Revlon Informative - Reason for not using REvlon products

Review by pelicanposte37 on 2011-09-29
I have been aware for many years of the extreme cruelty perpetrated on animals by Revlon, so that they could test their products. I will not dwell on the extent of this cruelty here, but surfice it to say, that these monsters can make animals that are normally MUTE... actually SCREAM.....
They have no feelings of compassion, and torture animals as casually as you and I work on a computer.... I find it hard to believe that in 2011, we do not have better or more protective laws to protect these helpless creatures, or that are sufficient to punish those responsible.
I would be embarrasssed to have any Revlon product in my possession, because when you purchase Revlon Products you are supporting their extreme cruelty .....
Comments:2 Replies - Latest reply on 2011-09-29
Posted by Anonymous on 2011-09-29:
Please state your source.. Revlon (who also owns the Almay brand) does not test on animals.
Posted by Skye on 2011-09-29:
Revlon does not test on animals. As JC says, they are part of Almay, and Almay does not test on animals.

You can find this information about what companies do not test on animals, just by googling it. There is a great PDF list that shows that Revlon/Almay are not testing on animals.

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