Developed closely with consumers, in collaboration with the brands and the production centers operations, these innovations enable L’Oréal to create cosmetic products that meet the infinite diversity and desires of beauty in the world.
Technologically advanced and deeply anchored in major trends, these innovations are the fruit of L’Oréal’s Research expertise and the Group is proud to share them.
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