Chamber welcomes Refined Aesthetics with ribbon cutting

By Reader Staff

The Greater Sandpoint Chamber of Commerce welcomed Refined Aesthetics Med Spa to the Chamber with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Thursday, May 24.

Left to Right Back: Vicky Jacobson, Chris Williams, Bri Williams, Bob Witte, Erin LeVan, Kate McAlister, Kristin Carlson. Left to Right Front: Ada Williams, Adell Williams

Fourth-generation Sandpoint native Bri Williams opened Refined Aesthetics Med Spa in the summer of 2017. As a career nurse, she has a natural instinct to take care of others. She specializes in providing safe and subtle treatments to help her clients age gracefully, renew their confidence and improve self-image and wellness. “Opening Refined Aesthetics is truly a dream come true. It has been a lot of hard work, but I believe that great things happen when you are willing to put in the effort. With the support of my family, Refined Aesthetics has taken on a life of its own. I love coming to work every day and getting to meet so many wonderful women. This business is so much more than I ever could have hoped for,” said Williams.

Refined Aesthetics offers free consultations and extensive knowledge in skin care and medical treatments including injectables to address fine lines, wrinkles and volume loss, microneedling, platelet-rich plasma therapy (PRP), dermaplaning, chemical peels and professional skincare.

In addition to running her business, Bri works part time as a nurse at the Family Health Center. She and her husband, Chris, are parents to two young daughters, Adell and Ada. She writes health and wellness articles for Sandpoint Living Local and Lake Pend Oreille Neighbors. Bri is also a big supporter of the community she grew up in and welcomes a chance to give back.  You will often find Refined Aesthetics items and gift certificates at charity events and fundraisers.

Refined Aesthetics is on the third floor of the historic Belwood Building at 301 Cedar Street. Bri fondly remembers the building from her childhood and running up and down the ramps with her sister when it was Belwood’s Furniture Store. “The Belwood’s Building is a beautiful space that provides privacy to our clients,” she said. “They often tell me it feels like an escape. I love this building and the history it holds.”

Please join the Greater Sandpoint Chamber of Commerce in welcoming Refined Aesthetics. For more information visit them online at or email [email protected]

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