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Revlon goes clean

Revlon goes clean

Global beauty leader Revlon’s PhotoReady Prime Plus Perfecting + Smoothing Primer is the first mass cosmetic product that meets the Environmental Working Group’s (EWG) industry-leading clean beauty standards. EWG is widely recognised as the most trusted and rigorous evaluator of personal care products by awarding this prestigious mark only to products who meet robust ingredient and transparency requirements.

PhotoReady Prime Plus Perfecting + Smoothing Primer was specifically formulated to meet the widest consumer need, delivering powerful skincare ingredients to help improve makeup wear and appearance of skin instantly and over time.

In addition, this formula was custom tailored to meet the EWG VERIFIED mark requirements. Obtaining a “green” Skin Deep score indicating that the ingredients are lowest hazard and supported by robust scientific data, adherence to ingredient restrictions set by U.S. and global regulatory bodies, and full transparency of ingredients are among the robust criteria for the mark.

“Revlon is proud to launch the first EWG VERIFIED cosmetic available globally to consumers in mass retail stores,” said Revlon president and CEO Debra G. Perelman.

“More than just buying differently, consumers want added assurances about the products they buy and their ingredients. Building on our longstanding partnership with EWG and commitment to health, Revlon understands the changing needs of consumers and is leading the way in bringing clean and transparent beauty to consumers at an accessible price point.”

“This is an important milestone for EWG, Revlon and the beauty industry as a whole,” said Ken Cook, EWG president and co-founder.

“This partnership was enhanced over one year ago when we started this conversation about making clean beauty products widely available. We are grateful for Revlon’s commitment to consumer health and transparency.”

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