By 2020, 100% of our new products will have an improved environmental or social profile. The Group seeks to innovate sustainably through various initiatives that include reducing the environmental footprint of formulas, respecting biodiversity through a sustainable sourcing policy for raw materials, committing to zero deforestation and using eco-designed packaging.
More than 40 000
40,000 formulas in all 19 types of product made by the Group were analysed by our experts in 2014 and 2015.
* shampoos, conditioners, shower gels, skincare products, cleansers, hair colouring, styling products, perms, deodorants, suncare products, make-
up and fragrances.
New or renovated products have an improved environmental or social profile in 2015. Our target: 100% by 2020.
of new or renovated products have an improved environmental or social profile thanks to packaging with a smaller environmental footprint.
« Nous sommes tous mobilisés pour construire un Loréal plus durable. »Alexandra Palt
Directrice Responsabilité Sociétale et Environnementale
L’Oréal takes palm oil sustainable sourcing one step beyond WorldWorld
L’Oréal takes palm oil sustainable sourcing one step beyond
L’Oréal published on June 2016 its first Palm Oil Progress report highlighting the latest results and innovations implemented for 100% responsible sourcing of palm oil and palm oil derivatives.See more
tonnes of recycled used in 2015.4,200
tonnes of materials saved since 2008 thanks to weight-reduction initiatives.
of supplies of palm oil, palm oil derivatives and palm kernel oil derivatives have been certified sustainable
As per RSPO (RoundTable on Sustainable Palm Oil) criteria since 2012
More than 50 %
of raw materials* used by L’Oréal are renewable. This represents around 1,400 ingredients from nearly 300 plant species sourced in over 80 countries.
* in volume