L'Oréal's success is built on a strong foundation. The world's largest beauty products company, L'Oréal creates cosmetics, perfume, and hair and skin care items under around 35 brand names. Its principal brands are L'Oréal Paris, Garnier, and Maybelline (aimed at the mass market), Lancôme (luxury market), and Redken and L'Oréal Professionnel (retail and salon sectors). L'Oréal also holds the cosmetics and fragrance licensing rights for Yves Saint Laurent and produces active cosmetics under the SkinCeuticals and CeraVe brands. Products are sold through third-party retailers, concession stands, pharmacies, and professional outlets. L'Oréal's largest shareholders are the Bettencourt family and Nestlé.
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- ASSETS (MIL USD) 48,471
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- FISCAL YEAR END DEC
- SALES GROWTH % 10.9%
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Jean-Paul AGONChairman of the Board and General Manager
Francoise BETTENCOURT MEYERSBoard Member
Bernard KASRIELBoard Member
Jean-Pierre MEYERSBoard Member and Vice President