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Laser Clinics Canada Offers Franchising Opportunities to Canadians with a Passion for Beauty

Australian-based global leader in medical aesthetics celebrates its first Canadian franchise co-owner at Mississauga location

Laser Clinics Canada (LCC) welcomes today, Susie Dantas as its franchise co-owner at its clinic location at Square One Shopping Centre in Mississauga, Ontario. Dantas is the first franchisee to co-own a clinic with Laser Clinics Canada and be a part of its award-winning 50/50 business model.

“I am thrilled to become a part of the Laser Clinics Canada team and to own and operate this beautiful location at Square One,” says Dantas. “The clinic has six treatment rooms and offers an extensive range of treatments and advanced medical aesthetics services. The team is highly trained and works phenomenally well together, like an extended family.”

Dantas became interested in Laser Clinics Canada after seeing the company at a franchise exposition.

“I loved the company’s mission of democratizing beauty so it is more accessible to Canadians. I was intrigued by the 50/50 co-ownership model and saw that it would help to ensure I receive the support I need to embark on this exciting entrepreneurship journey.”

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“We are always on the lookout for motivated and driven entrepreneurs who are passionate about beauty,” says Jenna Caira, head of franchise recruitment for Laser Clinics Canada. “Susie is a wonderful addition to LCC and we are delighted that she is leading the way as our first franchise co-owner. She is aligned with our values and committed to delivering the high level of service and value that our clients from around the world have come to expect from us.”

Prior to joining Laser Clinics Canada, Dantas had a successful marketing career as part of the management team at L’Oreal International in Paris, L’Oreal Canada in Montreal and most recently PepsiCo in Mississauga. Dantas wanted to start a new chapter in her professional career with more autonomy and flexibility. She quickly became intrigued by the idea of combining her passion for beauty with her years of experience in the corporate world.

“For me beauty has always been more than skin deep – it is all about confidence. Helping people find it unlocks the potential in them to do anything, it is a very powerful and beautiful thing to witness,” says Dantas.

Laser Clinics offers a 50/50 ownership structure where the company and its franchise co-owners share equally in the investment, expenses, and the performance outcomes of the clinic entity. Laser Clinics Canada has another five clinics in Ontario ready to be franchised—Hillcrest Mall in Richmond Hill, CF Sherway Gardens in Etobicoke, Scarborough Town Centre, CF Rideau Centre in Ottawa, and Union Station in Toronto with continued plans to expand across the country.

Information on franchising opportunities, including benefits and a video presentation, is available on the brand’s Canadian website at