LOreal has announced the inauguration of its Global Hair Research Centre located in Paris Saint-Ouen.
L'Oreal's Saint-Ouen Research Centre in Paris
The centre’s Research & Innovation programmes are exclusively dedicated to the hair-care profession which includes hair colouring, hair care, styling and perms, smoothing or straightening.
The centre is one of the largest investments in L’Oreal’s Research & Innovation history. The 25,000 square metre centre hosts 500 employees. These include chemists, physcio-chemists, opticians, materials scientists, metrologists, rheologists, computer scientists and statisticians.
The Saint-Ouen Research Centre is the head of a global network of six Research & Innovation regional centres and serves as the headquarters for the international departments in hair colour, hair-care and hair styling. The six Research & Innovation regional centres are located in Japan, China, India, USA, Brazil and in Saint-Ouen for Europe.
The centre employs 500 employees and is one of the largest investments in L'Oreal's Research & Innovation history.
Jean-Paul Agon, chairman and CEO of L’Oreal says, “The Saint-Ouen research centre exemplifies our strategy which aims to make beauty universal based on a deep understanding of consumers’ needs and aspirations, in order to offer products that match women’s and men’s different cultures, beauty routines and purchasing power.”
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