Making a decision about cosmetics production, whether on a professional or retail scale, is a pivotal step in the development of a cosmetics business. Here are several key points to consider when choosing one of these paths:

Business Goals

It’s important to begin by defining the primary goal of your cosmetics business. If you aim to collaborate with beauty salons and specialists, professional cosmetics can be an excellent choice. On the other hand, if your goal is to attract a wide range of individual customers, retail cosmetics may be more appealing.

Research and Innovation

If you place a strong emphasis on innovative ingredients and comprehensive research that confirms product effectiveness, professional cosmetics production may be more suitable. By choosing production with MG Evolution, you don’t have to grapple with this dilemma – we prioritize the highest quality in research and innovation for both retail and professional cosmetics.

Business Model and Profitability

Another crucial aspect is analyzing the business model and the associated costs. Professional cosmetics may require more substantial investments but potentially offer higher profit margins. Retail cosmetics may be more financially accessible, although the competition can be higher.

Distribution and Market Reach

Consider your distribution plan and the market reach you aim to achieve. Professional cosmetics may require more complex distribution channels and partnerships with beauty salons. Retail cosmetics can be distributed more extensively.

At MG Evolution®, we provide comprehensive guidance on choosing a production model that best aligns with your vision and business strategy. We are here to support you in making the best decision.