Have you ever wanted to start selling skincare products but didn't know where to begin? Or maybe you're an existing business owner who wants to expand your brand with some new, high-quality products. Whatever situation you find yourself in, we can help! In this guide on wholesale natural skincare I'll go over everything you need to know about the process of starting a business and selling skincare products. Let's get started!
What is wholesale natural skincare?
We sell our proven products to other business owners who then go sell them on to their customers. As your wholesaler, I'm responsible for creating the product, filling the containers and shipping them to you safely. Your job involves branding and marketing the product to your customers to buy.
What do YOU have to do?
Now that you’ve found me, it’s time to work together on the other important decisions. What products will you sell? How much are they going to cost? What kind of marketing and sales strategies do you have in mind? All these questions need answers before you can set up your business.
How do you get started?
Buying wholesale skincare is a great way to get your business off the ground. You can find wholesale suppliers and then sell the products in your retail shop or online store, or you can even take them to pop up shops and vendor events to make some extra money.
The first thing you need to do is find a wholesaler who fits all of these criteria:
Budget - You don't want to spend more than necessary on your natural skincare line. The best option for you will be one that meets all of your needs at an affordable price point, so take time finding one that works for both of you!
Needs - Your needs may include knowing where the product comes from, how much it costs per unit (full case), whether there's a minimum order requirement, if there are customization options available and if so what those would cost extra (upfront).
Expectations - Wholesale suppliers have different expectations about what kind of relationship they want with their buyers/sellers; some expect their customers will become long term partners through repeat orders every month while others see themselves as simply providing goods without any sort of relationship whatsoever beyond simple customer satisfaction.
We prefer relationship building without the expectation of monthly repeat order.