AmSpa Releases Standard Operating Procedures

The American Med Spa Association (AmSpa), in partnership with True U Esthetics, has released a new series of Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) to assist medical esthetics businesses with increasing service standards, improving customer satisfaction, creating and maintaining spa ambience, and reducing costs associated with waste and inefficient
processes. These SOPs are templates that can be customized for each medical aesthetic facility¹s own use to help ensure consistency in the delivery of their services and their brand¹s image.

A medical esthetic business success hinges on a facility that runs smoothly and successfully, and now is the perfect time to make a New Year's resolution to improve business and the bottom line. The combined expertise of AmSpa and True U Esthetics takes the guesswork out of improving their business.

The SOPs are the perfect training tool for employees. It encourages staff members to work toward and maintain a high level of professionalism. As the medical aesthetics industry expands globally, consumers expect a consistent and satisfying experience. Medical spas can stand out among the competition by training their team using the AmSpa/True U Esthetic SOPs to excel in providing an exceptional experience to each and every client.

Designed to accommodate every type and size of medical aesthetic and medical spa facility, the SOPs allow operators to implement industry best practices. Templates are provided in an editable file format, allowing for easy customization for every facility's needs. Ready-to-use forms, checklists, scripts and samples are included in this manual, effectively achieving instant, professionally formatted documents.

The combination of resources will save medical aesthetic facilities and medical spa businesses thousands of employee hours and/or consulting dollars when compared to creating their own manual. The SOPs outline policies and procedures that address the complete medical aesthetics experience from clients' initial appointment to departure and follow-up after their visit.  It is recommended to have SOP's reviewed by a local attorney prior to implementing them as each state may have its own unique laws.