Today we’d like to introduce you to Kandis Bowman.
Hi Kandis, thanks for joining us today. We’d love for you to start by introducing yourself.
I honestly always thought I would end up in the medical field because I’m so fascinated by the body, how it works, and helping people. Problem-solving has always been fun to me – I love a good challenge. Another interest of mine has always been all things beauty. When I discovered I could combine the two, I knew exactly what I wanted to do. In 2015 I graduated from the esthetics program and immediately landed a job with a franchise. The company itself was fantastic, but I wanted more. I constantly felt unappreciated by the owners, and truthfully there was no room for advancement. Fast forward to my struggle to become a mom. During my infertility journey, I vowed to be the best version of myself, and shall I become fortunate enough; I will give my child the best life I could. In 2020 I welcomed a beautiful baby boy, and in 2022 RejuveSpa was born. I now have the flexibility to have a career that I love while being the best mom I can be!
Would you say it’s been a smooth road, and if not, what are some of the biggest challenges you’ve faced along the way?
It has not been a smooth road. Businesses have been slow, some even being forced to close. It has been a constant in the back of my mind, but I refuse to give up! Covid-19 has been in the way for many.
We’ve been impressed with RejuveSpa LLC, but for folks who might not be as familiar, what can you share with them about what you do and what sets you apart from others?
When I came up with the idea for RejuveSpa, it intended to offer everyone the best yet affordable advanced facial treatments, dermaplaning, face and body waxing, eyebrow tinting, and more in a comfortable and welcoming atmosphere. I am dedicated to continued education, results, quality of service, and making my space a judgment-free zone. What sets me apart from the others is that every appointment is serviced one-on-one to ensure quality, safety, and privacy.
We’d love to hear what you think about risk-taking?
Depending on the situation, however, I took a major risk opening a small business during a pandemic and what some would call a U.S crisis. There is never a correct time to do things. If you want something bad enough, you have to go for it.