Schwarzkopf Professional launches “Fibre Clinix Mixology Bar” concept with six hair salon partners

Schwarzkopf Professional launches “Fibre Clinix Mixology Bar” concept with six hair salon partners

Henkel Beauty Care has introduced the Schwarzkopf Professional “Fibre Clinix Mixology Bar” concept, which encompasses fully customized in-salon services and home care solutions to help consumers maintain and prolong results until their next salon visit.

The premium service is available exclusively at six salons in Bangkok: Chalachol Salon, Kudos by Tarakorn Salon, A-DAY Salon, SALONDIO Salon, December Hair Salon and Hair@Nail Megabangna Salon.

The “Fibre Clinix Mixology Bar” concept is created using Schwarzkopf’s advanced repair and bonding technology and delivers personalized hair care in a four-step process. 

Consumers will enjoy professional consultations with a salon care expert to identify their unique hair needs. High-performance boosters are then mixed to offer a fully personalized treatment. These boosters target various hair types and conditions, such as damaged and over-processed hair, or color-treated hair. Finally, consumers can maintain their salon results at home using the post-treatment Fibre Clinix portion jar. More information at: Fibre Clinix | Schwarzkopf Professional (

Dheerasak Tridhip, General Manager of Beauty Care Professional, Henkel Thailand, said, “We are excited to introduce the new service from our trusted Fibre Clinix brand to hair professionals in Thailand. Through the Mixology Bar concept, consumers can experience personalized and advanced treatments from our haircare experts both in-salon and at home.”

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