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Sweet Escape Products

Contact: Sharon McCrea
Work Linen Green Sion Mills Strabane Website: Sweet Escape Products

Biography

Sharon McCrea is the Owner of Sweet Escape Products

 

Sweet Escape Products was born through  a need to protect an nurture the skin and so we go to great lengths to ensure that what goes into our products are only the very best fresh, pure natural ingredients.  Where possible the bulk of the products components are produced locally.  Our essential oils are supplied here in the UK. We have visited almost all of our suppliers to ensure their standards and ethics match our own.

Our whole range of products are earth-friendly and free of chemicals and toxins. Carefully blended, these artisan products use nature’s own ingredients to deliver optimum results, naturally.

 

Starting Your Own Beauty Business

  1. Decide what you want to sell – are you going to make your own product or use a range? Are you going to sell services and products?
  2. Where are you going to find customers? Are you exhibiting at events, selling on social media or using a space where there is footfall?
  3. How are you going to promote your products and services? Do you need a website, and which social media platform will you use?
  4. Pricing is key. Don’t forget to include your time for all your business tasks! Set a target for sales and services.
  5. Being authentic – Promote products that you use and believe in.
  6. Gathering testimonials – getting third party referrals is key.
  7. Set boundaries so you have a routine that suits you. Especially if you work from home.
  8. Take a deposit up front for your services if you provide appointments to reduce the chance of cancellations and time wasted.
  9. Have a good voicemail directing customers to a booking site so it works for you when you are providing treatments.
  10. Brand yourself so that you look professional, don’t forget you are a business and don’t waste opportunities for up selling.

Top Tips – Make sure your business is listed with Google my Business to that local people who are searching for your products and services find you – and it is completely free to just go ahead and put yourself and your services on Google Maps (you don’t need to put in your house number if you want to give a level of privacy)

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