Cosmetic Skin Therapies franchise business video tour

Come on a tour inside a Cosmetic Skin Therapies (CST) full clinic, with Founder and CEO, Carol Morgan.

Full shop-front clinic or smaller salon 'add-on'

Carol explains that the business model is flexible in that it is able to be operated on a full scale clinic basis, which is our tour in Northgate, Brisbane. Or, a reduced set of treatments are able to offered as add-on services in existing businesses like hair salons and day spas.

Cosmetic injecting rooms

The Northgate clinic in this tour has two cosmetic injecting rooms. As individual aesthetic goals differ, personalised treatment plans are created in here before a consult with a supervising prescriber, either a Doctor or a Nurse Practitioner, with treatments usually taking 30-45 mins depending on patients' requirements.

Skin treatments room

The third client room at Northgate, is for treatments like skin needling and medical grade peels, all undertaken in this room. This is where a beauty therapist could be working, with a Registered Nurse in the adjacent injecting room

Multiple choice of treatments for your market

Outside of anti-wrinkle and derma-filler treatments, CST has approximately 10 other treatments to pick and choose to offer according to your patient needs. 

One additional piece of equipment available to help deliver an additional treatment is a centrifuge machine for Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) treatment, or what is commonly known in the industry as the 'Vampire Facial'. 

Who can get into the cosmetic injecting industry with CST?

Not only limited to strictly medical professionals, a CST franchise is an option for a broad range potential business owners.

  • Doctors and Medical Clinics,
  • Allied Health Professionals,
  • Registered Nurses (RN),
  • Entrepreneurs,
  • Dental Practitioners,
  • Retail Specialists.