2023 Annual Results – L’Oréal Finance

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Commenting on the figures, Nicolas Hieronimus, CEO of L’Oréal, said:
“2023 was a very successful year for the group. I am immensely grateful to our teams. Their creativity, entrepreneurship and passion enabled us to report a third consecutive year of double-digit like-for-like growth, once again outperforming a dynamic beauty market. We set a new operating margin record and delivered +7.3% EPS3 growth. In a challenging environment of geopolitical tensions, inflationary pressures, and a stagnating beauty market in China, we delivered our best like-for-like growth in more than 20 years (excluding 2021). This is a clear vindication of the power of our multi-polar model, and I am particularly pleased with the strong acceleration in emerging markets.
As we head into 2024, we remain optimistic about the outlook for the beauty market, and confident in our ability to keep outperforming it and to achieve another year of growth in sales and profits.
More than ever, L’Oréal is looking to the future – a future that will have Beauty Tech at its very core. Beauty Tech will shape our industry and enable us to further strengthen our leadership. It will allow us to know our consumers ever-better, to bring them ever-more impactful and sustainable products and services and to become ever-sharper in our execution.”
 
Board appointments, renewals and resignations
Meeting on 8 February 2024, the Board of Directors, on the advice of the Nominations and Governance Committee, chose to propose Mr Jacques Ripoll as a new independent director at the Annual General Meeting. Mr Jacques Ripoll is a partner at Eren Groupe, which harnesses technological innovation to save natural resources.
Beyond the financial acumen he has honed over the course of a career with leading banks including Société Générale, Banco Santander and Crédit Agricole, Mr Jacques Ripoll will bring strategic vision on innovation, expertise in new climate-related technologies, and a commitment to sustainable development. He is set to join the Audit Committee after the Annual General Meeting on 23 April 2024, further enhancing its financial and sustainability expertise.
The Board will recommend that the Annual General Meeting renew the tenures of Ms Béatrice Guillaume-Grabisch, Ms Ilham Kadri, Mr Jean-Victor Meyers and Mr Nicolas Meyers.
The Board also acknowledged Ms Belén Garijo’s decision to step down as director due to professional commitments, effective after the Annual General Meeting on 23 April 2024, two years before the end of her current term. The Board expressed deepest thanks to Ms Garijo for her substantial contributions to the work of the Board and the Human Resources and Remuneration Committee during her ten-year tenure.
If the Annual General Meeting approves the proposed resolutions, the Board of Directors will continue to comprise 16 directors, i.e. 14 directors appointed by the Annual General Meeting and two directors representing the employees.
The balance in terms of independence and gender mix will be as follows:
 
The Board decided to review the composition of the Committees, which is set out in detail in the table below. This will take effect at the end of the Annual General Meeting, subject to the shareholders’ vote on the appointment and renewal of the aforementioned tenures.
 
Projected composition of the Board and Committees at the end of the
Annual General Meeting to be held on 23 April 2024
COMPOSITION OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS
(end of 2024 AGM)
Age
F/M
Nationality
Expiry date of term of office
Board Committees
Strategy & Sustainability
Audit
Gov.
HR & Rem.
Corporate Officers
Mr Jean-Paul Agon – Chairman
67
M
French
2026
C
Mr Nicolas Hieronimus – CEO
60
M
French
2025
F. Bettencourt Meyers & Family 
Ms F. Bettencourt Meyers – Vice-Chairwoman
70
F
French
2025



Mr Jean-Victor Meyers
37
M
French
2028

Mr Nicolas Meyers
35
M
French
2028

Nestlé-related Directors
Mr Paul Bulcke – Vice-President
69
M
Belgian/Swiss
2025



Ms Béatrice Guillaume-Grabisch
59
F
French
2028

Independent Directors
Ms Sophie Bellon
62
F
French
2027

C
Mr Patrice Caine
54
M
French
2026

C
Ms Fabienne Dulac
56
F
French
2027


Ms Ilham Kadri
55
F
French/Moroccan
2028

Ms Virginie Morgon
54
F
French
2025
C
Mr Alexandre Ricard
51
M
French
2025


Mr Jacques Ripoll
58
M
French
2028
   ●
Director repr. employees
Mr Benny de Vlieger
59
M
Belgian
2026

Mr Thierry Hamel
69
M
French
2026

Percentage Independent
NA
66%
50%
60%
Independence within the meaning of the criteria of the AFEP-MEDEF Code as assessed by the Board of Directors.
C Chairman/Chairwoman.
● Member of the Committee.
 
