View Full Version : A high street hair loss shop

01-10-2014, 04:57 AM
Apologies if this is in the wrong section of the website.

I just want to get forum members views on an idea. Would a high street hair loss shop be a success. In many countries there are no shops on the high street or in shopping malls that specialise in hair loss products. For instance a shop which anyone walking past can go into and sells hair loss products such as laser combs, minoxidil, treatment shampoos, propecia, vitamins that support the hair etc.

Most high streets have opticians you can walk into or hairdressers you can walk into, so why wouldn't a hair loss shop be successful? Most guys who suffer from hair loss don't take treatments and part of the reason for this is they don't know that there are treatments which work.

Does anyone think a chain of ethical high street hair loss shops in the UK, Dubai, Germany etc could make money?

01-10-2014, 12:11 PM
nobody would go into these shops - for embarrassment. At least in the US.

Also, there aren't enough approved treatments to really make a shop out of anything.

You'd sell minox, that's basically it.

Everything else you'd just be writing prescriptions for assuming you had a physician on board. You can't just sell propecia.

I guess you could see vitamins and combs and whatever, but none of them are proven to do anything really.

01-10-2014, 04:25 PM
Belgravia clinic in London I get my 12.5% azleaic acid minoxidol cream from them, it works. I'm not ashamed to walk in their, and it's making so much money so many woman and men go there. The prices are high but iv managed to bring the price down I only go there for the cream, the rest is rip off.