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Meet Sarah Deutsch of Suisse Natural Hair Salon in Metro West

Today we’d like to introduce you to Sarah Deutsch.

In the early 1980s, while working in an exclusive men’s hair replacement clinic, Sarah made a career decision that not only changed her life but the lives of thousands of women suffering from the physical and mental burden associated with hair loss. Applying equal parts passion and knowledge, Sarah developed her own hair replacement technique and put her new vision into motion when she opened Suisse Natural Hair Salon in 1987. Sarah’s unique practice often referred to as “the Mercedes Benz of salons,” focuses not only on hair replacement but also revitalizing her client’s mental well being.

There are many types of non-surgical hair replacement options available around the world, but only Suisse Natural Hair Salon performs Sarah’s trademarked “Invisible Attachment™” technique. This is a unique a procedure that blends natural human hair into the thinning areas without the use of glue or weaving.

Great, so let’s dig a little deeper into the story – has it been an easy path overall and if not, what were the challenges you’ve had to overcome?
In the beginning… When we first started, we opened Suisse Natural Hair Salon on Newbury Street in Boston. Since confidentiality and convenience are paramount when it comes to hair replacement, we decided to move our facility to a more discrete location with plenty of free parking just minutes from Boston.

The hair replacement industry has changed a lot over the past twenty years with countless online companies selling products over the Internet. On one hand, it’s great that we have an endless supply of information at our fingertips, however, on the other hand, not all of the information is true. False claims and fake photos saturate the Internet when it comes to hair replacement and for many people suffering from hair loss, cheap online offers are so tempting that they purchase hair replacement products that don’t live up to their expectations. This results in us receiving a lot of calls from people who ask for our assistance after they’ve purchased hair replacement products online, and unfortunately, there’s nothing we can do. You’ve heard the term “you get what you pay for” well when it comes to natural looking hair replacement, it’s the absolute truth.

Alright – so let’s talk business. Tell us about Suisse Natural Hair Salon – what should we know?
Sarah’s contributions in the world of hair replacement have been recognized in countless local and national publications as well as television broadcasts. One of Sarah’s most noble recognitions is for her work with women diagnosed with cancer. Chemotherapy patients always receive Sarah’s undivided attention and support. It is with great pride that Sarah offers her services to these women and that the result of her work brings both joys and hope to the women and their loved ones.

Is there a characteristic or quality that you feel is essential to success?
It’s Sarah’s unique personal touch that makes Suisse Natural Hair Salon so extraordinary. Each client is catered to with exceptional service in their own private salon suite. There is no wait or rush when you visit Suisse Natural Hair Salon. You can leave your anxiety behind, close the door to your personal suite, and relax. Unlike other hair replacement salons, Sarah’s one on one private consultation with her clients doesn’t end after the first visit, it continues and flourishes with each additional visit. Sarah listens, paying close attention to your needs while working with you and for you to achieve the look you desire. Sarah doesn’t just provide hair loss solutions for women and men, she offers long-lasting support to each and every client.

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