Do you really want “cheap”, or just great “value for money”?

Whenever I read the statistics about how people came to arrive at a website, I’m intrigued to find that a significant number of people arrive by searching for “cheap botox”. Whether or not you consider our botox as cheap may depend on your definition of “cheap” and whether or not you think that you’re getting value for money.

Cheap has many definitions:
adj. cheap·er, cheap·est
a. Relatively low in cost; inexpensive or comparatively inexpensive.
b. Charging low prices: a cheap restaurant.
a. Obtainable at a low rate of interest. Used especially of money.
b. Devalued, as in buying power: cheap dollars.
3. Achieved with little effort: a cheap victory; cheap laughs.
4. Of or considered of small value: in wartime, when life was cheap.
5. Of poor quality; inferior: a cheap toy.
6. Worthy of no respect; vulgar or contemptible: a cheap gangster.
7. Stingy; miserly.
adv. cheaper, cheapest
Inexpensively: got the new car cheap.

If you consider your definition purely on price then you may well get the lowest price service, but are you really getting value for your money?
Do you know what dose, of what botox, is being injected? Are you being lured in by a promise of a “cheap” starting rate only to discover that what you originally thought you wanted isn’t available at the price you thought it might be? Was the lure just a “cheap” trick?

Are you getting a cheap level of service in both initial consultation to meet your needs and aftercare?

Here at BeauDox we like to think that even though we may not be the “cheapest” in terms of price, when it comes to value for money, then you are getting a service that is definitely value for money. We understand that for most, in the current financial climate, price is very important and that’s why we try to offer you a great value service with a doctor at a price you’ll find comparable with an aesthetic nurse.