ADA International collaborates with Kai to launch luxury hotel collection

The range includes products such as shower gels, shampoos, conditioners and lotions

ADA International collaborates with Kai to launch luxury hotel collection that includes shower gels, shampoos, conditioners and lotions
ADA International collaborates with Kai to launch luxury hotel collection that includes shower gels, shampoos, conditioners and lotions

Manufacturers of hotel cosmetics, ADA International have launched a hotel collection in collaboration with the beauty and body care brand Kai.
ADA’s CMO, Sylvia Jensch said: “We are always on the lookout for brands that distinguish themselves from everyday selections.”
The Kai signature hotel collection is available and includes scents such as gardenia, jasmine and tuberose. The product range comprises a bath and shower gel, shampoo, conditioner and hand and body lotion in 25, 40 and 60 ml recyclable bottles. Soap bars are also included in the series. Several of these products are available in the sustainable dispenser system SmartCare and also in 300 ml pump dispensers.

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