Japan’s only L’Oréal plant and its only luxury product plant in Asia
Cosmelor is one of the L’Oréal Group’s local subsidiaries and one of its 45 worldwide plants. We are located in Gotemba City, Shizuoka Prefecture, right next to Mt. Fuji. Cosmelor is one of the Group’s 6 plants in Asia, but it is the only one that produces luxury products for sale at department stores.
Main brands are Lancome and Shu Uemura
Cosmelor was built in 1970 as a Helena Rubinstein plant and was integrated into the L’Oréal Group in 1985. Shu Uemura production was aggregated at Cosmelor in 2003; we are in charge of producing all products sold throughout the world. A total of 90% of Cosmelor’s production is for Lancôme and Shu Uemura, with 70% being skincare and 30% being makeup.