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KLM’s New Rituals Line

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KLM crew member holding new Rituals line of product available in their business class cabin

KLM Airlines, who are known for flying to long haul destinations such as Rio, Mauritius and Mumbai have gone into an exciting new partnership with luxury cosmetic Brand; Rituals.

The cosmetic brand has designed an exclusive line of products for KLM’s passengers to feel refreshed, energised and pampered at 40,000 ft.  When speaking about the new line, they said they were inspired by the idea of “Where the Far East and the historical West first met.” The scents in the new line are a reflection of Dutch tulips and Japanese yuzu.

KLM’s Business Class Amenity Kit & Rituals Contents

Red Jan Taminiau Amenity Kit
KLM’s Business Class customers will enjoy the Jan Taminiau amenity kit and Rituals luxury hand and body lotion, hand foam, hair gel, and body mist in the lavatories. They will also receive a stylish set of face moisturizer and lip balm, arriving into each destination rejuvenated.

Tulips & Yuzu

The Rituals body lotions and creams
Tulips are known for their soothing and softening effect on dry and sensitive skin. They help protect against free radicals and have moisturizing properties that prevent skin from ageing. Yuzu is both a citrus tree and fruit. The Yuzu sometimes called the Japanese citron is highly nutritious. Its juice is often used as a painkiller and promotes relaxation. The fruit’s flesh is rich in antioxidants.

Visit our KLM Business class page to book and experience the Rituals brand. You can also call us on 0208 417 1366 to get expert advice from our well-travelled team.

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