ADA Cosmetics launches Bronnley range for hotels

By Emma Eversham

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Bronnley's Honey Blossom range for hotels will be distributed by ADA Cosmetics for the first time
Bronnley's Honey Blossom range for hotels will be distributed by ADA Cosmetics for the first time
ADA Cosmetics International has worked with British fragrance brand Bronnley to produce a new hotel toiletries range - Honey Blossom.

Product details:

Guest amenity provider ADA Cosmetics has worked with British fragrance and cosmetic brand Bronnley for the first time to create Honey Blossom, a line of toiletries which 'unite a warm honey scent with a delicate flowery bouquet of rose, acacia and jasmine'. The line includes honey and propolis extracts to soothe skin and Royal Jelly to moisturise. The range comprises a shower gel, body lotion, shampoo and conditioner which are available in 30ml and 50ml bottles. Liquid soap, hair & body wash and a hand cream are also available in 300 ml pump dispensers and fine bath powders are available in 50g sachets. 


Bronnley has built up a strong following in the retail sector and has been supplier to the British royal family for years, but has so far not been present in hotels. ADA Cosmetics hopes hotels stocking it will benefit from its strong brand credentials and familiar name.  


Dependent on amount ordered. 


From ADA Cosmetics International. Call Dominique Pisan on 0207 959 2409 or email vasb@nqn-pbfzrgvpf.pbz

Why you should buy it:

"With Bronnley the hotelier gets a well-branded product made by a British company that has been creating luxury toiletries since 1884," said Sylvia Jensch, marketing director for ADA Cosmetics. "Today, the brand continues to maintain its commitment, creating exquisite bath and body care products enriched with the best quality ingredients and natural extracts. Their first class products will not only convince guests to come back, but will also positively reflect on the hotel's image and makes them stand out."

Related topics: New Products, Hotels, Hospitality Services

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