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How Much Does a Facial Cost?

What does a facial cost? Does it depend on the type and, if so, how much do the different types of facials cost?

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Cost of facial

Of course this varies, not only by the type of facial and type of place you get it done, but also by geographic location. You must do local research. I recommend getting any facial done by only a licensed aesthetician, preferably who works directly inside a dermatologist's medical office, so that you can be sure what is being done to you and recommended to you is most likely to be on sound medical footing, and not some invented information.


New York Dermatologic Surgeon
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Prices vary depending on your practitioner and facial type.

Prices vary depending on your practitioner and facial type.RealSelf lists the average price of a facial at $100, but there’s a very wide range of prices for facials that’s reflected by that average. Total facial cost will vary depending on the type of facial you have, the facility where treatment is performed, the area of the country you’re in and whether additional treatments are performed at the same time. For example, many men and women schedule microdermabrasion or microneedling beforehand to allow for better penetration of the facial. Check with the doctor’s office or med spa where you’re considering treatment and they can give you a list of the specific facials they offer along with prices.

Gary Motykie, MD
Los Angeles Plastic Surgeon
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Pricing for Facials

Thank you for your question.  There are multiple types of facials that treat a variety of different skin conditions.  The typical price range could be anywhere from $100.00 to $200.00 per facial.  Most offices will offer packages at a discounted price.  We highly recommend using a licensed aesthetician to perform your facial services. 

R. Scott Yarish, MD
Houston Plastic Surgeon
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Costs of a facial

Yes, facial prices vary by type of facial, length of facial, type of business and geography. There are pampering facials and medical facials. One should be able to find a quality' 1-hour facial for about $100-150 but they can generally range from $50 to huundreds of dollars. It depends on where you go. Make sure your esthetician is licensed.

Dina D. Strachan, MD
New York Dermatologist
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Cost of a Facial

A facial can range in price from $50 - $250, and duration of a facial can vary from 30min to 90min. Most importantly, if you have problem skin, you'd want to have a facial at a dermatology office where skin is truly understood and where extractions take place. The new oxygen facials cost more than a regular facial, and most people feel it is worth the extra expense for the hyperbaric oxygen and the really refreshed look the oxygen gives you.

Benjamin Barankin, MD
Toronto Dermatologic Surgeon
5.0 out of 5 stars 29 reviews

Medical Grade Facial

Most facials range from $100-$150. You want to ensure that it is a medical grade facial that includes extractions, and exfoliation (microdermabrasion, light peel or dermaplanning) to keep your skin glowing and acne free. 

Atlanta- Facial pricing

At our facility the cost of a facial is $65.00 (one hour treatment). The facials are performed Monday,Tuesdays, Wednesdays and on two Saturdays a month.

Vincent N. Zubowicz, MD
Atlanta Plastic Surgeon
4.5 out of 5 stars 14 reviews

Facial info

It really depend on which kind of facial it ca be as low as $50.00 and as high as $250.00. Sometimes facial are sold in a package with Microdermabrasion and of course they are more expensive.

Victoria Karlinsky, MD
Manhattan General Surgeon
4.0 out of 5 stars 15 reviews

Cost of Facials

Our facials range in price from $65 to $195.

Most basic facials are $75, students and teenagers are $65

Microdermabrasion facials are $100

Hyperbaric Oxygen Facials are $160-$195 

Alan M. Gardner, MD
Atlanta Dermatologist
4.5 out of 5 stars 5 reviews

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