Jessica E. Lauren is a woman who is passionate about aesthetic medicine and the beauty industry. But she did not get to own The Botox Lady Medical Spa and Aesthetics and become The Botox Lady until after a set of unfortunate events occurred in her life.
All of this motivated Jessica to consider starting her own business. She was a 36 year old woman with a college education, a professional master’s degree in medicine, and years of corporate experience, but seemed to be unable to find an ethical job in her field.
Today, Jessica, aka The Botox Lady, runs a business that bears her own name “The Botox Lady Medical & Aesthetic Spa, where she offers her customers a variety of services from injectables to skin care to plastic surgery.
At the beginning, the idea to start her own business came up in a conversation she was having with her husband who is a retired funeral director and coroner. Soon after, The Botox Lady was born, with a $3,000 debt.
When The Botox Lady was starting, there were the normal fears: fear of the present, of failure, of loss of money and of personal disappointment. But The Botox Lady made sure that these fears fed her passion, instead of slowing her down.
Moreover, The Botox Lady believes that having a positive mindset is invaluable when starting a business. She thinks that giving into fear would only lead to being consumed, while thinking that every little step is a success will lead to achieving the desired goals.
Following this piece of advice, The Botox Lady has been able to grow her medical and aesthetic spa, and succeed with her own business. This way she has achieved financial freedom, which isn’t just having luxuries and money, but just being able to “make your own choices without fearing financial ruin.”
All of this has allowed The Botox Lady to thrive even in the middle of a crisis. During the pandemic, she has been able to partner with an intravenous nutrition company, and offer antibody and viral testing to customers. She was able to do all this in a very competitive market and as a mid-level provider.