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Qatar Airways in partnership with Luxury Fragrance Brand ‘Diptyque’

Posted 15 March 2021 · Add Comment

Qatar Airways has introduced a new line of luxurious toiletries for premium passengers.

Qatar Airways has introduced a new line of luxurious toiletries for premium passengers.  Image:  Qatar Airways

Created by the pioneering parfumerie maison Diptyque, the new range of toiletries will adorn the First and Business Class washrooms on board the aircraft and at the airline’s premium lounges around the world.

 

The new collection includes a velvet hand lotion with luxurious scents of sweet almond and petitgrain, hand wash with notes of lavender, rosemary, and a hint of ylang ylang, infused facial water with floral notes of rose, virginia cedar and lemon petitgrain, and essential face cream with a heart of roses, voluptuous notes of prickly pear and the freshness of lemon petitgrain. Shower gel, shampoo, conditioner and body lotion cream complete the range of products offered to customers at the airline’s premium lounges at Hamad International Airport (HIA) and other key airport hubs. 

 

Qatar Airways head of product development and service design, Genevieve Rosario, said: “We are so excited to be introducing our premium passengers to a new and exclusive range of Diptyque toiletries that we hope will become a part of their lifestyles. The lavish and exquisite toiletries are designed to further enhance the customer experience, surrounding our customers in comforting essences and fragrances that will take them on a sensory journey to create travel memories with Qatar Airways. We are proud to be offering world-class products from brands such as Diptyque that have a lasting impact on our passengers.”

 

Diptyque executive director, Fabienne Mauny, said: “Travel has formed an integral part of our House since its creation in 1961. We are therefore delighted to partner with Qatar Airways, a company that shares our passion to provide our customers with enchanting experiences. We are very happy to launch this exclusive collection of products designed for passenger wellness and pleasure.”

 

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