Revlon to remove parabens, other chemicals from products

Revlon to remove parabens, other chemicals from products
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Revlon announced Thursday that it will soon remove harmful ingredients from its makeup.

The company will no longer use two long-chain parabens — isobutylparaben and isopropylparaben — and DMDM hydantoin, a formaldehyde-releasing chemical. Long-chain parabens are linked to endocrine disruption, Time reports, while formaldehyde may cause cancer.

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