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What is the history of L’Oréal Chile?

L’Oréal Chile was founded in December 1984, when the Group acquires its distributor in the country.

How do I contact LOréal Chile?

Friday, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Email: Address: Av. Apoquindo 3885, piso 2. Las Condes. Consumer Service: Tel : 800 20 6060. Monday to Friday, from 9 a.m to 6 p.m. Email: LOréal Santiago Academy Technical Center.

Why does L’Oréal care about animal welfare?

Because we care about animal welfare, over 40 years ago, L’Oréal pioneered the development of human reconstructed skin that can be used to evaluate how cosmetic ingredients and products behave on human skin. Address: Av. Apoquindo 3885, piso 2.

Does L’Oréal test on animals?

At L’Oréal, we care for animal welfare and we do not test on animals. We are for beauty with no animal testing. Since 1989, 14 years before the EU regulations required us to do so, we have not tested the safety of our products on animals.

What is the history of L’Oréal?

In 1909, Eugène Schueller, a young chemist with an entrepreneurial spirit, founded the company that was to become the L’Oréal Group. It all began with one of the first hair dyes that he formulated, manufactured and sold to Parisian hairdressers.

What is the history of LOréal hair dyes?

LOréals story begins in turn-of-the-century Paris, at a time when women of the demi-monde dyed their hair, their choice restricted to fiery red or coal black. In 1907, Eugène Schueller, a young chemist, began to concoct the first synthetic hair dyes by night in his kitchen and sell them to hair salons in the morning under the brand name Auréole.

How many chemists does L’Oréal have?

 L’Oréal employed three (3) chemists in 1920  In 1925, L’Oréal came up with its first real blockbuster product, L’Oréal d’Or, a hair dye that added golden highlights which made dyed blonde hair seem natural  Business boomed because of a sea of change in women’s hairstyles.

What is LOréal known for?

It boasts a world-wide distribution network as well as the industrys highest research-and-development budget and the largest cosmetological laboratories in the world. LOréals story begins in turn-of-the-century Paris, at a time when women of the demi-monde dyed their hair, their choice restricted to fiery red or coal black.

Does LOréal support animal welfare?

As is the support of animal welfare. The question of animal testing was raised by civil society or within a regulatory framework in the 2000s. Well before that time, L’Oréal developed alternative methods based on a unique technology: the reconstruction of human skin, followed by other kind of structures such as cornea or other mucosae.

Why is L’Oréal in China?

By being present in China, L’Oréal can help the regulation about animal testing to evolve. L’Oréal is the most active company working with Chinese authorities towards a complete cease of animal testing. As a result, the vast majority of products we sell in China are no longer tested on animals.

Does L’Oréal test on animals?

L’Oréal does not test any of its products or ingredients on animals. Nevertheless, because our products are sold in China, L’Oréal still figures on PETA’s list of companies that do test on animals. In China, health authorities still require and carry out animal testing for certain products.

What does L’Oréal believe in beauty?

We believe in beauty that gives everyone a space for self-expression and that is enriched by differences, reflecting the diversity of our world. At L’Oréal, we aim to be the most inclusive beauty leader and contribute to a society in which everyone can live safely, peacefully and equally.

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