Direct to Guest

 

Have you ever stayed at a hotel and absolutely fell in LOVE with their hotel toiletries?  But, once you track down who supplies it, you find out you can’t buy them because you’re not in the hotel industry or a wholesale purchaser?

Well, guess what? We are proud to now offer 7 of our amenity collections in a convenient 355ml direct to guest bottle. That's right, anyone can order from our online store and get their favorite Shampoo, Conditioner and Body Wash for at home use. 

Our Direct to Guest 355ml bottles feature the following collections: Ambr, Hydo Spa, TRUe, ESA, ECO Sciences, Lavish and Nurture.

Browse below for your favorite Shampoo, Conditioner & Body Wash

Amenities beyond the Ordinary – for everyone

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