Hair Loss Treatment Prescribed Online

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To bald or not to bald...

We like to mull this question over. But if you think a full head of hair will contribute to your overall quality of life, then it’s good to be decisive. Start with an online consultation to qualify for hair loss treatment.

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How all of this works.

No more clinic waitrooms. Or pharmacy pickups. Or awkward conversations.

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  1. Complete your online visit

    We’ll ask you some questions about your medical history, and your symptoms.

  2. Get Your Prescription

    We carry most generic and brand name medication. If you’re not sure, our medical team can recommend one for you.

  3. Free + Fast Delivery

    If applicable, we’ll ship your medication to your door, in a discreet package, for free.

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Real reviews, from real people.

Here's what our patients are saying.

Great experience. Easy to navigate, easy to get my script filled. Staff are helpful, friendly and respond quickly. Would definitely recommend.


Very trustworthy and credible. They give the information you need and has great support from their doctors.


Oh my gosh. So amazing! Delivers right to your door, fast responses and they take my health care! I'm so impressed, this is definitely the future of prescriptions


Super convenient, and amazing customer service! The team always responds +++ fast and answers every question and concern. Very pleased with Felix!


Discreet, quick, very professional, and feels totally safe. This is such a convenient service and I'm a huge fan already.


Super helpful if you have questions. They get back to you instantly and care about your experience. I have had an awesome experience with them and will continue using Felix!


Sign up was a breeze, and items shipped faster than expected. A positive, painless experience from start to finish!


Very quick and easy to do. Can ask the doctor any questions about the medication. Only drawback is the initial fee, which is a bit pricey.


I really like how easy it is. I think you guys are doing something great. It's just a little pricey for me. But only because I used to be a student and had great prescription insurance!


Super simple to use! Got my meds in a timely manner. Excellent stuff.


The whole process of signing up with Felix, the online visit, and getting my prescription in the mail was very easy and very convenient.


Transparent pricing.

At Felix, it’s our goal to make pricing as transparent and easy as the care we provide. Here’s how it works.

Online visit fee

  • Reviewed by a Canadian healthcare practitioner
  • Includes up to 1 year of refills

Treatment cost

Depends on the treatment
  • Choose a treatment schedule that works for you
  • Direct billing with your insurance provider
  • Licensed practitioners available for any questions

Got questions?
We have answers.

How does hair loss treatment work?

One of the treatments we offer is an orally administered pill that functions by preventing the conversion of testosterone into a follicle-shrinking androgen called dihydrotestosterone (DHT). Hair loss treatments can work to preserve hair and may even regrow hair.

Are prescription hair loss medications effective?

The treatments we offer are generally recognized as the most effective therapy for treating thinning hair — otherwise known as male pattern baldness. Increased hair on the scalp can be seen within three months of starting treatment and longer-term studies have demonstrated increased hair on the scalp at 24 and 48 months with continued use. In one study, this drug was effective at stopping hair loss in 83% of men compared to 28% for the placebo group. Effectiveness only persists as long as the drug is taken. It typically works better to prevent further hair loss than to regrow lost hair.

What about side effects?

As with any prescription medication, side effects may occur. For the vast majority of patients, this prescription treatment works without causing side effects. However, some men may experience a reaction. Read our important safety information to learn more about possible side effects. If you experience any side effects, talk to your healthcare practitioner.

Can I be accurately assessed remotely?

When you complete an online visit for a hair loss treatment,  we will ask all the relevant questions the healthcare practitioner needs to understand your alopecia and make the best decision. Also, if the healthcare practitioner needs further information, they will follow up via our secure provider/patient chat.

How much does hair loss medication cost?

Hair loss medication filled via Felix has a starting cost of $41.23 per 30 pills. The price does not include the pharmacy fill fee and it will vary based on the drug chosen, the province it is shipped to, and the refill schedule chosen.

Am I covered by my insurance?

Medication coverage varies greatly between different plans, provinces and has specific criteria that determine eligibility. We recommend that you upload your private and/or provincial benefit card during the online visit so that our pharmacy partner can apply any coverage you are eligible for before shipping your meds. 

Can I get hair loss treatment online?

Yes, with Felix you can get treatment for certain types of hair loss online. Complete a short online assessment and review options. Once approved by the licensed healthcare practitioner, your medication will ship to your door.

