JOICO K-PAK Reconstructing Shampoo was named the “Best Beauty Product” of the year in the shampoo category at the LIPS Beauty Awards 2020.
The annual awards event was organized by LIPS magazine, a leading Thai publication covering lifestyle, fashion and beauty topics for more than 20 years. The prestigious event was attended by leading beauty and fashion bloggers, beauty product executives and celebrities in Thailand.
The 36 winners, including “Best Shampoo”, were selected by a panel of seven judges consisting of beauty bloggers, entertainment personalities and LIPS magazine editors.
Joico is a brand under the Henkel Beauty Care Professional division. The K-PAK Reconstructing Shampoo is formulated with Keratin and Guajava Fruit Extract, helping to fortify weak strands of hair and prevent future damage when used with the K-PAK Reconstructing Conditioner.
Dheerasak Tridhip, General Manager of Beauty Care Professional, Henkel Thailand, said, “We are thrilled to win this award. With Joico, we are committed to creating innovative hair solutions that promotes healthy hair. Our customers are at the forefront of our product development and we will continue to work closely with them to create products in line with their needs and latest trends.”
Today SUPERNAP (Thailand), the most advanced Tier IV certified data center in the ASEAN region, extends its partnership with the Next Generation Enterprise Network Alliance (ngena), enabling customers to expand their networking portfolio to include a fully managed SD-WAN-as a Service. The solution makes it possible to efficiently and quickly built highly standardized business networks based on Cisco SD-WAN technology.
ngena is the only global end to end orchestrated SD-WAN as a service company, and the first to offer pre-built configuration for fast and secure deployment using its Connectivity Platform as a Service.
ngena is built on Cisco Technology and includes security built-in, essential services and pre-configured features. This makes it the only solution of its kind in the market today. It is designed for multi-cloud connectivity resulting in no more expensive hardware investments, project management or long-configuration times.
2020 may not be the easiest year, but there’s always a reason to smile! We’re excited to unveil “Smiles that Travelled a Thousand Miles”, an artwork created by The Fishtank by RippleRoot/ RippleRoot. Inspired by more than 3,000 heartwarming smiles and stories from Marriott International employees and guests, this artwork celebrates a festive end to 2020 and an optimistic outlook on the year to come.
We look forward to welcoming you smiles on! Stay tuned for our giveaway this week.
HUA HIN BRACES FOR NEW YEAR TRAVEL INFLUX AS MEDICAL EXPERTS WARN OF INCREASING INFECTIONS IF SERIOUS PRECAUTIONS ARE NOT TAKEN
Medical doctors in Hua Hin are advising expat residents to be extra-mindful of the risks of COVID infections this weekend, with an influx of domestic tourists from affected provinces expected”.
Medical experts of the Be Well Medical Center have sent an advisory notice to local residents recommending heightened precautions against COVID infections during the upcoming New Year celebrations.
With Bangkok having closed down entertainment venues, Hua Hin anticipates a large influx of domestic tourists during the long weekend. Hua Hin has a large population of Thai and foreign retirees who are a higher risk group for COVID-19.
The medical center recommends that local residents avoid crowded events and venues where hygiene and social distancing cannot be guaranteed. Be Well emphasizes the importance of social distancing, hygiene and masks.
Be Well Medical Center is a family health care center opened in December 2019. See www.bewell.co.th.
Manager of Be Well is Dr Chris Taylor a former cruise ship doctor with extensive experience in the prevention of virus outbreaks: “The risk of meeting infected people increases at crowded indoor events. We encourage everyone to keep their distance, and those who are at high risk for severe COVID should consider staying away altogether”.
Chief medical doctor at Be Well, Dr Paemika Pidchayathanakorn: “We should all take responsibility to help each other, especially this weekend, to prevent a COVID outbreak in Hua Hin and other places not yet affected”.