I love hotel amenities. And I hold my hands up to admit I take a clean sweep of them as I exit the room. They are, for the most part all travel sized, which means they are perfect for an overnight stay or a weekend away with limited cabin baggage (i.e. under 100ml). And what’s best is that you get to try new and interesting brands and sometimes ones you’ve not heard of before.
So I was pleased to hear about the triple partnership between Resense (a spa consultant and management brand) and Elemental Herbology, who have jointly created amenities that will be exclusively available in suites throughout Kempinski Hotels globally.
Made in Italy and prescribed by Resense, the amenity range consists of four “base products”, handpicked for their individual efficacy. The Deep Cleanse (body wash), Shiny Locks (shampoo) and Hair Soufflé (conditioner) adds an element of luxury to guests’ shower rituals, while the Skin Drink (body lotion) will deeply hydrate leaving skin nourished and soft. I’ve been testing the body wash and am impressed.
Additional products such as Hand Soap, Hand Wash, Hand Lotion, Facial Cleanser and a Facial Hydrator are also available. For guests wanting a more indulgent experience, the Thermal Detox Bath Salts are ideal for soaking away toxins while soothing tired muscles.
Packed with nutrients and natural aromatherapeutic plant oils along with botanical extracts, the Elemental Herbology range is renowned for delivering visible results. Each of the products is 100% free from synthetic fragrance and colours, parabens, sulphates and mineral oil, showcasing the brand’s overarching natural approach to cosmetics.
With 50ml, 100ml and 300ml bottles, the collection offers more product than most amenity ranges, while the “apothecary – style” bottles emphasise the pure ingredients within.
“Employing the original retail and professional spa formulations in many of the amenity products has allowed us to maintain the quality and integrity with which Elemental Herbology has become synonymous,” says Elemental Herbology founder, Kristy Cimesa.