Top Eyelash Stimulators Tested and Reviewed

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Idol Lash$49.9590 daysYes
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Revitalash$120.00NoNo
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Latisse $130NoNo
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Idol Lash

Idol Lash
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Price $49.95
Guarantee 90 days
Discount Yes
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Idol Lash Review

Idol lash promises to give women the lashes that they deserve within two to four weeks of usage. This serum is applied like liquid eyeliner on a daily basis and can be even in women who have eyelash extensions.

IdolLash€™ formulation addresses 5 areas for lashes – not just one. It works to lengthen, thicken, add shine condition, moisturize and makes them less brittle.

The company behind the product was established back in 2002 and is now a popular name in the health and beauty industry. The company is a member of the Natural Products Association and provides effective as well as healthy products for beauty and health purposes.

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Revitalash

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Price $120.00
Discount No
Guarantee No
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Revitalash Reviews

Revitalash Eyelash Conditioner belongs to Athena Cosmetics, Inc. an organization devoted to philanthropy by supporting the fight against breast cancer. The product was born out of a doctor’s need to offer his wife a solution for her once beautiful eyelashes left sparse and fragile due to intensive chemotherapy treatments on her way to recovering from breast cancer.

It claims to provide longer, fuller, and thicker lashes anywhere between 3 to 10 weeks, which is a long wait indeed. It is to be applied by a brush applicator only once a day at bedtime to the base of the lashes to boost the beauty of the natural lashes.

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Latisse

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Price $130
Discount No
Guarantee No
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Latisse Reviews

Summary:

Latisse is the first and only FDA approved eyelash enhancement product.

Produced by Allergen (the same company who manufactures Botox), the prescription is used to treat hypotrichosis, a technical term for having too few eyelashes.

As was reported by users of Latisse (scroll down to see the consumer reviews) and by FDA Center for Drug Evaluation and Research , there’s a possibility of allergic reactions to certain ingredients in the product.

Though most of the side effects are reversible once the use of the product is discontinued, it is a cause for concern among several customers.
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