In 2015 the beauty industry generated $56.2 billion in the United States. Hair care is the largest segment with 86,000 locations, but skincare is a close second and growing fast, expected to have revenue of almost $11 billion by 2018. (source: Franchise Help) Much of that is particularly generate during pre-holiday beauty treatment bookings and expenditures, and many salons and spas are currently experiencing new trends and considerations of impact around this important season.
Without a doubt, microcurrent skincare devices are the hot ticket. But how to attract new spa clients once you have the device at your spa?We asked a key salon owner for best practices for driving and increasing business with microcurrent facials for holidays.
Interested in offering microcurrent facials by today’s contemporary spa owner is on the rise. However, many have questions about best practices and a solid checklist from which to measure when shopping for the business’ first device. We’ve made it easy for you with our top four questions to ask:
As we all know, the end-of-the-year holidays are fast-approaching. Naturally everyone is going to want to look his or her best. In order to satisfy your current clients, attract new ones & beat out the competition, your spa or salon has to have the devices that meet the demands of today’s tech savvy beauty treatment for new year. We asked the founder of the National Aesthetic Spa Network (NASN), Denise R. Fuller for her top picks to maximize your holiday business this year. Here is her exclusive to us:
Purchasing the latest tech devices such as microcurrent facial devices or lasers is something that every spa or salon owner wants, yet he or she is often hesitant due to the fact that there is not enough unbiased information available to help in the decision-making process. We decided to ask National Aesthetic Spa Network (NASN) founder, Denise Fuller how she counsels her members in this situation. Fortunately there are quick and easy ways that helps in how to buy facial devices.