Rapidlash is currently one of those products promoted as a great alternative for Lattise, which is very costly and only available by prescription.
The product requires no prescription and it only costs around $30-$50 per 3ml tube, depending on the retailer. And if applied correctly, one container could last for up to 1-2 months.
Applied like a liquid eyeliner, RapidLash has quickly gained attention when the company launched the product on the market. In fact, just two years after its launch, over a million of RapidLash units have been sold.
To date, over 3 million RapidLash tubes have already been sold worldwide and still counting.
Judging from the reviews that have been posted on forums, review sites, and online shops like Amazon, RapidLash is proving to be a cost-effective product for getting longer, fuller, and younger-looking eyelashes.
But just like any other cosmetics, some Rapidlash side effects have been reported by customers of this serum.
3 Most Common Rapid Lash Side Effects ❗️
Some RapidLash users have complained experiencing side-effects ranging from mild irritation to extreme eye redness.
While RapidLash is a non-prescription product, we recommend that you consult with your doctor before using it. It’s also best to understand the side effects associated with it, so you can better handle them.
Some of them include the following: 👇
|№||Side Effect ❌|
№1 Eye irritation
Some women who have tried RapidLash have reported eye irritation as a result of using the product. Some users experienced mild tingling with eye redness. But this is most probably due to the improper use of the product.
If you use too much of it or you apply it the wrong way, accidental contact with the eyes can occur, which then results in irritation.
It’s essential to follow directions carefully to avoid any irritation. And if some of the product accidentally enter into your eyes, rinse immediately with water. See your doctor if irritation/redness persists.
Source: Annie, amazon.com
Jennifer of jen4prettythings revealed some of the side effects that she experienced while using RapidLash. On her Youtube video review, she talked about how RapidLash made her eyes get irritated.
She thought at first that it was maybe because of wrong application, so she took extra care applying the product. But she continuously experienced eye irritation and even extreme redness, so she stopped using it.
She highly recommends consulting with your eye doctor if you’re considering RapidLash. Watch her full review here: 👇
№2 Skin darkening
RapidLash users have also reported some skin darkening around the eyes after using the product. But this is also most probably due to the excess product that is touching the skin during application. Although this might only be a temporary side effect, some users are not happy with it.
Always apply the serum carefully. Make sure you only apply it to your lash line and don’t allow it to get into your eyes or onto your skin. RapidLash is also intended for once-a-day only application.
“As for the RapidLash, I have the darkening around my lids as well and can’t stand it. I also noticed that there is a slight swelling where it is darkened as well. Does anyone else have this? I love how it has effected my lashes and am loving the effect. So I have cut it down to every other night. They haven’t been growing as lush and a few have fallen out but I want my huge lashes!” –
Source: Miss Tina, essentialdayspa.com
№3 Eye discoloration
The previous formula of RapidLash contained isopropyl cloprostenate, a synthetic prostaglandin analog, which is in the same class of compounds as bimatoprost.
Bimatoprost is the active ingredient in Latisse, which was found to be the cause of most side effects associated with the product.
And given that the previous formula of RapidLash worked similarly to Latisse, it was possible that RapidLash could also cause same side effects as Latisse, such as eye discoloration and blurry vision.
Although there hasn’t been any issue yet reported regarding this, many women are still worried about getting them.
The current formulation of RapidLash replaced the isopropyl cloprostenate with some plant extracts, amino acids, and peptides, which are said to be safer and effective in promoting eyelash growth.
However, it’s still best to be well-informed and use this product cautiously.
RapidLash Ingredients 🌿
Understanding the ingredients included in RapidLash will help you determine if this product is safe for you. If you’re not sure about your allergies, consult with your doctor prior to using. The current formula ingredients of Rapidlash include the following:
Water, Butylene Glycol, Hydroxyethylcellulose, Glycerin, Myristoyl Pentapeptide-17, Rhizobian Gum, Sodium Hyaluronate, Biotin, Panthenol, Pantethine, Hydrolyzed Glycosaminoglycans, Allantoin, Cucurbita Pepo (Pumpkin) Seed Extract, Maris Aqua/Sea Water, Dipotassium Glycyrrhizate, Octapeptide-2, Copper Tripeptide-1, sh-Polypeptide-1, Glycine Soja (Soybean) Oil, Black Sea Rod Oil, Phenoxyethanol, Chlorphenesin, Sorbic Acid.
RapidLash may be an effective product for getting fuller and longer eyelashes and many women can prove that.
But this doesn’t mean that the product is safe to use and effective to work for everyone.
The RapidLash website only shows before and after photos and some positive testimonials from its users.
Although the product is said to have gone through clinical testing, we haven’t found any article or clinical support about the use and results of RapidLash.
The website revealed that you may experience mild tingling upon application, but this should improve with continued use.
It is advised, though, to discontinue the use of the product or consult with your doctor should any irritation persists.
It’s important to weigh the risks against its benefits before you try this product, even if it’s almost $100 less cheap than other eyelash growth serums on the market.
Best if you use it under the supervision of a qualified healthcare specialist for safety.