Groupe GM and Uriage Partner to Offer New Amenity Products to Hotels Worldwide

Groupe GM, a company that designs, produces, and distributes cosmetics and accessories to the hospitality industry, has signed an exclusive agreement with the dermo-cosmetic brand Uriage. With this agreement, Groupe GM, which currently has a network of distributors in more than 70 countries, will lead the distribution of a new amenity line to luxury hotels and spas all over the world beginning February 2017. Renowned for its dermatological and beauty expertise, Uriage uses water sourced directly from a 2,000 year-old thermal spring in the French Alps to meet the needs of all skin types and to create naturally moisturizing, protective, and soothing products. The new product range that Groupe GM will distribute is enriched with aloe vera, keratine silk, olive oil, and shea butter, and features shower gel and shampoo bottles, as well as conditioner and body lotion tubes. These products are also complemented by liquid soap and hair and body gel along with two cardboard soaps consisting of a botanical soap base. The amenity line is also free from coloring agents, parabens, and silicon. “We are delighted to announce this partnership and have no doubts that our clients all over the world will be equally enthusiastic to discover this new brand in our rich product portfolio,” says Laurent Marchand, president of Groupe GM. “Mirroring our own ethos, Uriage combines the three key values of natural, authentic, and dermatological expertise, making it a perfect addition to our range of more than 30 brands.”

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