 
Sales amounted to 41.18 billion euros at 31 December 2023, up +7.6% reported.
Like-for-like, i.e. based on a comparable structure and identical exchange rates, sales grew by +11.0%.
The net impact of changes in the scope of consolidation was +1.6%.
Growth at constant exchange rates came out at +12.6%.
Currency fluctuations had a negative impact of -5.0% at the end of 2023.
 
4th quarter 2023
At 31 December 2023
Growth
Growth
€m
Like-for-like
Reported
€m
Like-for-like
Reported
By Division
Professional Products
1,230.3
+6.4%
+1.0%
4,653.9
+7.6%
+4.0%
Consumer Products
3,714.3
+7.7%
+1.0%
15,172.7
+12.6%
+8.2%
L’Oréal Luxe
4,139.1
+0.4%
-0.4%
14,924.0
+4.5%
+2.0%
Dermatological Beauty[4]
1,521.5
+27.3%
+20.0%
6,432.0
+28.4%
+25.5%
Group total
10,605.3
+6.9%
+2.8%
41,182.5
+11.0%
+7.6%
By Region
Europe
3,267.3
+11.6%
+9.2%
13,007.8
+16.0%
+13.7%
North America
2,836.2
+9.4%
+5.4%
11,147.2
+11.8%
+9.7%
North Asia
2,965.0
-6.2%
-9.9%
10,662.9
-0.9%
-5.8%
SAPMENA – SSA[5]
914.4
+22.0%
+18.6%
3,447.7
+23.2%
+16.4%
Latin America
622.4
+23.4%
+8.2%
2,916.9
+24.4%
+22.8%
Group total
10,605.3
+6.9%
+2.8%
41,182.5
+11.0%
+7.6%
 
