Diversity: beauty for all
There are as many different visions of beauty as there are people on Earth. Thanks to its unique expertise acquired over the past 110 years, L’Oréal, the global beauty leader—for all visions of beauty—has made it its mission to provide products and services that meet the incredibly diverse needs of all consumers.
To do so, L’Oréal studies and analyses rituals on every continent to understand how women and men all over the world implement their daily beauty and skincare rituals, so it can cater to a wide range of desires and aspirations. This diversity is an incredible source of inspiration for the Research & Innovation teams and it is constantly improving their knowledge of different skin and hair types.L’Oréal also aims to reflect the diversity of the countries where the Group operates by hiring diverse teams who understand different beauty ideals. The Group remains true to its long-term commitments to diversity and inclusion as part of its mission. When people are accepted and encouraged regardless of their gender identity, religion, sexual orientation, age or any disabilities, they can grow and find satisfaction in their work as they contribute to the company’s success. As a signatory of the UN Global Compact since 2003, L’Oréal is committed to ensuring its employees can speak freely on crucial topics, including discrimination, to promoting best practices for combatting sexism in the workplace, to helping refugees return to work, and much more.The Group is working to build an even more inclusive company that reflects the diversity of the consumers it serves. Diversity and inclusion fuel innovation, inspiration and ambition, and help L’Oréal create the beauty that moves the world.
in the Refinitiv Diversity and Inclusion Index
L’Oréal recognised as one of the World’s Most Ethical Companies by the Ethisphere Institute
Skincare is a priority
A sunscreen star
Women drive tech forward
“Role modelling diverse perspectives of beauty”