For many years, L’Oréal’s Professional Products Division has been committed to sustainability. We have embedded sustainability throughout our value chain from our products’ packaging and formulas to their production and transportation.

Today, the division is going even further with the launch of the Hairstylists for the Future program. This initiative will continue to transform the hairstyling industry and embark hairstylists around the world on the sustainable journey.


L'Oréal is partnering with local waste management providers to deliver recycling solutions for the different materials used in salons, such as aluminum tubes, plastic bottles and even hair.


To lower salons’ energy footprint, the Division is creating partnerships with local renewable energy contractors to provide beauty salons with exclusive offers. By 2025, L’Oréal will reach 100% renewable energies for its sites*.” (*Operated sites, excluding safety and security installations)

*Montreal factory is already 100% powered by renewable energies!

Green Circle X Earth Day

Green Circle Salons is the industry’s first sustainable salon solution dedicated to fighting beauty waste. This award-winning program empowers salons to offset their emissions and recover up to 95% of their beauty waste. 

Join the Hairstylists for the Future movement during Earth Month and save up to $320 on your Green Circle Salons membership. 

*Contact your business partner or educator to learn more and enjoy our exclusive offers

L'Oréal's International Haircare Products Factory in Burgos is a pioneer in the implementation of social and environmental initiatives. It was among the first of the Group to achieve renewable energies in 2015 thanks to the introduction of a biomass trigeneration plant which enables all the energy consumption to be 100% renewable.

Just two years later, the plant set a new milestone by becoming L'Oréal's first "Waterloop" factory in the world. This means that it only uses water as a raw material and for human consumption, with a closed-loop system that retrieves and recycles water from its production phase, saving 28,000 m3 liters of water per year.