The Professional Products Division reported robust growth of +7.6% like-for-like and +4.0% reported.
The Division significantly outperformed the professional beauty market, supported by its strategic focus on driving haircare, strengthening its omni-channel approach and conquering new markets.
Its two biggest brands, L’Oréal Professionnel and Kérastase, grew strongly.
By category, haircare remained particularly dynamic. This was driven by the ongoing success of Kérastase, especially its key Genesis and Chronologiste brand franchises, as consumers continued to premiumise their haircare routines. Growth was underpinned by L’Oréal Professionnel’s breakthrough innovations, including Metal Detox and Absolut Repair Molecular. In hair colour, it was driven by the blockbusters Shades EQ by Redken and the new Inoa by L’Oréal Professionnel.
Momentum was positive across all regions, led by China, the Division’s second largest market, as well as emerging markets, notably India, now the fifth largest market.
In the professional beauty industry, the Division further strengthened its leadership position, supported by its unrivalled Beauty Tech backbone, which drove strong growth in e-commerce both in B2B and B2C.
The Consumer Products Division had its best growth in more than 30 years at +12.6% like-for-like and +8.2% reported.
The Division outperformed a dynamic mass market and delivered strong growth surpassing 15 billion euros. Throughout the year, growth was driven by volume and value as the Division continued to pursue its strategy of simultaneously democratising and premiumising.
All four key brands grew in double digits, with L’Oréal Paris crossing the 7-billion-euro mark.
All major categories posted strong growth, as disruptive innovations met flawless execution. Makeup was the leading contributor to the Division’s growth, propelled by the launches of Surreal Mascara by Maybelline New York, Infallible Matte Resistance lipstick by L’Oréal Paris, and Fat Oil gloss by NYX Professional Makeup. Hair was also very dynamic, valorising with premium launches like Elvive Bond Repair by L’Oréal Paris and Garnier Good haircolor. Skincare grew significantly, with the very successful global roll out of Garnier Fast Bright with Vitamin C as well the launches of Revitalift Clinical and Glycolic Bright by L’Oréal Paris.
By region, the most noteworthy performances were in Europe, where momentum saw a truly spectacular acceleration, making it a key growth contributor, and in emerging markets, particularly Mexico, Brazil, and India. North America delivered robust growth.
L’Oréal Luxe grew +4.5% like-for-like, +2.0% reported and has become the global number one in luxury beauty.
Excluding North Asia, which was impacted by the reset of Travel Retail and the market softness in mainland China, L’Oréal Luxe grew in double digits. This was driven by continued investment in its portfolio of complementary brands, as well as its ambitious omni-channel strategy, now including Amazon in the US. The Division has become the global market leader in luxury beauty thanks to its strong momentum in developed and emerging markets and its remarkable outperformance in China. There, the early adoption of Douyin and the ongoing investment in point-of-sale quality paid off.
Fragrances remained the star performer, driven by Yves Saint Laurent with the worldwide blockbuster Libre and the successful launch of MYSLF, as well as Born in Roma by Valentino, Paradoxe by Prada, Wanted by Azzaro and Angel by Mugler. In skincare, ultra-luxury brand Helena Rubinstein passed the one-billion-euro mark, and Takami advanced strongly in the medical luxury segment. Makeup momentum accelerated in the second half of the year, driven by the Couture brands.
More recently added brands like Prada, Takami and Valentino made strong growth contributions. Aēsop, integrated since 30 August, is off to a promising start.
The Dermatological Beauty Division had spectacular growth of +28.4% like-for-like and +25.5% reported.
Dermatological Beauty maintained its outstanding momentum, growing twice as fast as the highly dynamic dermocosmetics market, and delivering its sixth consecutive year of double-digit growth. As a result, sales have more than doubled in just three years.
This was driven by the Division’s unrivalled portfolio of highly complementary brands, its online and offline channel coverage, and its longstanding medical prescription leadership.
Momentum was strong across all regions and well-balanced between developed and emerging markets. In mainland China, the Division significantly outperformed a market that proved resilient.
La Roche-Posay, the number one growth contributor,kept its outstanding pace, driven by the UVmune400, breakthrough innovation in sun care, as well as the successful Cicaplast microbiome renovation. CeraVe continued to advance strongly both in the US, where it is now the number one skincare brand, and in the rest of the world. Vichy reported its best growth in 18 years, while the portfolio of aesthetics-related brands grew in double digits.
L’Oréal Dermatological Beauty places three of its key brands in the top-four most prescribed brands by dermatologists in the world.
 
