Industry Group: Household Products
Founded in 1909, L’Oreal has grown into the largest beauty company in the world, participating in categories including skincare (40% of 2022 sales), makeup (20%), haircare (27%), fragrance (9%), and sanitary products (4%). The firm also has a diversified geographic footprint, generating 32% of sales in its home market of Western Europe, 25% from North America, 19% in North Asia, and the rest from various emerging markets across South Asia, Latin America, and Africa. L’Oreal owns a mix of premium and mass beauty brands sold through a wide range of channels such as mass retail, drugstores, department stores, travel retail, e-commerce, hair salons, and medi-spas. Leading brands include Lancome, Yves Saint Laurent, Maybelline, Kiehl’s, L’Oreal Paris, Kerastase, CeraVe, Garnier, and Armani.
ESG Risk Rating
Industry Group (1st = lowest risk)
Household Products 8 out of 106
Global Universe 4570 out of 15860
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L'Oréal SA's Exposure is Medium
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L'Oréal SA's Management of ESG Material Risk is Strong
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