Kloodos to open first UK clinic and worldwide pop-ups
Niche beauty brand distributor Kloodos is set to open its first clinic – Kloodos at the Chelsea Clinic – on June 6, with a focus on ageing and pain management.
The London site, situated within the existing Chelsea Clinic on the Kings Road, will offer an array of hands-on therapies, facials, radiofrequency and body treatments developed by Kloodos founder Julie Cichocki to detoxify, empower and heal.
“We’re focusing on an area of the industry that’s often neglected – age and pain management. We want to empower the body to heal itself and achieve inner wellness,” said Cichocki. “All services will begin with a medical-grade, complex magnetic therapy to align the body and reduce the inflammation that builds up due to diet, medication, pollution and life generally. Inflammation is the enemy of youthful and radiant skin.”
Kloodos is also opening a series of “Kloodos at…” pop-up clinics in luxury hotels worldwide next year, the first launching on the Andaman Islands (between India and Myanmar) on January 28, 2017. “It’s about taking these therapies around the world to exotic locations that are peaceful and unspoilt,” said Cichocki. “We will be opening a pop-up every month for six months from the start of next year and, after that, we will evaluate from there.”
Cichocki is also looking to open another standalone Kloodos clinic in the UK next year, which she said was likely to be in the Midlands. Kloodos is the distributor of niche skincare brands such as Gaylia Kristensen, Dr Alkaitis, Opalis and more. The company was established in 2014 by Cichoki, who was previously UK distributor for Karin Herzog.