By 2030, 100% of the biobased ingredients for formulas and packaging materials will be traceable and will come from sustainable sources. None of them will be linked to deforestation.
To limit our impact on natural habitats, we are committing to holding flat, by 2030, the total land occupancy vital to the sourcing of our ingredients, compared to 2019.
By 2030, 100% of our industrial sites and all our operated buildings will have a positive impact on biodiversity, compared to 2019.
In 2019, 85% of new or renovated products had an improved environmental or social profile.
100% of our supplies of palm oil, palm oil derivatives and palm kernel oil derivatives have been certified sustainable in line with RSPO criteria since 2012.
100% of paper used for the instructions included with products is certified as sustainable.
Focus On Ensuring the Sustainable Sourcing of Our Ingredients
The group has long been working to reduce the environmental footprint of its product formulas and to ensure its raw materials are sourced in a responsible, sustainable way that respects biodiversity.
Guaranteeing Sustainable Sourcing For Our Renewable Raw Materials
Madagascar: Sourcing Vanilla Sustainably
MY WAY by Giorgio Armani, Between Femininity and Responsibility
Mexico : Biodiversity And Local Development
Focus On Achieving Zero Deforestation
As part of its commitment to “zero deforestation”, L’Oréal implements action plans to ensure the sustainable supply of soya oil, palm oil and wood-fiber based products (cardboard and paper for packaging) so that none of its products is associated with deforestation.
Achieving “zero Deforestation”
L’Oréal Takes Palm Oil Sustainable Sourcing One Step Beyond
Including The Fight Against Deforestation In The Supplier Selection Process
Malaysia : Supporting Smallscale Palm Oil Farmers
Palm Oil Progress Report 2018