‘Our goal is by 2020 to have none of our products linked to deforestation.’L’Oreal’s website statement on palm oil
This target has been and gone. Still, enormous environmental and social damage continues to be caused by L’Oreal and its palm oil.
Despite being an RSPO member, L’Oreal continues to be involved in human rights abuses, deforestation, child slavery and rape for the palm oil that goes into their beauty products.
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“Because you’re worth it!”…but not if you live in the third world, are paid almost nothing and are treated like dirt
A 2020 Associated Press investigation found L’Oreal, Unilever, Johnson&Johnson and Avon involved in rape, child slavery and human rights abuses in their palm oil plantations.
L’Oreal and its supply chain are destroying rainforests, releasing mega-tonnes of carbon into the atmosphere, and killing hundreds of endangered species. Once these animals are gone – they are gone for good.
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L’Oreal own a vast global stable of perfume, beauty, haircare and cosmetics brands…
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