Vain Spa- Nails & Massage opens to pamper customers

PRIEST RIVER —Jamesina Griesemer and Leslie Ritter-Meek have opened Vain Spa Nails & Massage in the Cottonwood Village. The business is warm and inviting and customers feel welcome as the duo offer relaxation and enjoyment.

“Pamper yourself once, and you will want to come back. In these hard, stressful times, everyone deserves an hour or two to lose themselves in relaxation,” Ritter-Meek said.

 Vain Spa is excited to bring bigger and better services including Exfo’s, muds, pedi’s, beautiful nails and the best massage! There’s a steam sauna for feet and the pedicure and manicures are totally custom acrylic.

Griesemer has been in business here for over eight years and is ready to be on her own. She went to school at Headmasters and has been in the industry for 13 years and her experience is evident and she has built a solid reputation.

Ritter-Meek was just coming out of school and looking for a place to practice. This was a perfect fit for both. She went to AICM and studied for 17 months of intense training. She has taken the national certification and is also licensed in Washington.

Customers so far are raving about the atmosphere and what a great addition to the community. They love the shop and services that are provided.

Vain Spa is joining with Trendz Salon in bringing the Shanty to town this Friday, April 20 from 1-7 p.m. This is an all things spring customer appreciation “out with the old, in with the new” event. Catering will be by Christopher Porter. There will be hats, swimwear, sarongs, sunglasses, jewelry and handbags. Pink Papaya products, $2 bling, Norwex demos, and 10 foils for $25-low lights or highlights. Free mini pamper yourself treatments! There’s appetizers, desserts, door prizes and hourly drawings for prizes.

Stop by Vain Spa at 5486 Highway 2 Suite 104 or call 208-290-4910 or 208-946-0195.

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