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New Affordable Spa Skincare Franchise

faces365logo Affordable spa skincare will come to Houston next month when Faces365 opens for business.

The franchise is based on an almost identical membership-based business model as another health-related franchise, Massage Envy.

Owners say the new franchise is aimed at a clientele that appreciates value, convenience and results. Faces365 will emphasize discounted services, extended hours and will operate 7-days-a-week. The new franchise specializes in facial treatments, waxing and, in some locations, teeth whitening.

Faces365 regional developers are Freddy O’Pry and son Lance, and Kenny and Neice Lang, who are former BP company executives. The O’Prys are also regional developers for Massage Envy in Houston and Dallas.

The Langs will provide franchisee training and operational support for the new partnership. The couple will open two Faces365 spas, including the Memorial/ Bunker Hill location. The O’Prys are also regional developers for Faces365 franchise locations in the Dallas/ Fort Worth, Austin and San Antonio areas.

The new franchise will carry several lines of skincare products, including two marketed under the Faces365 label featuring natural, botanical-based formulas. The franchise will also offer the exclusive Yonka® skincare line.

Faces365 will offer customers a $49.99 introductory, 70-minute facial session that includes a personalized, comprehensive complexion analysis. Treatments include microderm, glycolic skin peels, facial and body waxing, brow-tinting and make-up application. The franchise serves men and women. A special teen program promotes early healthy skin care and provides services for acne problems.

Faces365 is membership-based, giving members substantial savings on products and services. Services will also be available to non-members. “Franchise locations are typically 2,000 square feet,” said Freddy O’Pry, “and generally cost between $300,000 and $350,000, with financing available for qualified applicants from several third-party banks. This will allow most franchisees to be in business with only $75,000 cash,” he said.

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