Sales in Europe saw outstanding growth of +16.0 % like-for-like and +13.7% reported.
Throughout the year, the beauty market was very dynamic, and L’Oréal outperformed across all of its core Western and Central European countries. Thanks to its outstanding progress, the region was the single-largest growth driver at Group level for the second year running.
Volume and value both contributed strongly, the latter fueled by mix and price.
All categories advanced in double-digits, led by skincare and makeup.
Professional Products continued to recruit new consumers and develop its position in premium haircare thanks to Kérastase and the strong momentum of Série Expert by L’Oréal Professionnel. In Consumer Products, each of the four key brands recorded exceptional growth. L’Oréal Luxe further strengthened its leadership in fragrances, driven by Libre by Yves Saint Laurent – now the second largest female women’s fragrance in Europe after Lancôme’s La Vie Est Belle – and by Paradoxe by Prada. Dermatological Beauty outperformed its market significantly; thanks to the continued strong growth of CeraVe, the Division now has three of the top-four dermo-cosmetics brands in Europe.
L’Oréal continued to strengthen its position in the most dynamic channels: drugstores, e-commerce, and pharmacies.
Sales in North America advanced strongly, +11.8% like-for-like and +9.7% reported.
L’Oréal outperformed a dynamic market, driven by valorising innovations and channel optimisation. Each of the Divisions grew, led by Dermatological Beauty and L’Oréal Luxe.
The Professional Products Division outperformed the market thanks to its well-rounded brand portfolio with Kérastase particularly dynamic. This was backed by its strong innovation pipeline, and its omni-channel focus, where selective channels and e-commerce outperformed.
Consumer Products grew strongly in haircare, boosted by the continued success of the core Elvive and Ever haircare franchises. In a vibrant makeup market, momentum remained strong, supported by a well-filled innovation pipeline across all brands.
L’Oréal Luxe outperformed the market in fragrances, led by Born in Roma by Valentino and MYSLF by Yves Saint Laurent. In makeup, Couture brands Yves Saint Laurent and Armani were bolstered by new launches. E-commerce remained dynamic, particularly during the holiday season.
Dermatological Beauty continued its exceptional performance, outperforming the market thanks to the uninterrupted success of CeraVe, now the number one skin care brand in the US, and La Roche Posay. Skinbetter Science maintained strong momentum.
Sales in North Asia contracted, -0.9% like-for-like and -5.8% reported.
North Asia continued to be impacted by the reset in Travel Retail following the change in policy regarding daigous. In mainland China, where the beauty market remained flat, L’Oréal grew +5.4%, significantly strengthening its leadership – boosted by the Group’s continued investment in the quality of its offline distribution in a truly O+O (offline plus online) market. In Hong Kong, momentum was buoyant, as tourist activity resumed. In Japan, L’Oréal significantly outperformed a dynamic market, driven by Consumer Products and L’Oréal Luxe.
In North Asia, growth was fuelled by L’Oréal Dermatological Beauty, where all three core brands grew in double-digits led by CeraVe, and Professional Products, where Kérastase continued to advance strongly. Both Divisions significantly outperformed their respective markets. L’Oréal Luxe continued to outperform its market, with particularly strong momentum in premium skincare thanks to the remarkable success of Helena Rubinstein and Takami; Couture brands like Yves Saint Laurent and the recently launched Prada Beauty also contributed. The Consumer Products Division was supported by the rebound of its makeup brands, Maybelline New York and 3CE Stylenanda.
Offline and online channels both contributed to growth in the region.
Sales in SAPMENA-SSA had outstanding growth of +23.2% like-for-like and +16.4% reported.
In SAPMENA, growth was broad-based as each category, Division, and country advanced in double-digits. Mix-driven value and volume both contributed strongly.
Fragrances was the most dynamic category, followed by skincare and makeup; haircare was boosted by continued premiumisation.
The stand-out performers by Division were Dermatological Beauty, where CeraVe continued its successful expansion, and Consumer Products, where all brands grew in double-digits.
By country, the Australia-New Zealand and GCC6 clusters, as well as India were the top-three growth contributors, all advancing in excess of +20%.
Sales progressed faster online than offline, driven by India and Vietnam.
SSA saw record growth with all countries advancing in double digits. Skincare and makeup led category growth; Consumer Products and Dermatological Beauty were the top performers by Division.
Sales in Latin America achieved outstanding growth of +24.4% like-for-like and +22.8% reported.
L’Oréal maintained exceptional momentum with strong contributions from both value and volume. The Group outperformed a dynamic beauty market.
All categories reported double-digit growth. Skincare, makeup, and the all-important haircare category were particularly dynamic.
By Division, the stand-out performers were Consumer Products, where all key brands and categories performed strongly, and Dermatological Beauty, where La Roche-Posay and CeraVe continued their outstanding growth.
Growth was broad-based across all countries. The top-two contributors were Brazil and Mexico; the latter reported spectacular growth in excess of 30%.
The successfully implemented omnichannel strategy resulted in well-balanced online and offline growth.
 
