Easy to find, easy on your wallet, and easy on animals—it's no wonder that wet n wild products have been featured in such primo publications as People, Marie Claire, Family Circle, Seventeen, OK!, and Self. From velvety eye shadows and eyeliners to moisture-rich lip glosses, wet n wild provides the latest, freshest looks in makeup, beauty, and skin care.With such a huge variety of sensational stuff at such low prices, who wouldn't be wild about wet n wild? You can find wet n wild products at Rite Aid, Walgreens, Kmart, Longs Drugs, Fred Meyer, and many other convenient locations. The company proudly displays PETA's bunny logo on its Web site to let consumers know that it's completely animal-friendly. In fact, PETA is proud to honor wet n wild CEO Eric Chen with a Trail-Blazer Award for his compassion and his commitment never to test on animals.
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