L’Oréal and Revlon respond to slavery and trafficking statement accusations

The companies, alongside several others, were accused of a lack of transparency concerning the known risks of slavery and human trafficking in their supply chains


L’Oréal and Revlon have responded to accusations made by corporate watchdog Core Coalition, which said the companies lack transparency about the known risks of modern day slavery and trafficking in their mica supply chains.

L’Oréal, Revlon, Walgreens Boots Alliance, Estée Lauder Companies and Dior/LVMH were all accused in a new report published by Core of not providing enough information in their slavery and human trafficking statements, which are now required by law.

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L’Oréal told Cosmetics Business: “L’Oréal’s commitments to sourcing sustainable mica in India are in fact . . .

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