What happened to L Occitane?

What happened to L Occitane?

The U.S. division of French beauty products maker L’Occitane International SA has filed for bankruptcy, behind on $15 million in rent and seeking to shed lease obligations after the Covid-19 pandemic cut into sales.

Are L Occitane products made in France?

All of L’Occitane’s products are developed and produced from its base in Manosque, where 1,000 employees work. The company sources the majority of its production from Provence and one of their main product l’Immortelle plants (Helichrysum italicum) from Corsica from producers who rely on traditional production methods.

Is L Occitane French?

L’Occitane en Provence (often just known as L’Occitane), the French C company which is synonymous with natural and organic body care products, has been in the news quite a bit of late.

What does L Occitane mean in French?

the woman from Occitania
L’OCCITANE means “the woman from Occitania”. Occitania is the name of the ancient geographic area in southern France, spanning from northeastern Spain to northwestern Italy.

Where are L Occitane products manufactured?

Transfer to manufacturing site Our Manosque factory produces perfumes, toiletries and hot filled products and has around 800 members of staff working from the 65,000m2 production site. Face, body creams and handcare are manufactured in Lagorce, where 200 employees work at the 32,000m2 production site.

Is Occitane cruelty-free 2022?

L’Occitane is not cruelty-free. L’Occitane is not cruelty-free. They may test on animals, either themselves, through their suppliers, or through a third party. Brands who fall under this category could also be selling products where animal testing is required by law.

What is comparable to L Occitane?

L’OCCITANE’s top competitors include Anastasia Beverly Hills, Osea Malibu, Juice Beauty and Rituals. L’Occitane is an international manufacturer and retailer of face and body care products, fragrances and home products.

When did Occitane buy Elemis?

January 2019
The fastest-growing geographic market by far was the UK with growth more than doubling to €76.8 million thanks to Elemis, which L’Occitane bought in January 2019. It marked the company’s largest acquisition since listing.