private label

Walking the Line

Private label services have come a long way with broad offerings and enhanced marketing and sales support.

There are dozens of industries that provide private label products to end users, from cosmetics to pet food to groceries. This is why the Premium Roast coffee you buy at Mary’s Coffee Shop in Chicago may taste very similar to the coffee you purchase from your favorite grocery store chain in Miami. Skincare products make up a hefty portion of the private label industry as well, and business is booming. Thinking of getting in on the act? We reached out to a few industry insiders who revealed the inside details of the private label skincare game.

Go Your Own Way

Launching a private label line.
The pros and cons of private label skin care.

Retail skincare products offer several benefits to aesthetic patients and practices. They help patients protect the health of their skin and maintain the results of in-office treatments, while providing an additional source of ongoing revenue for the practice. The challenge is that with so many online and brick-and-mortar retailers offering high-end skin care, patients naturally shop for the best deals on their favorite brands.