L'Oreal SA is a France-based cosmetic group. It is structured into three branches: Cosmetics, The Body Shop and Dermatology. The Cosmetics branch is divided into four sectors: Consumer Products, Professional Products, Luxury Products and Active Cosmetics. Consumer Products are marketed under L�Oreal Paris, Garnier, among others. Professional Products, including hair care products for use by professional hairdressers, are marketed under Kerastase, Redken, Matrix and L�Oreal Professionnel. Luxury Products are sold under such international brands as Lancome, Diesel, Giorgio Armani, Cacharel, among others. Active Cosmetics, which consists of products under Vichy and La Roche Posay brands, are for sale mainly in pharmacies. The Body Shop branch is focused on cosmetics on the basis of natural ingredients. The Dermatology branch consists of Galderma, a joint venture between L�Oreal and Nestle. In April 15, 2013, it acquired the Health & Beauty business of Interconsumer Products Limited (ICP).