Petop Industrial Co.,Ltd releases eco-friendly toiletries kit

The amenities kits, made of corn-starch, are produced with the environment in mind and are recyclable

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Petop Industrial Co.,Ltd, international hotel amenities supplier, has released the eco-friendly hotel toiletries kit for various hotels in modern, concise and classic styles, and ideal for eco-properties.


GBGE is the abbreviation of Green Bath, Green Earth! GBGE Biodegradable hotel amenities set, mildly formulated with natural ingredients originating from plants, enriched with almond oil, shea butter, cactus and aloe extracts. Its rich and thick textures help to moisturise, nourish and soften the skin, leaving it delicately fragranced for hotel guests.


The amenities kits are produced with the environment in mind and are recyclable. The bottles used for liquid, as well as combs, toothbrush and razor, are made of corn-starch, the most popular biodegradable plastics to help reduce less pollution and make our environment more eco-friendly.

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The line comprises four 30ml bottles and includes shower gel, body lotion, shampoo and conditioner, as well as 1oz cardboard box soap positioned in a stylish and functional design wooden tray. Also, the complete amenity kit set includes comb, dental kit, shaving kit and shower cap. When you look for premium nature hotel amenity in addition to your hotel guest rooms, our wide selection of high-quality hotel guest amenity collections would be offered proudly for your special guests.

Supplier profile: Petop Industrial Co.,Ltd

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