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The Market

We see a booming market for our treatments. Manroop says:

Research has shown that the aesthetic market is booming with changing views around youth and beauty resulting in increased demand for aesthetic or cosmetic procedures.

Many cutting-edge non-surgical and minimally-invasive techniques for carrying out aesthetic procedures have been created in the 21st century. We have introduced these innovative procedures into the CoLaz clinic network. We keep a constant eye on the market, looking for other new techniques and procedure that we can introduce to our franchisees to enable them to flourish along with the market.


There are now over two million Britons who seek laser hair removal or anti-ageing treatments annually. With that number continuing to grow, the demand for these services – and many more – will increase.

The UK industry is currently worth £4.8 billion and is projected to rise at a compound annual growth rate of 8% between 2018 and 2023 to reach £6 billion.

With the rise of social media and online video sharing, people are increasingly conscious of their appearance. This has resulted in many people seeking to improve their appearance with non-invasive treatments.

The high demand for non-invasive aesthetic treatments and other anti-ageing procedures means a rise in demand for aesthetic clinics such as CoLaz. It is estimated that the rise in people seeking these types of treatments will continue, with the market expected to be worth over £4.8 billion in the U.K.

Our franchise clinics are led by the founder Manroop Ahitan, the woman behind CoLaz’s success story. Her vision has been to provide exceptional, quality aesthetic treatments to customers who want an effective solution for their skin and hair concerns.

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The National Hair and Beauty Federation (NHBF) report,2020, found that more than a third (39%) of UK aesthetic treatments are now taking place in beauty salons, while just under half (49%) are happening within aesthetic practices/clinics run by medics,

The cutting-edge treatments provided by CoLaz mean that it has been able to provide these services to a wider clientele than conventional expensive and complex therapies.

What the experts say

“In late 2019, The Beauty Guild [the UK trade body for the professional beauty industry] estimated that there was a 12% growth within the industry. Part of this is down to the fact that during a recession, women would generally forego other luxuries in favour of make-up and looking good; in bad times we all need a pick me up. The beauty industry is by no means recession-proof, but the desire to look and feel great is such a strong one that the industry continues to stay afloat through good and bad times.”

“What is it about the beauty business? The recession has been a nightmare for many businesses – anecdotal or qualitative – but the U.K. beauty business is in as good, if not better, shape than ever. The CEW’s (Cosmetic Executive Women) latest research shows the industry’s value of over £15bn and employing almost a million workers. Not bad for lotions, potions and scents and home beauty electrical appliances – which according to the market research company Mintel are set to take off in Europe.” Imogen Matthews, beauty industry commentator and trend analyst.”