Reaching its official one year anniversary, a business that started during the pandemic sees its future looking bright. Right now, the laser industry is huge as opposed to cosmetic surgeries.
BodyBrite Owner Kara Steed has always wanted to work for herself. With a whole year as a business owner under her belt, she is thankful to make it this far and keep going.
“I see a ton of blessings,” Kara Steed believes, “I feel like Grand Junction has really welcomed us with open arms and we started right after things were able to be open for COVID. Ever since then, I felt the public has been super supportive so many blessings. I feel grateful every single day for our clientele and our support in our success.”
“From the foundation of its business, BodyBrite’s first year of success comes from enhancing beauty while staying convenient and affordable,” Cora Dickey reports.
The team find part of the success coming from being authentic in sales along with aesthetic services. From lip fillers to rejuvenation, BodyBrite’s staff see first-hand knowledge through experience builds the growth and trust in both new and loyal clients.
“BodyBrite Care believes that we should speak from a place of truth, that we should know what the service entails and how that service or treatment should feel,” Jenni Adams expresses, “When we have a client call and ask a question about a certain treatment, I can give them a truthful and honest answer about how the services how long it’ll take and what the pain scale will be, if there is any.”
As the industry and technology continues to enhance, BodyBrite’s business will follow while expanding its team and services.