New business Main St. Skin offers facials, massages and other services – Parsons Sun
Relaxation, rejuvenation and self-care are all attainable at Main St. Skin.
Facials, massages and waxing and other services are available at the new business in Parsons, 1721 Main St. Owner Cameron Reitemeier seeks to create a place of tranquility for her clients.
“We need to have more self-care in this world,” she said.
Main St. Skin offers a variety of facials. People also can get a facial massage, chemical peel, hydro dermabrasion, dermaplaning or waxing of the face.
Joining Reitemeier at Main St. Skin are Brienne Cunningham, a massage therapist, Kirstie Howell, a massage therapist, and Cassie Bell, a waxologist.
Reitemeier, an esthetician, graduated from Eric Fisher Academy in Wichita and passed her boards in June 2019.
“I wasn’t really sure what I was going to do in high school, and then I went and visited the school, Eric Fisher Academy in Wichita, and I just kind of fell in love with the school,” she said. “And I was like, ‘I’m going here.’”
Reitemeier worked at A & Company Salon in Parsons, offering skin care services such as facials for about two years before her new adventure.
“It was a great place for me to start out,” she said about A & Company Salon. “The girls there are amazing.”
Reitemeier then took the step in establishing Main St. Skin.
“So we found the building, and I just took the leap. And I was like, ‘OK perfect,’” she said. “So, never thought I’d be 22 years old with my own business.”
Reitemeier said she got the idea to open her business last summer, and she and her family began remodeling the property on Main Street after acquiring it in September. Once a doctor’s office, the inside and outside of the building is furnished in a clean, modern and simplistic style.
“I think it’s beautiful. Not to toot my own horn, but I love it,” she said.
Reitemeier started offering services at the end of December.
She said she was motivated to get into this profession after experiencing her own skin issues.
“I struggle with my skin,” she said. “And it’s something that’s not really talked about often. And so, I kind of just fell in love …….