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Revlon Agrees To Stop Using Toxic Chemicals As Ingredients For Cosmetics

January 12, 2015: 12:00 AM EST
Revlon said it plans to stop using cancer-causing chemicals as ingredients for its cosmetics, mascaras, and shampoos. Previously, the company threatened to sue Campaign for Safe Cosmetics and UltraViolet for telling Revlon to stop manufacturing cosmetics that contain toxic chemicals. Consumer demand for safe and non-toxic cosmetics prompted Revlon to adopt product-safety standards for its products. Revlon is developing a list of chemicals the company plans to remove from its ingredients, including BHA, long-chain parabens, and toluene.
"Revlon to reformulate its cosmetics products to eliminate toxic chemicals", The Star, January 12, 2015, © Star Publications
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