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L'Oréal Professional : source essentielle, a sustainable innovation

L'oréal Group Articles: In 2018, L’Oréal Professional launched the Source Essentielle range, with square-shaped shampoo bottles enabling minimal use of plastic materials.

Italia : Towards eco-designed POS advertising

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Towards more sustainable work places

L'Oréal Group, read more about : Towards More Sustainable Work Places

Prioritising learning and development

For L’Oréal, helping every employee to develop professionally is both central to driving performance and a question of responsibility. The Group has committed to ensuring that 100% of employees will benefit from at least one training session annually by 2020.

A plant leading the way on including people with disabilities

L'Oréal Group, read more about : A Plant Leading The Way On Including People With Disabilities

Burkina Faso : Solidarity-sourced shea butter

Shea is the central component of a sustainable supply chain the Group has established in Burkina Faso. This chain also involves two complementary providers, a fair-trade company and one of the world’s largest shea butter producers.

Mexico : Biodiversity and local development

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The CDP Supply Chain programme

L'Oréal Group, read more about : The Cdp Supply Chain Programme

An inclusive Website Factory

L'Oréal Group, read more about : An Inclusive Website Factory

L’Oréal’s sustainability challenges

In 2012, within the scope of the consultations organised during the development of the Sharing Beauty with All programme, L’Oréal developed a materiality analysis.