1. Jean-Paul Agon, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of L’Oréal.

    Jean-Paul Agon: Progress and outlook

    We have stepped up our metamorphosis to the New L’Oréal: more universal, more digital and more sustainable
    Jean-Paul Agon, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, reviews a successful 2015 and reports on the group’s strategic transformations.
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  2. L’Oréal in figures

    • +12.1%
      sales growth based on reported figures
    • 4.4
      billion euros of operating profit
    • +14.8%
      growth of dividend per share(1)
    All 2015 figures
  3. View of Berlin by night, Germany.

    Germany: a reservoir of growth in Europe

    L’Oréal Germany recorded good growth for the third year running, with the Consumer Products Division and L’Oréal Luxe performing particularly well. Once again, the group maintained its position as the German beauty market leader(2).
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  4. Beauty blogger @makeupshayla, for Nyx Professional Makeup.

    NYX Professional Makeup, an inspiring model

    NYX Professional Makeup is a Consumer Products Division newcomer that stands out thanks to its radically new approach to make-up, its 100%-digital communications and its magnetic appeal. It is one of the most dynamic brands in the marketplace.
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  5. Cara Delevingne for Yves Saint Laurent Beauty.

    The YVES SAINT LAURENT Beauty year

    Thanks to its fragrances, particularly the continued success of Black Opium, and its trendsetting make-up initiatives, YVES SAINT LAURENT Beauty posted very strong growth at +18.4%(3).
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  6. Pro Fiber range by L’Oréal Professionnel.

    Tailor-made professional services

    This year, to meet consumers’ aspirations for increasingly personalised beauty, the Professional Products Division once again launched scientific innovations and exclusive services.
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  7. Metacell Renewal B3 by Skinceuticals, Neovadiol Substitute Complex by Vichy and Lipikar Baume AP+ by La Roche-Posay.

    High-value added skincare

    The Active Cosmetics Division strengthened its position as the dermocosmetics market leader and expert in 2015, with a year full of skincare innovations and success stories for its three major brands: LA ROCHE-POSAY, VICHY and SKINCEUTICALS.
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  8. Young women browsing on a tablet at a café in Turkey.

    The potential of e-commerce

    • +37.9%
      sales growth of e-commerce(4)
    • 5.2%
      e-commerce share of consolidated sales(4)
    • More than 20%
      of the Consumer Products Division sales via e-commerce in China(4)
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  9. Chinese spokeswoman for Hydrafresh Anti-Ox Mask-in Lotion by L’Oréal Paris.

    Innovations inspired by China

    The local development of products is a strategic priority in L’Oréal’s innovation process. Today, many products sold in China were developed at the Research and Innovation centre in Pudong, near Shanghai.
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  10. A farmer in Bolivia harvesting quinoa real.

    “Sharing Beauty With All”, progress and results 2015

    For the second year of its roll-out, the “Sharing Beauty With All” programme recorded good progress and was enriched with a new ambition: to become a “carbon balanced” company by 2020.
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(1) Dividend proposed at the Annual General Meeting on April 20th, 2016.
(2) Source: Beauty market, Euromonitor, Germany, market share value 2015.
(3) Like-for-like.
(4) Sales achieved on the brands’ own websites and estimated sales achieved by the brands corresponding to sales through retailers’ websites (non-audited data). Like-for-like growth.