The masterclass, held at London’s Royal Institution, heard from the biggest names in the business and how they are leaning on sustainability to drive innovation
L’Oréal intends to make 95% of ingredients biobased by 2030
L’Oréal, LVMH and Estée Lauder Companies (ELC) have thrown their weight behind ‘green’ chemistry.
Speaking at London’s National Beauty Science Institute (NBSI), at the Royal Institution, the beauty behemoths stood by the need for better sustainability at the heart of cosmetics.
And to achieve this, all three conglomerates are working on new sciences and technologies to inspire...
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