Groupe GM partners with La Compagnie de Provence

The range features shampoo, conditioner, body milk and perfumed soap bars

Groupe GM partners with La Compagnie de Provence
Groupe GM partners with La Compagnie de Provence

Hotel amenity brand, Groupe GM has launched a product line in collaboration with La Compagnie de Provence. The line is the third to come out of Groupe GM's partnership with the French cosmetics brand.

La Compagnie de Provence’s hotel line is perfumed with the “Extra Pur” collection’s best-seller: Olivewood, a fragrance with notes of wood, citrus and camphor.

The range features four 40 ml tubes of shampoo, conditioner, shower gel and body milk. It also includes perfumed soaps which come in 30 gm and 50 gm and three 300 ml Ecopump containing liquid soap, hair and body and hand cream.

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Speaking about the partnership, Groupe GM’s president, Laurent Marchand said: “Groupe GM is honoured to continue its partnership with La Compagnie de Provence, a great company that truly embodies Provencal tradition and manufacturing.”

The amenities will be available in three to four star hotels worldwide.

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