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Med spa service menu: 25 treatment ideas and pricing examples

Whether you're opening a new med spa or planning a brand refresh, we’ve collected a list of popular service ideas and tips to help when designing your menu.

Med spa service menu: 25 treatment ideas and pricing examples
Emily Holzer
By Emily Holzer

Content Marketing Manager

Your service menu is at the heart of your medical spa — it is how you represent your brand and communicate its value to clients. If you need inspiration while creating or updating your medical spa service menu, read on for the 25 most popular medical spa services and their average costs.

Medical laser services

1. Laser hair removal: $100 - $400+

Medical spas often offer laser treatments to remove unwanted hair. According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, the average cost of laser hair removal is $389. However, your ideal pricing here will depend on various factors, such as whether you price your services by session or completed treatment area.

2. Laser hair removal touch-up: Custom pricing

While laser hair removal can have lasting results, many medical spas offer touch-up services to address healing hair follicles. Medical spas may include touch-ups in their service packages; however, you might still consider adding touch-ups to your service menu, as this will open your doors to customers who may have gotten their original service elsewhere.

3. Photofacials with intense pulsed light (IPL): $300 - $500+

Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) treatments can target skin concerns like sunspots, redness, and broken capillaries. According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, the average cost of an IPL photofacial is $412.

4. Ablative laser skin resurfacing: $2,500+

Medical spa lasers can address skin concerns like acne scars, fine lines, and uneven skin tone. As an intensive professional service, ablative skin resurfacing has an average service cost of $2,509.

5. Non-ablative laser skin resurfacing: $1,445+

Non-ablative laser treatment is slightly less invasive and time intensive, making the treatment more affordable — with an average cost of $1,445.

6. Laser tattoo removal: $200 - $500 per session.

Medical spas with the necessary laser technology, certification, and training can remove unwanted tattoos. Laser tattoo removal service costs an average of $423 per session.

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Medical injection services

You might wonder, “What are the most popular medical spa services?” After all, targeting the treatments with the most interest is an easy way to get your new medical spa off the ground. Injection services are often the most sought-after treatments — let’s take a closer look.

7. Botox injections: $200 - $800+

Botox is a popular treatment for minimizing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles by temporarily paralyzing facial muscles. The cost of Botox can vary sharply between different states and treatment areas, so it is essential to reference competitor pricing in your region when building your medical spa service menu.

8. Dermal fillers: Price varies by type

Dermal filler injections use hyaluronic acid, collagen, or other substances to plump skin, reducing wrinkles and adding volume. The price here can vary dramatically depending on the type of fillers you provide.

9. Lip filler service: $450 - $1,000+

Dermal fillers are commonly used to enhance lip volume and shape in a specialized lip filler service. The average price of lip fillers can range from $450 to $1,000+.

IV medical spa services

10. IV hydration therapy: $100 - $250+

As the name implies, these med spas provide IV infusions for improved hydration and wellness. These treatments are a popular way to prepare for an athletic event, recover from a hangover, speed up illness recovery, curb illness side effects, or boost overall hydration.

11. Mobile hydration services: Custom pricing $150 - $300+

Some IV hydration medical spas offer mobile service — bringing the treatment to clients. Naturally, this service is a bit more expensive than in-office hydration, as it costs more to execute. The price here might also vary depending on whether you have a mobile unit or a mobile provider who completes services in the client’s home.

12. Vitamin and medication add-ons: Custom pricing

Many IV hydration medical spas allow clients to include certain medications and vitamins in their IV bags. The pricing here often varies between add-ons.

13. Injectable vitamin and nutrient therapy: Custom pricing

Also called a vitamin shot or an IM shot, these treatments may include nutrient or vitamin injections to boost well-being. The price will vary between injections, with common variants including glutathione injections and vitamin B12 injections.

Other common medical spa services

14. CoolSculpting treatment: $3,200+

CoolSculpting is a non-surgical body contouring procedure that freezes and eliminates fat cells. According to the CoolSculpting site, the average cost of treatment is $3,200.

15. Acne treatments: Custom pricing

Medical spas may offer various treatments for acne — including extractions, facials, prescription skincare products, and LED light therapy. The average price of acne treatment will vary by service solution.

