We are so pleased to announce that we are officially the exclusive supplier of PMU products on facesconsent.com. Faces started as a digital consent form service for aesthetic and beauty practitioners and salons. The consent form system is designed to allow practitioners to go paperless and distribute treatment forms easily and effectively. Faces consent forms also allows its users to store client data in one safe, secure, and easily accessible database.
Due to the immense success of Faces consent forms, the company have expanded at a rapid rate and now run their own online shop. The Faces shop sells a multitude of different cosmetic products and brands, creating a more convenient shopping experience for beauty practitioners.
From February 2021, Cosmedic Supplies products can be purchased through the Faces shop. We are honoured to have created this partnership with Faces; we are so impressed by their innovative services and believe that they are one of the most exciting companies within the industry.
We chatted to the team at Faces to learn more about their company; from how it started to where they are hoping to expand. Read on to find out more.
What is Faces Consent Forms?
Faces consent forms is a digital consent form service, designed for the use of practitioners within the beauty and aesthetics industry. Faces was initially built for personal use, to limit the amount of unnecessary paperwork generated from hundreds of aesthetic consent forms. It was also designed to offer a safe, reliable library space to store vital client information.
In July 2019, Faces was made available to the public. This decision was driven by the need for easy to use and affordable consent forms within the aesthetics industry. Within an 18-month period, the Faces community had grown tremendously, and, by December 2020, the app had welcomed over 18,000 users.
Faces has an incredibly sophisticated software structure; practitioners can create and upload individual consent forms to suit their own specific needs which can then be distributed to clients. The system also allows its users to send customised appointment and marketing SMS messages to their contacts with ease.
What other services does Faces provide?
Whilst Faces was initially set up as a consent form service, the app has since expanded its capabilities and now offers a range of innovative features.
Calendar/booking service. Practitioners can use the Faces booking system to manage their diary. The booking system can be accessed through both the website and the app.
Training course finder. Practitioners looking to learn a new treatment or skill can use Faces to find training courses near them. Training providers can upload course information to the Faces system which can then be accessed by potential future students.
The Faces Shop. Since building a strong community of aesthetic practitioners, the Faces team decided to create an online shop that sells fillers, consumables, and online courses. The Faces shop creates a more convenient shopping experience for beauty and aesthetic practitioners as all their favourite products can be found, and purchased, through one supplier.What are the main benefits of using Faces consent forms?
Faces has eighty prepopulated consent forms that can be customised and forwarded to clients prior to their appointment. Facial mapping, before and after photos, batch numbers and aftercare forms can also be sent out to clients through the Faces system. This means that the hard work of supplying and storing every variety of consent and information form is minimised for Faces practitioners, freeing up time to spend on more important things!Who can use Faces?
Faces can be used by practitioners in the beauty and aesthetic industry.
What is in the current pipeline for Faces?
Faces are currently working on the self-booking feature of the app which will launch at the end of February 2021. This feature will allow clients to book themselves in for treatments through an automatic booking system.How many users does Faces have?
Faces has over 18,000 users to date. These include practitioners, training providers, and prescribers.