Bare Body Sugaring Expands With The Opening Of Another New Location In Winnipeg

Bare Body Sugaring, the fast growing beauty company, is today delighted to announce the opening of their latest store, which can be found at 1128 Henderson Hwy, Winnipeg.

Winnipeg, Canada - November 15, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Bare Body Sugaring Continues Aggressive Expansion Plans With The Opening Of Another New Location In Winnipeg

Winnipeg Canada – Bare Body Sugaring, the fast growing beauty company, is today delighted to announce the opening of their latest store, which can be found at 1128 Henderson Hwy, Winnipeg. The company has achieved significant success with its special paste made up of sugar, lemon juice, and water, which removes every hair on their client’s body.

Compared to waxing, the process is quicker, and less painful, and is extremely thorough. As more and more women are discovering the benefits of the Bare Body Sugaring process, they are recommending the company to their friends and family. As a consequence, the owners of the brand decided that there was sufficient demand to justify the opening of another salon. Over 75 percent of Bare Body’s new customers come via way of personal recommendation, something of which the company is very proud.

“Although we knew that our Body Sugaring process had many benefits over waxing or shaving, we could never have anticipated the popularity we have experienced, which has led to the company growing rapidly,” said Clairissa Roy-Altares. “Once we decided to open a new store, we spent a lot of time identifying the perfect location. We are confident that this new store will be a huge success, and we are already in the process of researching when our next store will open. The future of the company is bright, and we look forward to welcoming and introducing many new customers to the benefits of the Body Sugar process.”

Bare Body Sugaring is a locally owned and operated company based in Winnipeg, Canada. The company offers hair removal services for both men and women, using an innovative process that is less painful and more effective than shaving. As part of its expansion process, the company also offers a franchise opportunity. For more information about the company, the services it provides or the franchise opportunity, visit their website at http://www.barebodysugar.com/

Contact Info:
Name: Clairissa Roy-Altares
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Organization: Bare Body Sugaring
Address: 1128 Henderson Hwy, Winnipeg, Manitoba R2G 1L1, Canada
Phone: +1-204-297-8234
Website: http://www.barebodysugar.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88934301

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