Le Petit Prince amenity line launched by Groupe GM

The amenity line features a shampoo, shower gel, soap, as well as a colouring set and comfortable slippers

The Le Petit Prince line.
The Le Petit Prince line.

Groupe GM has launched Le Petit Prince, the newest addition to its growing range of amenities targeted at hotels’ younger guests. 

Inspired by 20th century literary piece Le Petit Prince, the new line features a wide range products.
                                    
The line features a shampoo and a shower gel in 30ml tubes, and a 15g bar of soap packaged in a sturdy yet thin cardboard box. Well-known illustrations from the book decorate all three items.
 
To complete the line are a colouring set featuring a colouring book and coloured pencils, as well as some comfortable slippers.
 
Groupe GM will donate a percentage of profits from the Le Petit Prince amenities line to the Fondation Antoine de Saint-Exupéry which, since 2008, has been focusing on educational projects aimed at disadvantaged children and young people.

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