Industry Group: Household Products
L’Oreal, founded in 1909 by Eugene Schueller when he developed the first harmless hair colorant, is the world’s largest beauty company. It participates primarily in skincare (40% of 2022 revenue), makeup (20%), haircare (15%), and fragrance (9%). L’Oreal is a global firm, with 30% of its revenue sourced from Europe, 27% from North America, 30% from North Asia, 8% South Asia/Middle East/Africa, and 6% Latin America. The firm sells its products in many channels, including mass retail, drugstores/pharmacies, department stores/perfumeries, hair salons, medi-spas, branded freestanding stores, travel retail, and e-commerce. The firm’s top selling brands are Lancome, Yves Saint Laurent, Maybelline, Kiehl’s, L’Oreal Paris, Garnier, and CeraVe.
ESG Risk Rating
Industry Group (1st = lowest risk)
Household Products 6 out of 102
Global Universe 3642 out of 15518
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|Company||ESG Risk Rating||Industry Rank|
|6 out of 102|
|Hindustan Unilever Ltd.||
|16 out of 102|
|22 out of 102|
|The Estée Lauder Companies, Inc.||
|31 out of 102|
|Procter & Gamble Co.||
|44 out of 102|
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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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