Slow and steady wins it for Ms Jay Beauty Care

Localised solutions: Josephs journey to success started with small steps PIC: PHATSIMO KAPENG
Localised solutions: Josephs journey to success started with small steps PIC: PHATSIMO KAPENG

Judith Josephs’ remarkable rise and success in the beauty parlour industry was not achieved overnight.

She asserts that hard work and taking baby steps has lead to the good market traction she enjoys today. Josephs is the founder and corporate leader of Ms Jay Beauty Care, a wellness enhancement centre that specialises in cosmetics and wellness. The spark to her passion began in her adolescent years when she struggled with acne and facial problems.

She recalls trying out a wide range of products to try and remedy her skin problem, all to no avail. “Having suffered with acne as a child, I made up my mind to constantly search for solutions that will make the next generation skin problems free,” Josephs said.

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