Caci, a national beauty therapy and appearance medicine clinic, is calling Queenstown’s growing retail hub Remarkables Park Shopping Centre ‘home’.
With 37 clinics throughout New Zealand, Caci has opened the doors to its Queenstown clinic, starting with a week of opening celebrations.
The new light and bright Caci clinic has a prominent position at the main entrance to Remarkables Park Shopping Centre, and owner Tina Mathieson is “thrilled” with its location.
She said Remarkables Park Shopping Centre in Frankton was her “first choice for location” in order to be amongst the locals.
Mathieson said she saw a gap in the market for appearance enhancement medicine and decided to bring Caci to Queenstown.
“Our core purpose is to give women the confidence to look and feel their best,” she said.
“I love the Caci brand; it’s recognised nationwide, with a really positive reputation for helping women achieve great results. It’s quite an inspiring company, and one that I’m really proud to be part of.”
The Caci team specialise in results-driven treatments, skin care, laser hair removal, appearance medicine and day-to-day beauty therapy needs.
Mathieson said she and husband Pete fell in love with Queenstown 16 years ago when walking the Milford Track on their first wedding anniversary.
“We bought land, built a home on a lifestyle block, and have never looked back!
“It’s fantastic to have my own business to offer in the best retail space available.”
Tina and her team consist of beauty therapist Vicki Bates, registered nurse Kayla Harrison and treatment co-ordinator Ebony Hornibrook.
Catering for some of the thousands of locals and visitors the centre attracts each year, Remarkables Park Shopping Centre General Manager David Tompkins said the team was “extremely excited” about the new business opening.
“We’re very much looking forward to Caci’s offering, which will complement a range of health and beauty services already on offer at Remarkables Park Shopping Centre.
“A number of exciting new businesses have either opened at the centre over the past few months or are scheduled to open their doors before Christmas, so visitors and locals can enjoy an ever-growing range of products and services.”