Top 5 things every aesthetics website needs

by Leanne M @ Procredible

This article looks at the website essentials for aesthetics businesses. For example, they should: highlight treatments, show authentic before-and-after photos, feature client testimonials, ensure transparent pricing and booking, and provide comprehensive information and support. 

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In a competitive landscape, how do you stand out online? Your website is your digital store front, and it needs to be more than just visually appealing. It needs to build trust, educate potential clients, and ultimately, convert visitors into paying customers.

So, what are the 5 essential elements every medical aesthetics website needs?

Why web design matters for aesthetics clinics.

A well-designed website is not just a pretty face; it’s a strategic tool for attracting and converting clients. It reflects your professionalism, expertise, and commitment to quality care. In a competitive industry, a poorly designed website can send potential clients running to your competitors.

In the medical field, trust is paramount. A clean, uncluttered website conveys professionalism and instil confidence in potential clients. Avoid excessive text, flashy animations, and overwhelming visuals. We recommend you opt for a more minimalist design that is easy to navigate and showcases your expertise without appearing gimmicky.

By incorporating these essential elements and focusing on a user-friendly design, you can create a medical aesthetics website that attracts new clients, builds trust, and ultimately, helps you achieve your business goals. Remember, your website is a continuous work in progress, so be sure to track your analytics, gather feedback, and update your site regularly to stay ahead of the curve.

So what are the top 5 things every medical/aesthetics website needs?

1. Show them what you do: Highlight Treatments

This might seem obvious, but many websites fail to clearly showcase their treatment options. Don’t just list services; explain them. Use concise, informative descriptions that address common concerns and highlight the benefits. Consider categorising treatments by areas of concern (e.g., face, body, skin). You could feature high-quality images and videos to showcase the procedures, or alternatively, on your homepage simply use icons to give a subtle nod to what you do, this can help clients to navigate your website.

In the example of a website we built below, we organised our client’s two primary services using text hierarchy to designate various features and information. These was done with ease of scanning in mind, to enable their visitors to swiftly locate their desired treatment.

Proof in Pictures: Before and After Photos

Seeing is believing, and before-and-after photos are powerful tools for demonstrating the effectiveness of your treatments. However, use them ethically, make sure you obtain written consent from clients, ensure photos are realistic and representative, and avoid making exaggerated claims.

Pro tip: Consider showcasing a mix of subtle and dramatic results to cater to different client preferences.

Testimonials and Reviews

Let your satisfied clients speak for you!

Don’t just tell potential new clients you’re the best; show them. Feature testimonials and positive reviews from satisfied clients on your site. This builds trust and credibility, reassuring potential clients that you have a proven track record of success.

Pro tip: Encourage clients to leave reviews on Google, Facebook, and other platforms.

For example, on this site we built, we used a widget that cycles through to showcase a variety of reviews, emphasising our clients’ expertise we used impactful headings derived from the testimonials provided.

Transparency is Key: Pricing and Booking

Price is a major consideration for potential clients. Don’t hide it! Clearly display your pricing structure, including package deals and consultations. Consider offering a booking system directly on your website for convenience and to capture leads.

If you don’t want to show your prices on your website, always make sure it’s clear and easy enough to book your services or to get in touch. Consider offering free consultations on CTA’s throughout the site. This will help potential clients to convert.

Pro tip: Offer free consultations to address concerns and build rapport.

Provide Information and Support

Don’t leave clients in the dark after their treatment. Provide detailed aftercare instructions, including potential side effects and recovery timelines. Offer a support system, like a contact form or dedicated FAQ section, to address any questions or concerns they may have. Blogs are also a great way to address any issues or questions clients might have, and they also help from an SEO point of view.

Pro Tip: Make your website mobile-friendly. More and more people access websites from their phones, so ensure your site is optimised for a seamless experience on all devices.

Final thoughts

In the competitive world of medical aesthetics, your website is not just a digital brochure; it’s your silent salesperson, building trust, educating clients, and ultimately, driving conversions. By incorporating the essential elements highlighted above and prioritising a clear, professional design, you can create a website that attracts the right clients and helps you achieve your business goals.

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