Haddonfield, NJ, April 09, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- A major humanitarian recognition was made to Reviva Labs, Inc., and its founder/president Stephen Strassler recently.
The award was from the prestigious Chapel of the Four Chaplains, a national known non-denominational non-profit that advocates tolerance and cultural harmony for all Americans.
Reviva, a major manufacturer of skin care products, Haddonfield, N.J. was one of the original skin care product firms that completely eliminated animal testing, about 40 years ago.
Over the years, Reviva Labs has originated and conducted a variety of philanthropic campaigns.
-Donating thousands of sun-protection Vitamin E Sticks to American troops stationed in Iraq.
-Donating to jogger organizations--and the National Baseball League Umpires Association, Vitamin E Sticks, and other skin care products, to protect them from harmful sun rays, and cold winter air.
-Financial aid to the Marine Mammal Stranding Center, which is involved in rescuing seals, giant sea turtles and other large ocean mammals.
The award stated it was “In recognition of services to all people, regardless of race or faith.”
Reviva also publishes a free, multi-page booklet listing skin care problems--with answers.
It is available at many Health Food stores, beauty salons, and other retail outlets nationally.
It is also available on line at www.RevivaLabs.com.