16. Microneedling: $75 - 300+

In microneedling, tiny needles create controlled micro-punctures in the skin to stimulate collagen production, promote dermal healing, and improve skin texture. As a newer service, the average cost of microneedling service can vary.

17. Chemical peels: $500+

Chemical peels leverage a chemical solution to exfoliate and improve skin texture. They can help with acne, sun damage, and fine lines. The average chemical peel price is $519.

18. Medical-grade skincare products: Priced per product

Medical spas can make the most of every treatment by selling medical-grade skincare products to customers. Of course, the pricing on this service menu item will depend on the products you carry and their overhead costs.

Day spa services

What differentiates a medical spa from a dermatologist’s office? Many medical spas have more knowledge and experience around aesthetic and cosmetic concerns — which naturally can overlap with certain day spa and salon services. While every med spa is different, there are certain day spa services you might consider offering in your facility.

19. Massages: Custom pricing

Massage therapy service is popular in both day spas and certain med spas with licensed professionals on staff. Your pricing here may depend on the massage type and duration.

20. Facials: Custom pricing

Both spas and medical spas often provide facials designed to address skin concerns, such as dehydration, acne, or signs of aging.

21. Nail services: Custom pricing

Some medical spas offer manicures, pedicures, and other nail service options to help clients make the most of their time in the facility.

22. Waxing: Custom Pricing

Hair removal is a popular objective of spa services. Beyond specialty laser hair removal treatment, you might consider offering traditional waxing treatments in your medical spa.

Service Customizations for medical spas

When you present your online service menu using Mangomint’s med spa scheduling and management platform, you also access our advanced Service Customizations feature. This can be used to offer upsells that will increase your average service value or free clarifications that will improve your customer experience.

23. Pronoun clarification: Free

You can create a service customization that collects clients’ preferred pronouns. Not only will this show that your medical spa is a safe space for all customers, but it will also help your conversations run seamlessly.

24. Extra consultation: Custom pricing

Clients may present their medical spa professionals with questions unrelated to the service at hand. While some questions can be answered during a pre-existing appointment, other conversations require a bit more time. As such, you might consider creating a Service Customization for extra medical spa consulting — which will block more time on your calendar.

25: Scrubs and paraffin treatments: Custom pricing

Body scrubs or paraffin treatments can offer the perfect luxury add-on to any medical spa service. Not only will this increase your average appointment value, but it will also help your clients leave feeling ready to book their next appointment.

How to set your medical spa prices

While we included the average costs of services here, it is up to your medical spa to decide what is best for your business. Your service menu prices will depend on a few factors, including:

Medical spa geography

Cost of living and commercial building expenses will vary by region — which should also be reflected in your costs to customers. Consider consulting the pricing of competitors in your area compared to their perceived quality, professional experience, and brand establishment.

Education, training, qualifications, and certifications

The quality, time, money, and effort behind your qualifications should be reflected in your service prices.

Your spa's service structure

How you choose to structure your services can have a significant impact on your pricing. For example, charging for a completed tattoo removal service will be much more expensive than an individual removal treatment.

What you include in treatments

Does your service involve anesthesia, include future touch-ups, or require aftercare products? Even the most minor inclusions can cost your medical spa more, affecting the treatment price.

The cost of new technology

Many clients want the “latest and greatest” — but, as you know, innovative tech comes at a price. You should expect to reflect the price of your technology in the cost of your services.

Size and difficulty of the treatment area

Medical spa services are often priced by treatment area. For example, laser hair removal for underarms is going to be much less expensive than back treatment — as the back is a larger and more time-consuming surface to cover. Similarly, if a treatment area is more challenging to address, it might require a higher price.

Medical spa reputation

It can feel like a risk to book at a new medical spa. As such, medical spas might need to start with lower prices to get customers through the door. Conversely, if your medical spa has a strong reputation that brings clients in from across the nation, your prices should be elevated to reflect this quality.

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Emily Holzer
Emily Holzer is a Content Marketing Manager at Mangomint. She has a master’s degree in English and a passion for helping salons, spas, and other local beauty businesses thrive. When she is not writing, you can find her playing chess or tending to her houseplants. Fun fact: Emily has donated 8 ponytails (so far) across 5 hair loss charities in the U.S.

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