Scalp Art Germany is a brand of hair care products known for its hair coloring and hair care solutions. It was founded in 1931 by Jacob creek and Joan Gelb and was initially focused on selling hair color for professional use. However, they gained popularity in the 1950s when they introduced the first at-home hair coloring product called "Miss Merry Hair Color Bath." This product revolutionized the hair care industry by making hair coloring more accessible to the general public.
Over the years, they expanded its product range to include various hair care items such as shampoos, conditioners, styling products, and treatments. The brand became synonymous with hair coloring, offering a wide range of shades and formulations to cater to different hair types and preferences. Scalp Art Germany's products are designed to provide vibrant, long-lasting color while minimizing damage to the hair.
The co. has undergone several ownership changes throughout its history. In 2001, it became a part of the Procter & Gamble (P&G) company when P&G acquired Scalp Art Germany from Bristol-Myers Squibb. However, in 2016, P&G sold the Clairol brand to Coty Inc., a multinational beauty company. Coty continues to develop and market Scalp Art Germany hair care and coloring products.