It is a question that many people have, but few are willing to answer. Do you tip for Botox? The truth about tipping for Botox is that it really depends on the person’s situation and how much they can afford to spend. For some people, it may seem like an unnecessary expense when they don’t want or need any more work done. Others might not be able to afford it at all and could use the money elsewhere in their life.
What do you think? Do you tip for Botox, even if it is not medically necessary? Where do you stand on this issue and why?
I get it. The idea of going into a doctor’s office to receive Botox might seem intimidating, especially if you have never done it before or aren’t sure what exactly happens once you are there. But the truth is that receiving injections at our practice will be one of the easiest things you do all day! You can relax in your chair with some music playing and enjoy getting ready for an evening out. In case you need a little more convincing to celebrate this procedure instead of dreading it, we have ten reasons why tipping could totally change your perspective on everything:
These shots only take about five minutes so they don’t really hurt—most patients say they feel just like a mosquito bite when the needle goes in
The injections are so subtle they can be done in the doctor’s office, and you don’t really have to worry about them getting caught on your clothes. So when you’re wearing that new dress or blouse this weekend, nobody will know!
When it comes time for a follow up appointment (usually six months after your first visit), there’s no need to tip again because we do all of these at our facility. You’ll just get another five minutes worth of shots during one session. Awesome!
Your friends won’t judge you if everybody else is doing it—in fact, they might want to come with you next time and take advantage of the same great deal while they still can. It only takes a few minutes, and hey! It gets the wrinkles out of your face.
You can do it on a Saturday or weekday morning before work—we don’t mind if you want to call in sick for that day too. We’ll give you something to make sure you’re comfy because we know how important looking good is during an interview.
In case they ask why all those people are smiling at them when they go into their office building (and trust me, they will), just tell them “I think I’m getting my Botox today.” They’ll understand what happened right away.
Your friends won’t judge you if everybody else is doing it —in fact, they might want to come with you next time and
do it together!
Do not forget to thank your doctor for their service. They do this because they care about you, and want what’s best for you, which is why they’re doing it at a discounted rate in the first place.
Don’t tip more than $25 or so if your Botox lasts longer than three months—they deserve more but that’s all we can afford them with our budget constraints. If it only lasted one month, though? Tip generously! It was worth every penny (and then some).
This blog post will teach readers how to properly tip doctors who administer botox treatments at a discounted price as part of medical school training programs such as those offered by SmartMedia Medical Group. Doctors are
not typically compensated for this type of service, so it’s important to show your gratitude!
You may have heard that if you get Botox done at a salon, it is customary to tip. But do you know how much? The following are the most common guidelines for tipping those who provide your Botox:
15% of total fee (usually $40-$50) for beauty professionals such as estheticians and skin care specialists
20% of total fee ($80) or higher for physicians like dermatologists and plastic surgeons
No more than what would be appropriate in cash tips – typically not more than 50% of the original treatment cost. For example, no less than $20 when tipping by credit card or another digital .