Audited financial statements, certification in progress.
Consolidated profit and loss accounts: from sales to operating profit.
2022
2023
€m
% sales
€m
% sales
Sales
38,260.6
100.0%
41,182.5
100.0%
Cost of sales
-10,577.4
27.6%
-10,767.0
26.1%
Gross profit
27,683.3
72.4%
30,415.5
73.9%
R&I expenses
-1,138.6
3.0%
-1,288.9
3.1%
Advertising and promotion
-12,059.0
31.5%
-13,356.6
32.4%
Selling, general and administrative expenses
-7,028.8
18.4%
-7,626.7
18.5%
Operating profit
7,456.9
19.5%
8,143.3
19.8%
Gross profit, at 73.9% of sales, improved by 150 basis points.
Research & Innovation expenses increased by 10 basis points to 3.1% of sales.
Advertising and promotional expenses increased by 90 basis points to 32.4% of sales, equivalent to an increase of more than 10% year-on-year.     
Selling, general and administrative expenses increased by 10 basis points to 18.5% of sales.
Overall, operating profit increased by +9.2% to 8,143.3 million euros, and amounted to 19.8% of sales, an improvement of 30 basis points.
2022
2023
€m
% sales
€m
% sales
By Division
Professional Products
953.6
21.3%
1,005.3
21.6%
Consumer Products
2,774.9
19.8%
3,114.7
20.5%
L’Oréal Luxe
3,350.4
22.9%
3,331.8
22.3%
Dermatological Beauty 4
1,303.0
25.4%
1,670.9
26.0%
Divisions total
8,381.9
21.9%
9,122.7
22.2%
Non-allocated7
-925.1
-2.4%
-979.4
-2.4%
Group
7,456.9
19.5%
8,143.3
19.8%
The profitability of the Professional Products Division came out at 21.6% of sales, up 30 basis points.
The profitability of the Consumer Products Division came out at 20.5% of sales, up 70 basis points.
The profitability of the Luxe Division came out at 22.3% compared to 22.9% in 2022.
The profitability of the Dermatological Beauty Division came out at 26.0%, up 60 basis points.
Non-allocated expenses amounted to 979.4 million euros.
Consolidated profit and loss accounts: from operating profit to net profit excluding non-recurring items.
€m
2022
2023
Growth
Operating profit
7,456.9
8,143.3
+9.2%
Financial revenues and expenses excluding Sanofi dividends
-73.0
-113.4
Sanofi dividends
468.2
420.9
Profit before tax excluding non-recurring items
7,852.1
8,450.8
+7.6%
Income tax excluding non-recurring items
-1,793.4
-1,957.8
Net profit excluding non-recurring items of equity consolidated companies
+1.5
+0.2
Non-controlling interests
-6.1
-6.7
Net profit after non-controlling interests
excluding non-recurring items

6,054.1
6,486.6
+7.1%
EPS2 (€)
11.26
12.08
+7.3%
Net profit after non-controlling interests
5,706.6
6,184.0
+8.4%
Diluted EPS after non-controlling interests (€)
10.61
11.52
Diluted average number of shares
537,657,548
537,021,039
Net finance costs amounted to 113 million euros.
Sanofi dividends totalled 420.9 million euros.
Income tax excluding non-recurrent items amounted to 1,958 million euros, representing a tax rate of 23.2%. 
Net profit excluding non-recurring items after non-controlling interests stood at 6,487 million euros.
Earnings per share2, at 12.08 euros, increased by +7.3%.
Non-recurring items after non-controlling interests8 amounted to 302 million euros net of tax.
Net profit after non-controlling interests came out at 6,184 million euros, increasing by +8.4%.
Gross cash flow amounted to 7,999 million euros, an increase of +9.7%.
The working capital requirement increased by 395 million euros.
At 1,488.7 million euros, investments represented 3.6% of sales.
Net cash flow9, at 6,116 million euros, increased by 23.9%.
The balance sheet remains strong, with shareholders’ equity amounting to 29.1 billion euros.
The Board of Directors has decided to propose a dividend of 6.60 euros per share at the shareholders’ Annual General Meeting of 23 April 2024, an increase of +10.0% compared with the dividend paid in 2023. The dividend will be paid on 30 April 2024 (ex-dividend date 26 April at 0:00am, Paris time).
At 31 December 2023, the capital of the company is formed by 534,725,475 shares.
The L’Oréal Board of Directors met on 8 February 2024, under the chairmanship of Jean-Paul Agon and in the presence of the Statutory Auditors. The Board approved the consolidated financial statements and the financial statements for 2023.

