Oriflame was founded in 1967 by two brothers Jonas and Robert Afon Yokonik and their friend Bengt Helsten, and is now an international cosmetic company for direct sales that operates in more than 60 countries around the world that offer a wide selection of natural Swedish cosmetics, made using the most modern technology. Oriflame has about 3 million consultants, with an annual turnover of around 1.3 billion euros.

Facts about the company

  • The annual turnover of the company is about 1.3 billion euros.
  • About 3 million Oriflame consultants.
  • Presented in over 60 countries.
  • About 7,000 Oriflame employees.
  • A wide assortment of products with about 1000 items of natural Swedish innovative cosmetics.
  • Catalogs in 40 languages.
  • Oriflame Research Center, which employs over 100 scientists.
  • Own factories in Sweden, Russia, Poland, China and India.
  • The company is a member of the Direct Sales Association.
  • The company is a co-founder of the World Children’s Fund.

Cooperation with SOS Children’s Villages Ukraine

The value of the family has always been an important part of Oriflame’s philosophy, both at the stage of creation and at the stage of business development. Therefore, since 2013, the company has decided to support SOS Children’s Villages. Oriflame values ​​are very similar to ours: “The child’s best opportunities for development are received in a caring family, with the support of a strong social community, when the child’s interests are the basis of all actions, when children take an active part in finding solutions to emerging problems.”

All Oriflame partners share this stance, show a desire to make a difference in the process of creating a new society where people will support each other.

That is why Oriflame provides an opportunity for every consultant to make a donation of 2 hryvnias to SOS Children’s Villages while placing an order .

 The collected funds will be used to support the following programs:

  •  support families in difficult living conditions;
  •  creation and maintenance of foster families;
  •  support of young people who are leaving care;
  •  organization of short-term foster family;
  •  introduction of international standards for the protection of children’s rights.