skoah is a facials-only concept with a proprietary skin care product line and a membership model. The product line is sold exclusively at skoah locations and creates a high barrier to entry. Product revenues generate about half of the store's revenues giving the franchisee multiple revenue streams. This makes skoah highly distinct in the service based, beauty industry. The membership model creates a predictable and recurring revenue stream, and helps develop strong customer relationships.
To buy a franchise with Skoah, you'll need to have at least $100,000 in liquid capital and a minimum net worth of $500,000. Franchisees can expect to make a total investment of $260,000 - $412,000. They also offer financing via 3rd party. *
|Financing:||Via 3rd party|
|Home Office:||Vancouver, BC, Canada|
Skoah is a first to market, facials-only franchise that is poised to revolutionize the $11 billion American skin care industry. Wildly popular in Canada for nearly two decades, skoah has grown to become what Vogue magazine calls “the coolest skincare line in Canada.” By focusing solely on facials, skoah has become a specialized leader in “personal training for your skin.” Skoah customers sign up for memberships that allow them to get affordable, hour-long facials once a month and an education in personalized skin care designed to deliver best results, as well as earn discounts on skoah’s proprietary product line of more than 70 items.
With several thriving locations in the United States, skoah is ramping up for a rapid expansion across the nation. We’re actively seeking entrepreneurs who have a passion for skin care and a commitment to their local communities to get in on the ground floor of the most exciting opportunity to hit the American beauty industry in a long time.
The total investment estimate for a skoah franchise ranges from $255,000 to $384,500. skoah is far more affordable than other skin care and spa franchise concepts in the beauty industry, and, more importantly, it has a proven business model that has helped dozens of entrepreneurs realize their potential of small business ownership while bringing terrific skin care to their communities.
Skoah has completely changed the course of the spa industry by focusing on the ongoing needs of our customers. Starting with the accessibility, skoah facial shops are placed in beloved locations in a community, nearby coffee shops and restaurants, making us easy to find.
Our membership model makes us extremely affordable, and because we only offer one service, facials, our customers don’t have to take a day off from work - they can visit us on their lunch break, in between running errands and on their daily commute home! Most importantly, skoah gives our customers access to a personal skin care coach, who creates an individual skin care plan to give them the results they want based on their lifestyles, complete with product recommendations from our own proprietary skin care line - and these products are guaranteed to work.
Skoah is unique in the $15 billion spa industry by offering only one service - facials - and a gym- membership model that makes us an accessible, affordable and joyful part of ongoing skin care for our customers.
Skoah has developed a highly acclaimed, proprietary skin care line that is not only a significant additional revenue stream for our franchisees, but also provides proven solutions to our customer’s personal skin care goals.
With a small footprint, low overhead and a simple business model, skoah allows you to make a difference in your community. Education is a big part of skoah, and our training gives you the tools to grow your business.
If you are a focused individual with excellent people and communication skills, can manage a small team (5-8 employees), extremely motivated, and an interest in the beauty industry, the skoah is right for you! Request more information to learn more about skoah and own your franchise today!
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Interested parties should have at least $100,000 in liquid capital to invest.