We were recommended by several places to try out the wig boutique for its compassionate care to its patrons who are struggling with breast cancer. Unfortunately, our experience was not the same and we will never go back there again. Although the shop was busy, I went with my mother who was just diagnosed with breast cancer. We were about the third customer to come into the store and not one person even acknowledged our presence in the store until 15 minutes later. We were obviously upset for the simple fact of having to find a wig for such an unfortunate circumstance. Finally, when it was our time to look at the wigs (we could not touch or really try on the wigs because we might damage the quality of it), I felt as if the owner was not giving us a lot of options to try on. Instead she insisted on another style (which my mother would never feel comfortable in) and kept persisting that she cannot change the style or looks of any of the wigs and kept saying, ""well, it is what it is!"" Should women not have the right to feel comfortable during this hard and challenging time in their lives? Of course we had a lot of questions about the wigs; after all, this was our first and only time in the store. She seemed bothered by our questions and never really gave us the compassion that everyone had told us about. Since our unforgettable experience, we decided to try other shops in Philadelphia. We had a wonderful experience with the owners who gave us the time and the compassion that EVERY woman deserves. We ended up finding 2 wigs that made my mom feel comfortable.