Groupe GM collaborates with skincare brand Codage

The new range of amenities will first make its debut at The Roch Hotel & Spa in Paris

Codage has partnered with Groupe GM.
Codage has partnered with Groupe GM.

Groupe GM has collaborated with Codage, known for its customised skincare, to offer a range of luxury amenities in hotels.

Codage was founded in Paris in 2010 by siblings Julien & Amandine Azencott, and is set to create a bespoke amenity line for Groupe GM.

"We are thrilled to be working with such an iconic brand," said Groupe GM president Laurent Marchand.

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"This new amenities line is a perfect fit, offering both excellence and personality. Thanks to Codage’s skincare expertise, we will be able to offer hotel guests the ultimate in both luxury and well-being."

The Codage amenities range will include a wide variety of products and will feature four 40ml pipette-esque bottles containing shower gel, shampoo, conditioner and a body lotion, enriched with almond oil and shea butter. The products are all formulated with Codage fragrance and feature aloe vera.

Bath salts (40g) and two soaps, one 30g an exfoliating one available in 50g, complement this amenities line.

Expected to be launched at the beginning of summer, the Codage hospitality products will be available to top-end hotels internationally via Groupe GM’s network of distributors across over 70 countries.

The first hotel where this line will be launched is The Roch Hotel & Spa in Paris.

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