Chur Locations
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  • Opening hours


    10 - 19


    10 - 19


    10 - 19


    10 - 19


    10 - 19


    10 - 18

    Sunday and holidays


  • Contact

    081 511 75 70

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    Gäuggelistrasse 2

    7000 Chur

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Our offer in Chur

HAIR & SKIN Chur offers consultations, hair transplants and PRP treatments for hair and skin at the attractive location in Chur city centre. Both on foot, by train or by car, the location has excellent transport links.

Our treatments in Chur

You only pay for Your treatment

Both the consultation and control appointments at HAIR & SKIN are free of charge and without obligation. You pay only for your treatment. We accept most payment methods. Payment by installments is also possible.

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Our clinic

HAIR & SKIN clinics have nothing to do with the ordinary appearance of a clinic. Here, modern architecture meets sleek design. Precision and aesthetics are very much in the foreground.

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Hair Transplantation

Nikitas, 28 years old

Long Hair Transplantation

I'm so glad I did that here in Switzerland. Definitely.

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Our team welcomes you to one of our modern clinics and looks forward to your visit!


Frequently asked questions

  • What method of hair transplants does HAIR & SKIN offer?

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    We perform hair transplants exclusively performing the FUE method. With this method, hair follicles, or grafts, are removed individually with a very fine hollow needle. The follicles are transplanted to the new location immediately after removal. The small extraction holes of the hollow needle grow back within a very short time after the procedure.

    Advantages of this method of operation:

    • A complete shave is not necessary with the FUE method (but recommended). Only the donor area at the back of the head is shaved.
    • We "harvest" hair follicles gently, without cutting out skin with a scalpel.
    • No visible scars remain.
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