Esthetician’s passion creates local spa

Certified esthetician Valerie Enochsen (l) works with her mom Janet Coburn of Kamloops during the arts Health and Wellness Expo in Clearwater.

Certified esthetician Valerie Enochsen (l) works with her mom Janet Coburn of Kamloops during the arts Health and Wellness Expo in Clearwater.

Barriere’s Valerie Enochsen, a certified esthetician, says she has a passion for creating a five star spa experience within the community.

“I constantly strive to offer exceptional service through education, attention to detail, and quality products to help enhance the whole spa experience for my clients,” said Enochsen.

Her Val-Bella Studio and day spa on Oriole Way offers a relaxing atmosphere with pleasing decor. This is where folks can come to be pampered says the esthetician, “The studio is a place where beauty, comfort and personalized attention create a totally memorable and rejuvenating experience – the ultimate spa experience.”

She notes that in Val-Bella customers will not smell toxic chemicals due to artificial nails, or smell hair colouring, they won’t hear hair dryers, and there will be no pagers or cell phones ringing.

Enochsen says her career in the beauty industry has included seven years experience working at “many high-end” beauty and spa facilities on the Lower Mainland. “I want to bring some of that “high-end” atmosphere and quality service to Barriere, and at affordable prices.”

The Val-Bella Studio has been in business in the community for 12 months and Enochsen says she thoroughly enjoys her business.

Gel nails, hand painted nail art, manicures and pedicures, makeup and makeup lessons, waxing, spa manicures and spa paraffin wax are all offered at her Studio.

“I love it all, this is my passion,” says Enochsen.

Appointments can be made by calling 250-819-4026 or by emailing: val_bella_studio@live.ca.

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