I have been using Rodan & Fields lash boost for about a year now. I just can't afford it. But with Lavish Lash, I am getting the same results for a fraction of the cost. I have tried a whole bunch of different ones and this is by far the most bang for the buck!
3.0 out of 5 starssensitive friendly, easy applying
August 15, 2018
Good product. I have tried other lash serums which are irritating. I have sensitive eyes and this product seemed to accommodate well. I haven't noticed a huge difference from the first month, but maybe it's my eyes and it needs more time. Hopefully by next month I'll see a bigger difference. Thank you!
Really just wanted to give everyone the heads up that this company offers a free tube of product if you give it a 5 star review. Since it's really hard to pass up "free stuff", I suspect that many of these 5 star reviews are done immediately after receiving the product in order to get the free tube. I must admit I was tempted, I mean if the stuff works, why wouldn't I want a free tube? The product does seem to work a bit, but I'm not getting the "wow" factor that I see in so many reviews. And certainly not noticeable to other people. It is easy to put on and it does not irritate any portion of my eye or surrounding skin. I'll keep trying for the rest of the tube. If it actually works then the price is worth it and no free tube required.
This stuff really works! I've been using it for a month now and I'm already seeing results. The product recommends using it consistently for at least 60 days, so I'm reallly looking forward to how great my lashes will look after the full two months. As a FYI: For those who want to use the serum for brow and lash growth (as I've been), one tube will last about a month. I'm due for a restock.
I have been using this product for about 5 months now. My original tube lasted me 4.5 months! I only use it on my upper lashes, but I was definitely happy with my results and how long the tube lasted. I would have given this product 5 stars, but I am taking one off because in my new tube, the wand is different. It is smaller and doesn’t hold as much product. It is also much shorter than the actual tube so there’s no way I’ll be able to use up all of the product like I did with my last tube. I’m just hoping the actual product hasn’t changed, but I still may end up looking for a new product
Surprisingly, this product actually works. I was skeptical because I too received the little orange paper within the package promising a free tube if I wrote a review. (I wish I would have kept it for a free tube now)
I used the product every other day until about 2 weeks ago. At the time there was no dramatic change. However, tonight I was checking out my lashes and noticed a huge difference.
I went through my junk drawer and found the tube and commenced to drowning my lashes again. LOL
I barely had any bottom lashes and the tops were completely damaged from strip lashes.
My bottom lashes looks amazing! The pic really doesn't do any justice.
I was skeptical at first purchasing this product. I was looking for a cheaper route compared to Rodan and Fields lash serum. I’ve been using this about a month and all the sudden BOOM my lashes are so much thicker! I didn’t think it was working at first but kept using it to see if I noticed anything eventually and sure enough I have. It doesn’t irritate my eyes like some do and it’s easy to apply. I use this once every night before bed. Super excited to see these changes! I recommend giving this a try! Can’t wait to keep seeing changes in my lashes!
My photo shows how my eyebrows have filled in a bit after 10 weeks of pretty regular use of this serum. I haven't consistently used it on my lashes, so don't use that as a guide. I am pleased with the results and will continue using it to see if there is further improvement. If so, I will update this review.
The active ingredient is myristoyl pentapeptide-17, and it actually does seem to work, although I could not find any scientific studies about this particular peptide. However, this seems to be the most popular active ingredient in all the non-prescription lash/brow serums out there.
In 10 weeks of liberal application on my brows (and sometimes lashes), I am still using the first tube I purchased. Since the tube isn't transparent, it's difficult to know how much serum remains, but it seems like there still a good bit more.
I just learned that the prescription product Latisse has been available for about two years as a generic called bimatoprost. It is an FDA approved, proven product for lash and brow growth, and as a generic, it will be cheaper than Latisse. A quick check on GoodRX.com showed the generic price at around $50 - 60 for a one-month supply. (You can get a prescription from an opthamologist.)
I'll probably give the prescription version a try because the results will probably be more dramatic than this serum. However, if you're looking for a much cheaper alternative, this serum is a good choice.
I've just started using so I'll try to come back and write a review after I've been using for a few weeks. I like the way it goes on... easy to use with a nice brush. The only draw back that I've seen is you need to make sure that you start putting it on AT the edge of your lashes... DO NOT put it all the way to the inner corner of your eye... It does burn a little if you get it in your eye.. It is easy to wash out but does sting. Make sure your eyelids are completely dry before you start putting it on. That will really help with how well it goes on and helps keeping it out of your eyes. Hold your eyes open for about 30 sec after using before you blink.. again, this will help keep it out of your eyes.
The product has helped slightly with eyelash length. Not so much with new eyelash growth. My only “issue” is actually with the company will send you a “free” bottle with a five star rating. So I wouldn’t really go off the ratings posted
Really works but I never received my free bottle as was promised. My lashes were very long but def take some vitamins to keep them strong. It will make them long but doesn’t necessarily mean it will keep them from falling out with the occasional clean and mascara.
Three weeks in and it’s working! Didn’t seem like it was effective at all for the longest while, but eventually I did notice my eyelashes getting thicker and longer. In fact, I have skipped mascara completely the past two days and it feels fantastic on my super-sensitive eyes! I apply in the morning before putting on my makeup, just like eyeliner, because I tend to forget at night. I do it before applying any other makeup so it’s dry by the time I get around to making up my eyes. I did notice a slight sting or irritation for the first 7-10 days, but remember my eyes are sensitive to everything and wearing mascara or eyeliner that’s not completely allergy-free feels far worse to me. Definitely not bad and not enough to feel like I should not use it. Not sure if my eyes adapted or I just learned to apply it more neatly, but I have zero adverse reaction now. Definitely putting this on my Galentine’s Day gift list!