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Like hair, eyelashes can get dry, brittle and dull. Thankfully, lash serums can help your eyelashes grow long and lush — and there’s one product that hundreds recommend.
RevitaLash is one of the purveyors of lash serum, launching in 2006. The product was created by an ophthalmologist for his wife who just finished treatment for breast cancer. RevitaLash was meant to help condition and strengthen her growing lashes, which previously fell out during chemotherapy. And it worked.
The brand promises “thicker and fuller-looking lashes” with the lash conditioner serum, stating the concoction works to prevent breakage and brittleness by improving lash flexibility, moisture, and shine. And the brand also gives back to breast cancer patients, donating a portion of proceeds from each purchase to research.
To use RevitaLash, all you have to do is apply a thin line of product to clean skin directly above your eyelashes once a day. That’s it!
RevitaLash uses hair strengthening peptides and conditioning botanicals in its formula. The product is ophthalmologist and dermatologist reviewed, clinically tested, hypoallergenic, and non-irritating, meaning you can feel confident putting it near your sensitive eye area. Many reviewers say the product has improved their lashes, giving them a “false lash” look.
“I have tried so many lash serums over the years, but this stuff is the only product I saw real results from,” one reviewer writes. “I have used some serums for months and could barley see a result. But [with] this I can see a result after just a week of use.”
Another reviewer writes, “This works! Plain and simple. I have used this diligently for 3 months now and my short, thin lashes are incredibly long and thick. They even have a natural curl to them.”
With hundreds of 5-star reviews on Dermstore and a heartening backstory, the product is worth a try for lush lashes.
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