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Introducing the Lapē Collection hand care range

Published 20th September, 2016 by Neil Nixon

Introducing the Lapē Collection hand care range

Diversey Care has announced the launch of the LapÄ“ Collection - the latest high-quality, sustainable hand care offering from its Personal Care portfolio. The Lapē Collection consists of a range of hand washes and lotions.

The elegant presentation and delicate scent of the products make them an attractive hand care offering for a range of hospitality environments such as restaurants, hotels, offices, and airport lounges. The Lapē Collection also accommodates any skin type, as the products contain mild formulations to reduce the risk of allergic reactions, and all products are phthalate, paraben and triclosan free. The range is also environmentally viable as the bottles and outer packaging are entirely recyclable.

The 300ml bottles of hand wash and hand lotion are available in two scents - Oriental Lemon Tea and Honey Vanilla. The hand wash cleanses and hydrates, whilst the hand lotion effectively moisturises, softens and reconditions the hands.

Diversey Care has also introduced a spillage-free refill solution for its products. This reduces cost-in-use and plastic waste, and enhances the guests' washroom experience by always having bottles which are full.

Diversey Care reinvests a percentage of sales from the Lapē Collection back into communities through Soap for Hope - an initiative by Sealed Air to save lives, enhance livelihoods and reduce waste. Diversey Care is offering the Lapē Collection customers access to attractive signage to communicate to guests and customers the support provided to Soap for Hope.

Dr. Ilham Kadri, president of Diversey Care, said: “The Lapē Collection offers a complete guest hygiene solution for the hospitality sector as it provides a range of high quality products which not only considers skin safety and cost, but is environmentally viable. This collection demonstrates that luxury and eco-consciousness do not have to be mutually exclusive.”

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