At La Bottega, we work hard to redefine conscious luxury for today’s travelers and hotel guests.
We are driven to repurpose, upcycle and recycle materials into innovative new products to deliver elevated experiences, unforgettable moments and products that last through time and beyond the notion of single use.
Our packaging comes from recycled materials (such as post-consumer plastic) and/or are completely recyclable materials (such as polyethylene). In addition, we use materials, such as ceramic, aluminum and glass.
Our commitment is to reduce the amount of plastic used in the world by not introducing new plastic into the environment and promoting alternative materials.
Our laboratory technicians, chemists and quality control staff are committed to constantly evolve our production process, to minimize waste and emissions.
We offer formulations that are Nickel-tested, free of silicones, parabens, MIT and are all cruelty free.
We also present gluten free, mineral oil free, vegan, and natural formulations that are blended with retail proprietary essential oils.
Allowing hotels to craft their own story through their choice of formulation.
Our laboratories are ICEA (Institute of Ethical and Environmental certification) certified to produce Eco and Bio cosmetics.
One of the La Bottega’s founding principles is recognizing human contribution and protecting human dignity.
Respecting human rights and promoting employee well-being is deeply rooted within the core values and principles of our family-founded Company. They are fundamental to the sustainability of our business operations and create value in the community where we operate.
CLEAN THE WORLD
La Bottega has recently signed a partnership with Clean The World, the largest non-profit organization that regenerates used Hotel Beauty Kits and gives them a new purpose towards hygiene and sanitation of vulnerable communities around the world.
By joining the efforts of Clean the World and La Bottega, discarded soap and shampoo products from each property will be recycled and distributed to those in need. Recycled soap and shampoo get distributed to local food banks and homeless shelters where there is a critical need for hygiene products.