You can’t go to a drugstore and not see the name Revlon. It is one of the most recognized beauty brands around the world.
But is Revlon cruelty-free? Or do they test their product or ingredients on animals?
Keep reading to learn more.
Revlon’s Animal Testing Policy
Revlon’s animal testing policy can be found in the footer section of their home page. Here is what it states:
“Revlon does not conduct animal testing and has not done so for decades. We comprehensively test all of our products using the most technologically advanced methods available to ensure they are both innovative and safe to use. We believe that all women should have the opportunity to express themselves through makeup and we sell our products in many markets around the world. Regulatory authorities in some countries conduct independent testing in order to satisfy their own mandatory registration requirements and a limited number of these countries have not yet adopted alternative testing methods. While Revlon complies with the requirements for safety in all of these countries, we continue to collaborate with other companies to advocate for the adoption of alternative testing methods and the elimination of animal testing around the world.”
Does Revlon Test on Animals?
Yes, Revlon does test on animals. They state they haven’t tested on animals in decades. However, they make an exception to comply with other country’s regulatory authorities.
Is Revlon Certified Cruelty-Free?
No, Revlon is not certified cruelty-free by Leaping Bunny, PETA, or Choose Cruelty-Free.
In fact, Revlon is listed on PETA’s list of brands to avoid.
Is Revlon Sold in China?
So, to err on the side of caution I will say yes, Revlon is sold in China.
Revlon Brands List
Below is a list of the brands that are owned by Revlon. I’ve indicated the ones that are sold in China. However, it’s your choice on whether to boycott the other companies as well.
- Alfred Sung
- American Crew
- Britney Spears Fragrances
- Christina Aguilera Fragrances
- CND- Creative Nail Design
- Creme of Nature
- Ed Hardy
- Elizabeth Arden – SOLD IN CHINA
- Elizabeth Taylor Fragrance Collection
- Giorgio Beverly Hills
- Grey Flannel Geoffrey Beene
- Jean Nate
- Jennifer Aniston
- John Varvatos
- Juicy Couture
- La Perla
- Lucky You Lucky Brand
- Mariah Carey
- Natural Honey
- Pure Ice
- Revlon Professional
- Sinful Colors
Wrap Up: Is Revlon Animal Cruelty-Free?
No, Revlon is not a cruelty-free makeup brand. In their animal testing policy, they state they do not test on animals. However, Revlon chooses to sell in China, a country that requires imported cosmetics to be tested on animals.
Therefore, Revlon is not considered to be cruelty-free. They will be added to my list of brands that test on animals.
Now I’d like to hear from you…What are your thoughts about Revlon? Please leave your comments below!
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