Laboratoires M&L SA (Formerly known as L'Occitane en Provence)

The story begins in Provence, in 1976, when L’OCCITANE was created by Olivier Baussan. Drawing inspiration from Mediterranean cultures, he developed skincare products and fragrances that were natural and authentic, effective and deliciously appealing. Today, L’Occitane expresses its art de vivre and its know-how in its shops devoted to well-being.
We bring together nature and research, following the principles of phytotherapy and aromatherapy. We source over 200 ingredients of plant origin and essential oils, which are often organic and of controlled origin.
L’OCCITANE is a socially responsible company, committed to limiting the impact of its actions and products on the environment. Moreover, we are constantly striving to further reduce this impact.
From the very beginning, L’OCCITANE has established links beyond the Mediterranean and supported sustainable development programs.
We pursue our research with the aim of offering the very best natural or certified-organic products.

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Supply Chain Certification
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23/02/2012 22/02/2017 Laboratoires M&L, La Fontaine du Cade, 07150 Lago France IP, SG View
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