Improvement of a La Roche-Posay formula screened using SPOT

Since 2016, La Roche-Posay evaluates the impact of its products on the environment and identifies possible means of improvement.

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04/2017

In 2016, La Roche-Posay began to use SPOT to evaluate the impact of its products and identify possible means of improvement. The brand has, for example, renovated the formula of its ultra-fine exfoliating scrub, which now has 10% improved biodegradability, in particular thanks to the replacement of the plastic microbeads by perlite, a mineral particle with an excellent environmental profile. In line with its commitment, by the end of 2016 the L’Oréal Group had reformulated 100% of its rinse-off exfoliating products: none of these still contain plastic microbeads.

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Assessing the footprint of our products

By 2020, L’Oréal will have enabled 100,000 people from underprivileged communities to access work. To achieve this goal, the Group relies on a number of inclusive business models, such as providing vocational training, hiring people with disabilities and rolling out programmes such as Solidarity Sourcing.