proceed to develop that.”