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Capitalize on the Medical Aesthetic Industry with Investment

Posted On: March 5, 2018 author Paul Kendall

Looking for viable industries, markets and companies is just a part of the job description when it comes to investing. While you know there’s no guarantee that you’ll see a return on the money you invest, there are ways to minimize your risk and increase the likelihood of getting a net-positive return on your investment.

One of the easiest methods of getting a near-guaranteed return on your investment is to utilize other financing companies. Some financing companies already have the clients, know various industries and markets very well, but may need a little extra cash flow to take on even more clients and even larger funding projects.

This is where you come in as an investor. At Trust Capital, we know our markets very well and have great relationships with our clients all across the area.

As an investor, you’ll be able to put provide additional funding and get a worthwhile return on your investments.

Capitalizing on the Medical Spa Industry

The medical spa industry focuses on providing “corrective” medical care. These medical facilities typically focus on making repairs and alterations to the body (particularly the skin) to improve an individual’s beauty.

Many people are always looking for ways to make themselves feel more confident while looking healthy and beautiful in the process. This is a desire that rarely goes away, making it an ongoing market opportunity for investors, financiers, and other businesses.

Each medical spa will be a little different through different areas of specialization. For example, some clinics may focus on hair removal through the use of a hair laser machine, while others may focus on treating wrinkles and sun spots.

Generally, most med spas combine the luxury of a relaxing experience one might enjoy at a traditional spa, with the benefit of state of the art technology in a doctor’s office.

How an Investor Helps the Medical Spa and Aesthetic Laser Industry


It’s not uncommon for medical spas to try and look for outside funding to improve their business. They need to purchase equipment and supplies, and this is often done through laser leasing and other financing options.

Unfortunately for business owners in the medical spa or aesthetic laser markets, not all financiers are willing to get involved, especially when it comes to banks and traditional lending.

Business owners of clinics that operate aesthetic lasers have a hard time securing those traditional financing methods for a variety of reasons, ranging from lack of credit score to other complications.

As an outside financier, companies like Trust Capital can choose to help medical spas by providing alternative forms of funding through equipment leasing and other financing plans.

When you’re an investor, you have the unique ability to help a business like a med spa get even further with their business plans and goals. Partnering with a financing company allows you to put your money to work without the hassle of all the backend that goes into helping businesses succeed.

You’ll have the opportunity to provide additional funding to help a finance company take on even larger clients and more ambitious funding projects, while at the same time getting a worthwhile return on your investment.

The Difficulty of Getting Financed in the Medspa and Aesthetic Laser Industry


It’s not uncommon for a bank to turn away a completely legitimate and profitable business that is seeking outside funding.

Unfortunately, even if intentions are in the right place and financials are the best they’ve ever been, there are still some regulations and restrictions that make it nearly impossible to get funding from a bank in some situations.

Even if a medspa owner goes to a bank, they might get their application for leasing or a loan denied because the business is owned by a non-medical professional like a doctor.

On the surface this isn’t that big of a deal if the business does have a medical professional operating inside the business. However, the federal law can prohibit certain transactions in that situation.

At this point, an aesthetic laser company will start looking for other alternatives, and this often leads them to venture capitalists, but this has very high costs to the client: often with interest rates between 40% and 50%, which is hardly sustainable for their situation.

The Better Solution for Financing in the Medspa and Aesthetic Laser Industry

When aesthetic laser companies get turned away from banks and if they don’t want to pay absurdly high financing rates with venture capitalists, they go to other financiers like Trust Capital for more reasonable financing options.

Not only that, but they’ll get access to a myriad of other features when they choose to work with a financier like our team:


  • 100% financing.
  • Competitive rates.
  • Broad range of industries and equipment types.
  • Fixed payments with deferred payment options.
  • Off-balance-sheet financing options.
  • Equipment finance agreements.


Businesses that operate aesthetic laser equipment, such as tattoo removal laser equipment and hair removal equipment need a reliable source of financing for when they choose to purchase new equipment or upgrade their business in anyway.

Partnering for a Better Financial Yield

Trust Capital is heavily invested in niche markets like the cannabis industry and medical aesthetic entities, such as medical spas owned by non-medical professionals in the US.

Because these markets have a hard time getting traditional lending, companies that operate like ours at Trust Capital are very successful because we provide a service and opportunity for businesses to get the financing they otherwise wouldn’t be able to.

With additional funding from an investor like you, Trust Capital would be able to take on even more clients and assist with the financing of even larger projects. With over 24,000 businesses in the US that are providing medical aesthetic services, this particular market is an open door of financial opportunity.

It’s estimated that for every $1.00 spent on labor in 2016, operators had spent $0.90 on capital equipment, equating to about a $9.7 billion industry.

Regardless of where the business is from, the medical aesthetic industry is a financing opportunity waiting to happen.

With your funding, we will be able to collectively invest in more businesses and meet their unique needs.

Because many businesses get turned away because of factors like bad credit (even if they’re completely capable of making payments), this opens up a perfect opportunity for outside investing to come in and be a saving grace to companies unable to get the funding they desperately need for equipment or business growth.

Put your funding to work with investments through Trust Capital and get a worthwhile return on your investment without all the work - we’ll handle all of the client relations while you get a return based on your investment.

Call 866-458-4777 to discuss How to Invest In the Medical Aesthetic Industry.

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