Meet Dr. Bawa the Rejuvenation Queen

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Dubbed the Rejuvenation Queen, Dr. Bawa is the cream of the crop when it comes to medicine.  Her practice in Boca Raton offers more than just skin care – it offers a plethora of services to make you feel great from the outside in!

Meet Dr. Bawa!

To speak with someone that is so passionate about what she does (aside from the fact so well-educated and trained), is like a breath of fresh air.  There are many medical spas out there offering what they say is the latest in technology and trends.  But to have someone that has been trained by the inventors (in some cases being one of only a few in the world properly trained and certified), and knowledgable about general medicine as well as skincare is very hard to come by.

Enough of my chatting – meet Dr. Bawa!

When you were little what did you want to be when you grew up?

A fighter pilot

How did you come up with the idea for your business?

I started out my career as a Cleveland Clinic trained, board certified Emergency Medicine specialist. I am one of the 40% of women who experience visible hair loss by the age of 40. My own hair transplant did not go well, and I knew that there was a better way to perform hair restoration and transplantation. That sent me back into training as a cosmetic and laser surgeon. I decided to open my hair restoration and transplantation practice but wanted to do facial rejuvenation as well, and then that took me into intimate rejuvenation. So, I started out thinking I would open a hair restoration practice but ended up opening a state-of-the-art rejuvenation practice that does skin, hair and intimate rejuvenation under one roof.

What is the biggest struggle you’ve encountered as an entrepreneur and how did you solve it?

I take pride in my practice and not only does it bear my name, it is an extension of me. So, what happens under my roof is of utmost importance to me. I cannot be physically involved in every step of the process despite my desire to be, so I have sat down with all the members of my team and have ensured that the process is seamless, and that our patient experience is stellar in every way, at every step.

What do you think are the pros and cons of being a womanpreneur?

I find it interesting that people are often shocked when I negotiate. I sign all my checks. I know every single vendor by name. People are taken aback by that. Again, my practice is an extension of me. I run my own home. I multitask as a single parent. I run my practice. What’s the difference?

Do you have any mentors or coaches that you work with?

I have several mentors. I find that there is something to learn from everyone. My vendors can be a great source of information and learning, my colleagues at conferences, friends from medical school, parents from my sons’ school, and so many more. I have never limited myself to teachers and coaches in the traditional sense.

What advice would you give to someone reading this that has the entrepreneurial “itch”?

Just do it.

What is the secret to achieving work-life balance for you?

You win some, you lose some. You just do the best you can. If you strive for perfection you will be disappointed.

How do you find inspiration?

My family inspires me to be the best I can be in all that I do. I also find travel genuinely inspiring. I travel as much as I possibly can. It never gets old.

What is your favorite book?

That’s a tough one for a woman with two degrees in English Literature. I am currently re-reading Outliers by Malcolm Gladwell, and I find it fascinating.

What is your favorite quote?

“Remember that sometimes not getting what you want is a wonderful stroke of luck.” ― Dalai Lama XIV

What do you do to decompress?

Time spent with loved ones is priceless. Netflix. A great vacation. A glass of Riesling. All winners in my book.

Tea or coffee?

Tea

Favorite flower?

Roses

Are you as confused as I am when it comes to skincare?

I don’t know about you guys, but when it comes to skincare products my heads spins a bit.  There are so many brands out there, with so many different product lines that promise so many different benefits – it gets so confusing.
I spent some time chatting with Dr. Bawa about that very issue and she broke down for me, in a simplified and easy to understand manner, what products would be considered essential.
Our conversation spawned into her latest offering, the Core 4. The CORE 4 are the 4 absolute essential items every single person should put on their skin every single day for anti-aging and skin health. We are offering a Mother’s Day special with the CORE 4 20% off when purchased as a package. We also recommend our Peptide + Ceramide Restorative Moisturizer in addition to this package.
Core 4 Dr. Bawa

Connect with Dr. Bawa

Please follow Dr. Bawa on her social channels – Instagram, Facebook, YouTube, and of course her website!

About The Author

Dana Peller

Dana Peller

I’m a wife, mom, biz owner, writer, creator, and TV personality. My days are accomplished with a dash of flair, lots of style, and fueled by coffee.

About The Author

Dana Peller

Dana Peller

I’m a wife, mom, biz owner, writer, creator, and TV personality. My days are accomplished with a dash of flair, lots of style, and fueled by coffee.

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