MUSE ar-ti-san Guest Conditioner 100 per case (.39¢ each or less!)

Hotel Supplies Canada by Custom Amenities Inc

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Leave your guests hair radiant, smooth, and strong with our MUSE ar-ti-san Sandalwood Hotel Conditioner. It is light weight yet moisturizing, featuring a spa quality formula that is inspired by natural ingredients. Mildly scented with hint of sandalwood, this retro chic bottle with a twist cap, gives a clean and simple design, making it a wonderful hotel toiletries choice for any guest room.

Details:

Formula: Sandalwood

Size: 40ml

Case pack: 100

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