Leaked documents reveal executives instead focused on sales figures and worried about their “market share”. In the 1980s, lipstick maker Revlon operated a separate healthcare company which made blood plasma products under the name Armour Pharmaceuticals. But some batches were contaminated with viruses like HIV or Hepatitis C which was passed on to British patients. At least 2,500 people died in the scandal, which… A pharmaceutical firm formerly owned by an arm of cosmetics giant Revlon knew its medical products were infecting British patients with Hepatitis C but failed to warn the public. The products were imported to Britain and given to haemophiliacs as a treatment to help their blood clot.