By 2030, 95% of our ingredients in formula will be bio-based, derived from abundant minerals or from circular processes.
By 2030, 100% of the plastics used in our packaging will be either from recycled or bio-based sources (we will achieve 50% by 2025).
By 2030, we will reduce by 20% in intensity the quantity of packaging used in our products, compared to 2019.
By 2025, 100% of our plastic packaging will be refillable, reusable, recyclable or compostable.
By 2025, 100% of our new displays will be eco-designed, taking into account circular economy principles for end of life management and 100% of our new Free Standing Stores will be designed and build following our sustainability principles.
By 2030, 100% of the waste generated in our sites will be recycled or reused.
59%Today, 59% of L’Oréal’s raw materials are derived from renewable sources.
In 2020, the Group replaced virgin materials with 57,096 tons of recycled materials (PCR).
In 2020, L’Oréal recovered 96% of the waste that could not be avoided at source, by reusing or recycling, or harnessing it to produce energy.
Reducing Plastic Packaging
Focus On Sustainable Packaging: What Have We Been Up To?
Since 2007, L’Oréal has implemented a responsible packaging policy based on three pillars, known a the “three Rs”: Respect, Reduce and Replace. Here’s an overview of how we’ve improved our packaging.
The First Cosmetic Bottle Derived From Enzymatic Plastic Recycling
Biotherm Reveals Its First Refillable Skincare Technology
Garnier Solid Shampoo: A Step Further Towards Sustainability
Sharing beauty with all
Plastic Packaging Policy
The First Cosmetic Plastic Bottle Made from Industrial Carbon Emissions
MY WAY by Giorgio Armani, Between Femininity and Responsibility
Biotherm: New Solar Protection that Respects the Aquatic Environment