Part 1 | Introduction to Facial Time Wheel Management ConceptsIndex
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Our topic today is Introduction to Facial Time Wheel Management Concepts
This 5-part series blog delivers 3 very important elements while performing services: improving time management skills during services, consistency in protocol application and recognizing the value in every minute of the service.
The Facial Time Wheel Concept is a uniformed and systematic process for any facial service utilizing the “Facial Time Wheel”. The Facial Time Wheel is a blueprint to any facial service based on a 60-minute block of time; one hour, just like clock. See Diagram 1. It is our goal that you Master the Facial Time Wheel Concept to gain the confidence of performance and the reassurance of positive results.
Diagram 1: Think of the Facial Time Wheel like a clock
So, what does the Facial Time Wheel do for the professional?- Acts as a “blueprint” to the facial service.
5-Proven Tips on Facial Time Wheel Management that will satisfy your client
- Provides consistency in your services
- Provides structured and uniformed service
- Guaranteed timing of each visit
- The client knows what to expect from each service
- Provides a complete and beneficial service
Let’s talk about your Value of Time:
We have all heard the saying, “Time is money”. That is never so true than in the skin care industry. We are a service-based industry dictated by appointment time. What is that time worth? During any service there are several cost factors to consider. There are the fixed costs, variable cost and the treatment cost. This blog is focusing on the treatment cost. First, find out what it cost you to do your service. This is usually provided to you by the skin care product representatives. Cost of a basic facial treatment today is between $10.00 and $15.00. Adding in facial devices and specialty products can raise that number. But we will work off of $10.00 per treatment cost. The average facial is $60.00 depending on the area your work in. When you dissect the facial time, each segment and each minute have a dollar value.
Example: If you advertise your 60-minute facial on the menu for $60.00, then you want to adhere to a 60-minute time frame. Each 15-minute segment is worth $15.00. If you add a facial modality such as microcurrent machines, you can increase that segment cost, which in turn increases the overall service price. If there is overlap in time, an additional charge should be added to justify your time.
Now ask yourself, are you maximizing your value in the facial service?
The Facial Time Wheel explains how to use your time, add facial modalities such as electrical devices, microcurrent machine as designated by the service, in four 15-minute segments.Segment 1 - Cleanse
The importance of understanding the anatomy of a facial will save you time, increase revenue and secure positive results with consistency. Learning the Facial Time Wheel management concepts can propel your understanding an array of treatment options and skin care treatments modalities.
That’s all for this portion of the blog series! In the next post on Anatomy of a Facial we will begin the facial process with Segment 1-Cleansing, Toning and Consultation!
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