L’Oréal and Albéa launch the first paper-based cosmetic tube

Long committed to reducing our environmental impact and improving the footprint of our packaging, L’Oréal is proud to announce the development of the very first paper-based cosmetic tube. The fruit of our collaboration with Albéa, a world leader of cosmetic packaging, its debut on the market is scheduled for 2020. 

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