L'Oreal declares 'no rinse' conditioner saves 100 litres of water per bottle

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L'Oreal's new 'no rinse' conditioner will cut water usage by up to 100 litres per bottle (credit: L'Oreal)
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L'Oreal's new 'no rinse' conditioner will cut water usage by up to 100 litres per bottle (credit: L'Oreal)

L'Oreal brand says new innovation will help firm meet its 2030 goal to cut water consumption by a quarter

A new 'no rinse' L'Oréal haircare brand aims to reduce water usage with the launch of the first mass market 'no rinse' conditioner. Launching under the firm's Garnier brand, L'Oreal said the product...

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