Per Allure, when it comes to beauty procedures, you often don’t need to tip your doctor for Botox or filler treatments. If you’re getting your injectables done by a medical professional like a certified plastic surgeon or dermatologist, they typically won’t be expecting a tip from you. However, this isn’t always the case and varies from person to person.

According to We Gotta Talk, if you’re in a medical office or if your injector owns the practice where they provide the service, you don’t need to tip. However, if your injector works at the practice, it’s acceptable to offer them a tip for the service. Oftentimes, the injector will work for an hourly wage and tipping them is seen as appropriate and appreciated. One of the reasons why there is such a gray area when it comes to tipping your Botox injector is because of the ethical dilemma that arises when you tip a medical professional for good service.

Post source: The List

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