Article - Taking a holiday? Spread the word about our Amenities range

Taking a holiday? Spread the word about our Amenities range

If you’ve got a well earned holiday booked somewhere in New Zealand, you might want to help us tell the B&B, lodge, motel or hotel about our new Amenities range.

This new range of minis includes our Normal Shampoo and Conditioner, Orange and Patchouli Body Wash, Extra Moisturising Body Lotion and Lemongrass Soap.

They’re each made with gentle, plant-based ingredients and won’t strip the skin’s natural protective oils.

“At ecostore, if there is any doubt about an ingredient for people’s health, or for the environment, even if it’s plant-based, we will find a safer alternative,” our co-founder and CEO Malcolm Rands says. “We hope these small versions of our toiletries will make people love their holiday accommodation even more.”

We’ve launched the Amenities range in partnership with Health Pak. Jimi Kennedy-Grant from Health Pak is noticing big demand in the hospitality industry for safer and more environmentally friendly products.

“Largely driven by customer demand, we are seeing more and more requests for products that are not only good for the environment, but good for us. We are absolutely thrilled to be able to offer our hospitality partners an ecostore bathroom amenity range. I’m confident it’s going to be hugely popular.”

He sees strong synergies between Health Pak and ecostore when it comes to leadership in sustainability.

“Health Pak has been at the forefront of making our products as environmentally friendly as possible, long before it was popular or even a widely raised issue. We also lead the way with our degradable packaging and soap recycling programs so it really is a natural fit for us to be working with ecostore with their no nasty chemicals policy and 100% recyclable packaging using renewable sugarcane-based plastic.”

We were really proud to win the Ministry for the Environment’s Green Ribbon Business Leadership Award recently as an acknowledgement of our new Carbon Capture™ Paks - the bottles this mini product range is packaged in. The Carbon Capture Paks are made from renewable sugarcane – they’re fully recyclable and help to lower your carbon footprint.

Another feature of the Amenities range packaging is the distinctive artwork by John Reynolds, one of New Zealand’s most internationally renowned artists. “John’s ‘less is more’ philosophy on art reflects the elegance of our formulations,” Malcolm says. “We follow the Einstein principle that the most elegant solution is often the most simple.”

By the way, we hope to release this range as a travel pack early next year.



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    Such a nice post!!! Thanks for sharing.
    By Kent RO Services on Sat April 01, 2017
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    I have an occasion house and might want to purchase these for my visitors. How and where would I be able to purchase them.
    By Jane Roberts on Sat March 26, 2016
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    Quick to get my hands on the littler containers
    By Jane Roberts on Wed March 02, 2016
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    Hi Mara, we hope to have this available as a travel set in the next few months. Thank you.
    By Melanie Rands on Wed February 03, 2016
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    Hi there
    can we buy small range from your store? we are going overseas- want to tae small bottles with us to use and give away. Thans
    By Mara on Thu December 24, 2015
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    Hi Eve, that sounds like a wonderful venue. To find out about the whole range and pricing, it would be best to contact our partner Health Pak: jimi@healthpak.co.nz Thank you.
    By Melanie Rands on Thu September 17, 2015
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    Hi Patrick, it would be best to contact Jimi Kennedy Grant at Healthpak, using jimi@healthpak.co.nz - thank you for your interest.
    By Melanie Rands on Thu September 17, 2015
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    Keen to get my hands on the smaller bottles
    By Val Margraff on Wed September 16, 2015
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    Hi,
    I have a holiday house and would like to buy these for my guests. How and where can I buy them.
    Thanks
    By Patrick Gleeson on Thu September 10, 2015
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    @Admin

    Yahoo! I continued intending to email and inquire as to whether you would do some littler jugs that could be refilled from our vast ones.

    regards
    rakhi
    By rakhi on Sat August 29, 2015

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