Help Remedies has opened a store in Washington DC to solve traditional ailments, and non-traditional ones.
Help Remedies has opened a pop-up pharmacy in Washington, D.C. offering products that alleviate common illnesses like headaches and nausea. The Help Shop is open for four weeks, giving the public a place to stop by and learn more about Help Remedies and over-the-counter medication.
The pop-up shop will host special events that offer simple solutions for some non-traditional woes, such as a fortune teller for “help I’m worried about the future” and a relationship judge for “help I’m having an argument with my spouse.”
The Help Shop will also enact how their remedies can help by creating “living windows”, including a man in high heels on a treadmill demonstrating “help I have a blister”, and a participant in a spinning desk chair for “help I’m nauseous.” On certain evenings a “Night Pharmacy” bar will offer to alleviate different ailments with specially-made cocktails.