Charles Haskell Revson was born October 11, 1906 in Boston. In 1932, brothers Charles and Joseph Revson, and chemist Charles Lachman, founded Revlon. An American businessman and philanthropist, Revson believed, “in the factory we make cosmetics; in the store we sell hope.”
All of the ingredients used by Revlon are approved and have been determined as safe for their intended use by many different scientific expert panels and regulatory authorities, such as the FDA, the U.S. Cosmetic Ingredient Review Expert Panel (“CIR”), the E.U. Scientific Committee on Consumer Safety (“SCCS”) and Health Canada.