In quarter one of 2022, Unilever Beauty & Wellbeing reported underlying sales growth (USG) of 7.4%
In quarter two, the Business Group reported USG of 9.5%
The Asia Pacific/Africa region accounted for 54% of growth in 2021
Vaseline is over 150 years old, but remains one of Unilever’s fastest-growing brands. Its Pro Derma line, which features advanced ingredients such as hyaluronic acid and niacinamide, now accounts for 20% of Vaseline’s business in China. Find out more about Vaseline’s growth story here.
Strategy in short:
More than 1 billion people use products from Unilever Beauty & Wellbeing every day – giving the Business Group an incredible opportunity to use its scale for good.
That’s why it’s embracing a new era of beauty and wellbeing. One that’s inclusive. Equitable. Regenerative. Positive. So that people and the planet can thrive together, and brands not only do less harm but also more good for the world.
As well as household names like Vaseline, Dove and Sunsilk, Unilever Beauty & Wellbeing is also home to our Prestige portfolio of luxury brands such as Dermalogica, Hourglass and Living Proof; and Health & Wellbeing, a carefully crafted collection of vitamins, minerals and supplements brands including Liquid I.V. and OLLY.
In quarter two of 2022, Unilever Home Care reported underlying sales growth of 12.2%, up from 9.2% in quarter one
The Asia Pacific/Africa region accounted for 60% of turnover in 2021
The Americas region accounted for 21% and Europe 19% of turnover in the same year
Sunlight dishwashing liquid has just launched a new formula enriched with bio enzymes – natural proteins that can break down encrusted food from dirty dishes 10 times faster than ordinary products. The new liquid, now available in Thailand, also includes plant-based surfactants and is 99% biodegradable. Find out more about Sunlight’s new technology here.
Our Home Care Business Group is reimagining the future of cleaning.
Billions of people around the world are asking for products that are tough on germs and stains, and convenient to use. But now, people also want these products to be kinder to the planet.
Clean home. Clean planet. Clean future. We're using science and technology to make it happen.
From global brand Knorr to local jewels like Maille mustard and nutrient-packed Horlicks drinks, our Nutrition Business Group is committed to doing well by doing good.
Its Boldly Healthier strategy strives for a future where good food can reach 10 billion plates to feed the world while caring for the planet.
It’s that goal that underpins Unilever Nutrition’s purpose. Through programmes of regenerative agriculture, highlighting nutrient-focused foods, increasing its plant-based portfolio, combating food waste, and more, it’s about innovation and sustainability from farm to fork.
Our Ice Cream Business Group saw 7.1% underlying sales growth in quarter one 2022, and 9.5% in quarter two
38% of turnover in 2021 came from Europe, with Americas the second-biggest region, accounting for 32% of turnover
The Asia Pacific/Africa region is the third biggest in terms of 2021 turnover, accounting for 30%
Our Ice Cream Now business allows consumers to indulge their cravings anywhere. New apps and online interfaces in the worlds of gaming and the metaverse enable ice cream-lovers to get deliveries straight to their door, on demand. Find out more here.
Strategy in short:
Unilever has over 100 years of experience in delivering smiles – and plans to continue this for many more years to come.
Our Ice Cream Business Group comprises 35 brands, including three billion-euro brands, reaching consumers in more than 60 countries.
Favourite flavours may vary around the world but one thing that’s consistent across the Business Group is a commitment to spreading happiness through indulgent, yet responsibly made and marketed products.
Our focus on driving bigger, better and more impactful innovation delivered over €1 billion of incremental turnover in 2021, double the delivery in 2020. Here are just a few examples of our innovation in action.
Our financial results for the first half of this year – which delivered consistency in challenging conditions – show how we’re continuing to realise the benefits of the strategic choices we’ve made in the Unilever Compass.
‘Getting it done’ was the theme of Climate Week in New York. That goal is more pressing than ever. To hit net zero by 2050, climate economists say the world needs to invest 2–3%* of GDP each year. It’s a big ask, but the world could experience -10% off GDP if we don’t.