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Avon aspires to become best beauty company for the world

Avon aspires to become best beauty company for the world

 June 09, 2020

Avon has launched its latest Corporate Responsibility Report which shares progress on all aspect of its sustainability strategy.

Highlights from the report include:

  • $1.1bn donated to women’s causes to date
  • 99% brochure paper sourced sustainably
  • 50% of Avon's energy-use came from renewable sources in 2019
  • 93% recycling in its operations
  • reduced carbon emissions by 53% from its 2005 baseline
  • first global beauty brand to end animal testing in all markets in which it operates

Being the best company for the world

For Avon, the company is more than just a beauty brand: it is a movement connecting millions of women to each other and to a better life. Avon's report showcases its efforts to make a positive impact on women, communities and the world.

This includes partnerships and programmes to support women’s health and wellbeing, particularly on raising awareness and funding around breast cancer and violence against women and girls.

As part of Natura &Co, a group of purpose-led businesses, Avon doesn't just want to be the best company in the world, it wants to be the best company for the world. 

Avon recognises the part it plays in addressing rapid climate change and inequality of income and opportunity. To help tackle the challenges facing our world, Avon has expanded its sustainability strategy and will continue to set ambitious targets as it strives to make a positive difference to people and planet.

Work for a company committed to making the world a better place

Avon's Corporate Responsibility Report highlights just some of Avon's efforts to support women around the world. 

If you feel inspired by Avon's work, search and apply for a role within the company.


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