1 Like-for-like sales growth: based on a comparable structure and identical exchange rates.
2 Diluted earnings per share (EPS), based on net profit, excluding non-recurring items, after non-controlling interests.
3 To be proposed at the Annual General Meeting of 23 April 2024.
4Formerly known as the Active Cosmetics Division.
5SAPMENA – SSA: South Asia Pacific, Middle East, North Africa, Sub-Saharan Africa.
6 GCC: Gulf Cooperation Council
7 Non-allocated = Central Group expenses, fundamental research expenses, free grant of shares expenses and miscellaneous items.
8 Non-recurring items include impairment of assets, capital gains and losses on disposals of long-term assets, restructuring costs and tax effects of non-recurring items.
9 Net cash flow = Gross cash flow + changes in working capital – capital expenditure.
“This news release does not constitute an offer to sell, or a solicitation of an offer to buy L’Oréal shares. If you wish to obtain more comprehensive information about L’Oréal, please refer to the public documents registered in France with the Autorité des Marchés Financiers, also available in English on our website www.loreal-finance.com.
This news release may contain some forward-looking statements. While the Company believes that these statements are based on reasonable assumptions as of the date of publication of this press release, they are by nature subject to risks and uncertainties which may lead to a discrepancy between the actual figures and those indicated or suggested in these statements.”
For 115 years, L’Oréal, the world’s leading beauty player, has devoted itself to one thing only: fulfilling the beauty aspirations of consumers around the world. Our purpose, to create the beauty that moves the world, defines our approach to beauty as essential, inclusive, ethical, generous and committed to social and environmental sustainability. With our broad portfolio of 37 international brands and ambitious sustainability commitments in our L’Oréal for the Future programme, we offer each and every person around the world the best in terms of quality, efficacy, safety, sincerity and responsibility, while celebrating beauty in its infinite plurality.
With more than 90,000 committed employees, a balanced geographical footprint and sales across all distribution networks (e-commerce, mass market, department stores, pharmacies, perfumeries, hair salons, branded and travel retail), in 2023 the Group generated sales amounting to 41.18 billion euros. With 20 research centers across 11 countries around the world and a dedicated Research and Innovation team of over 4,000 scientists and 6,400 Digital talents, L’Oréal is focused on inventing the future of beauty and becoming a Beauty Tech powerhouse.
More information on https://www.loreal.com/en/mediaroom
 
L’ORÉAL CONTACTS
Switchboard
+33 (0) 1 47 56 70 00
Individual shareholders and market authorities
Pascale Guerin
+33 (0)1 49 64 18 89
[email protected]
Investor relations 
Eva Quiroga
+33 (0)7 88 14 22 65
[email protected]
Journalists
Brune Diricq
+33 (0)6 63 85 29 87
[email protected]
Christine BURKE
+33 (0)6 75 54 38 15
[email protected]
 
For more information, please contact your bank, broker or financial institution (I.S.I.N. code: FR0000120321), and consult your usual newspapers, the website for shareholders and investors, www.loreal-finance.com or the L’Oréal Finance app; alternatively, call +33 (0)1 40 14 80 50.
 
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2022
2023
€m
€m
Like-for-like evolution
Reported evolution
First quarter
9,060.5
10,380.4
+13.0%
+14.6%
Second quarter
9,305.8
10,193.7
+13.7%
+9.5%
First half total
18,366.3
20,574.1
+13.3%
+12.0%
Third quarter
9,575.2
10,003.1
+11.1%
+4.5%
Nine months total
27,941.5
30,577.2
+12.6%
+9.4%
Fourth quarter
10,319.1
10,605.3
+6.9%
+2.8%
Full year total
38,260.6
41,182.5
+11.0%
+7.6%
 
Appendices 2 to 6 are available in the full PDF version of the news release which can be downloaded below.
Our 2022 Annual Report explores the world of beauty – our passion, prowess and profession for over 110 years!
Discover the unique business model, strategy and performance of L’Oréal, the world’s leading beauty company.

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