How to treat hair loss

To treat hair loss you can use several different topical and oral treatments, either alone or together. The best course of treatment for you will depend on the diagnosis of your hair loss condition. While androgenic alopecia, also known as male-pattern baldness, is one of the most common types of hair loss, there can be other underlying issues contributing to hair loss. A licensed Canadian healthcare practitioner can conduct some tests to determine if there is an underlying health issue that needs to be addressed. If not, then the most common treatments for male pattern baldness are minoxidil, also known as Rogaine, and prescription oral medications. There are also medical interventions, like hair follicle transplants and laser therapy, that can be effective. Your healthcare practitioner can go over the different options with you, comparing things like price and other factors that may influence your decision. However, the good news is that there are a variety of treatment options available for hair loss. Many people have success with the most common treatments.

Why is there no cure for hair loss?

There is no cure for hair loss because the mechanisms by which the best treatments for thinning hair work aren’t entirely understood. Hair loss is part of a complex interconnected system in the body, and we understand that hormones play a major role, especially the hormone DHT. It’s not as simple as tweaking a person’s hormones to achieve a full head of hair. Two of the best treatments for hair loss, minoxidil and oral medication, were both accidental innovations in the field of hair loss treatment. While discovering the cure for hair loss would be exciting news for billions of people, for now, we have to work with the available treatments, which can still be very effective at keeping hair loss at bay. However, with both, the results only last as long as the treatment is being used. 

Where do you go for hair loss?

The best place to go for hair loss is, firstly, a licensed healthcare practitioner. That’s because they will be able to determine if you are experiencing androgenic alopecia, also known as male-pattern baldness, or if you might have an underlying health condition that is contributing to hair loss and that needs to be addressed first. When you first go in, they may ask about your diet and lifestyle, hair styling routine, stress levels, and other factors that may impact your hair. They will also ask about your family history, including whether hair loss was experienced by your parents and grandparents. A blood test is also typically used to determine if some underlying medical disorders or diseases need to be treated. The healthcare practitioner may pull out a few strands of hair to determine what stage of hair loss you’re at, and they may even conduct scalp biopsies to reveal if there is an infection that is contributing to the hair loss. These assessments will determine the best course of action, and if they find that you have male pattern baldness, they can also prescribe a widely used and effective treatment.

What doctor can I see for hair loss?

The provider to see for hair loss is, firstly, a family doctor or nurse practitioner. A primary care provider will be able to diagnose most hair loss conditions and can carry out initial assessments, after which they may refer you to a dermatologist who can offer a range of treatments. Alternatively, if other treatments aren’t needed but you’re dealing with male-pattern baldness, they can prescribe or recommend appropriate treatments. You can also have an online visit through a platform like Felix, where you’ll go through an assessment that will be reviewed by a licensed Canadian healthcare practitioner before they prescribe you a treatment. Since understanding your underlying health conditions is important before a licensed healthcare practitioner can prescribe a treatment for hair loss, you’ll also have to get a blood test done in advance of getting a prescription. Once you have your prescription through Felix, it’s good for up to a year, and you can have your hair loss treatment mailed to your home at an interval that works for you. If you already have a prescription for finasteride, you can transfer this over to Felix and skip the trips to the pharmacy to refill your prescription. 

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We're supported by some of Canada's leading licensed healthcare practitioners.

Dr. Kelly Anderson
Dr. Kelly Anderson
Family Physician, MD, CCFP(EM)
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Dr. Meghan Daly
Dr. Meghan Daly
Family Physician, MD, CCFP(EM)
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Dr. Nicole LaBrie
Dr. Nicole LaBrie
Family Physician, MD, CCFP
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Dr. Sarah Lasuta
Dr. Sarah Lasuta
Family Physician, MD, CCFP
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Dr. Sarah Peltz
Dr. Sarah Peltz
Urologist, MD, FRCSC
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Dr. Matthew Solomon
Dr. Matthew Solomon
Family Physician, MD, CCFP(EM)
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Dr. Melissa Torriero
Dr. Melissa Torriero
Family Physician, MD, CCFP
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Dr. Michelle Van Raay
Dr. Michelle Van Raay
Family Physician, MD, CCFP, LMCC
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Dr. Tanja Vlahovich
Dr. Tanja Vlahovich
Family Physician, MD, CCFP (EM)
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Dr. Sheila Wijayasinghe
Dr. Sheila Wijayasinghe
Family Physician, MD, CCFP
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