Groupe GM collaborates with skin expert Perricone MD

The line of amenities will be available in four and five star hotels around the world

Groupe GM collaborates with skin expert Perricone MD for a new line of products
Groupe GM collaborates with skin expert Perricone MD for a new line of products

Guest amenities provider, Groupe GM has announced a partnership with anti-aging skin care experts, Perricone MD for a new line of amenities.

On partnering up with Perricone MD’s founder and dermatologist, Dr. Nicholas Perricone, Groupe GM’s president, Laurent Marchand said: “We are very excited to launch our new collaboration with Perricone MD."

He added: “This collection’s dedication to the promotion of healthy living and aging fits perfectly within our philosophy at Groupe GM.  We look forward to a fruitful three-way relationship between ourselves, Perricone MD and of course, our customers.”

The new range features ingredients and technologies based on over 30 years of clinical and scientific research. The products are formulated with vitamins B5 and E and geranium for a floral fragrance.

The new collection features three 50 ml bottles of shampoo, conditioner, shower gel and a 40 ml tube of body lotion. The range also includes perfumed soaps available in 30 and 50 gm, eco-pump 300 ml, hair and body gel, liquid soap, hand and body balm.

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