The H2O+ toiletry line, which can be found in guest rooms at Disney’s U.S. resorts and on the Disney Cruise Line, has announced they will be retiring the brand at the end of the year.
H2O+ was formed in 1989, and focused on using pure ingredients in a cruelty-free manufacturing process with eco-friendly packaging.
Since 2006, H2O+ has been the Official Sponsor of the Guest Room Bath Amenities of the Walt Disney World Resort, Disneyland Resort, Aulani – a Disney Resort & Spa, and Disney Cruise Line.
The Sea Marine and Sea Salt scent line has become the one of the scents of a Disney vacation.
The brand has been a subsidiary of Pola Orbis Holdings, based out of Tokyo, Japan, since 2010.
Where to Buy
As the product is phased out, it will still be available to purchase at shopDisney.com, where there is currently a 30% off sale.
Some of the Chandrila Star Line products are available there, too. This is a special line only found at the Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser resort at Walt Disney World.
A banner on the shopDisney page says “Save on skincare, haircare, and more before they’re gone forever on September 30.”
The products should also be available in resort and ship gift shops until through the end of the year, unless they sell out of stock.
What Will Be Replacing H2O+
It is unknown what Disney will do now that the H2O+ line will no longer be available.
Will they go back to self-manufactured bath products in the Mickey packaging that were found in the rooms before the H2O+ sponsorship? Or will they find another brand to sponsor the toiletries?
We’ll let you know as soon as Disney Parks announces its decision. One possible new sponsor could be the Japanese company Kao Corporation, which already sponsors toiletries at Tokyo Disney Resort (and manufactures those cute Mickey Mouse head soap dispensers).
In the meantime, what brand would you like to see replace H2O+? Let us know in the comments.