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No. I have had no adverse reactions
Linda Blount
· March 9, 2017
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used it twice daily and lasted more than a month .This stuff is the best like I said had chemo lost almost all my hair one face also .And it came back unbelievably now I have lashes and eyebrows that are thick and eyelashes long .contemplating trimming them
wd
· March 18, 2017
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By Hairgenix in Las Vegas Nevada
Robyn Vojt
· March 2, 2017
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I do not have personal experience with Rodan and Fields Lash Boost, but i can tell you that my friend who recommended this product to me, used the Rodan and Fields product and couldn't afford it anymore and tried a few other lash serums found this one and continues to use it because the results are very good. Again, I … see more I do not have personal experience with Rodan and Fields Lash Boost, but i can tell you that my friend who recommended this product to me, used the Rodan and Fields product and couldn't afford it anymore and tried a few other lash serums found this one and continues to use it because the results are very good. Again, I personally have no experience with Rodan and Fields, but I know I am very happy with my results using this lash serum. see less I do not have personal experience with Rodan and Fields Lash Boost, but i can tell you that my friend who recommended this product to me, used the Rodan and Fields product and couldn't afford it anymore and tried a few other lash serums found this one and continues to use it because the results are very good. Again, I personally have no experience with Rodan and Fields, but I know I am very happy with my results using this lash serum.
Rachael
· August 18, 2017
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No, after you stop using and your long lashes fall out, new lashes will not continue to grow longer than they are naturally because they aren’t getting the serum anymore. You have to continue to use to serum to keep the length. Once they are at the length you like, you don’t have to use it every day, you can use it eve… see more No, after you stop using and your long lashes fall out, new lashes will not continue to grow longer than they are naturally because they aren’t getting the serum anymore. You have to continue to use to serum to keep the length. Once they are at the length you like, you don’t have to use it every day, you can use it every other day or several times a week. But if you stop using it all together, your lashes will not continue to grow. That’s how it is with all lash serums. see less No, after you stop using and your long lashes fall out, new lashes will not continue to grow longer than they are naturally because they aren’t getting the serum anymore. You have to continue to use to serum to keep the length. Once they are at the length you like, you don’t have to use it every day, you can use it every other day or several times a week. But if you stop using it all together, your lashes will not continue to grow. That’s how it is with all lash serums.
Dustin H
· March 31, 2018
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Don’t buy! It doesn’t work. It’s a scam! All five star reviews got free stuff
Customer LKH
· November 23, 2018
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I wasn't paid (or given free product- I lost the email address for a free bottle, wish I hadn't!). I did not think it would work, but it totally has! My lashes are way longer than they were before using this. I've had no irritation and probably only remember to use it 3x a week, for two months so far. I highly recommend it!
Allison C.
· November 14, 2017
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Basically my bottle has Purified water, sodium chloride, benzalkonium chloride , citric acid, disodium phosphate,and celullose gum which is nothing but a citrate/phosphate buffered saline solution a surfactant and a thickening agent. Absolutely no active ingredients. This company appears to have inconsistent and perh… see more Basically my bottle has Purified water, sodium chloride, benzalkonium chloride , citric acid, disodium phosphate,and celullose gum which is nothing but a citrate/phosphate buffered saline solution a surfactant and a thickening agent. Absolutely no active ingredients. This company appears to have inconsistent and perhaps inaccurate ingredients list. The product I have basically is missing all the active ingredients. The image on the companies website is the same on the amazon page has a lot more ingredients listed. Of those 2 stand out to me, Myristoyl hexapeptide-17 and Myristoyl hexapeptide-16. These among some other ingredients appear to be missing from an explanation of their ingredients on their website pasted below from, (https://myhairgenics.com/shop/lavish-lash-eyelash-brow-serum/), I believe they mislabeled one of the two ingredients mentioned above Myristoyl hexapeptide-17 is probably actually Myristoyl Pentapeptide-17 (aka Sympeptide 226EL). Myristoyl Pentapeptide-17 and Myristoyl hexapeptide-16(aka Sympeptide 235) both have been shown to stimulate the increased expression keratin related genes (https://beverlyhillsmd.com/pdfs/SymPeptideforEyelash0909.pdf). Both of these compounds are drugs which may need FDA approval to sell in the US. Perhaps hairgenics was using them, then was warned by the FDA so they changed their ingredients? I don't know, but that would explain some of the poor updated reviews when others have first bought the product and worked great, then updated to a poor review after buying a second time. see less Basically my bottle has Purified water, sodium chloride, benzalkonium chloride , citric acid, disodium phosphate,and celullose gum which is nothing but a citrate/phosphate buffered saline solution a surfactant and a thickening agent. Absolutely no active ingredients. This company appears to have inconsistent and perhaps inaccurate ingredients list. The product I have basically is missing all the active ingredients. The image on the companies website is the same on the amazon page has a lot more ingredients listed. Of those 2 stand out to me, Myristoyl hexapeptide-17 and Myristoyl hexapeptide-16. These among some other ingredients appear to be missing from an explanation of their ingredients on their website pasted below from, (https://myhairgenics.com/shop/lavish-lash-eyelash-brow-serum/), I believe they mislabeled one of the two ingredients mentioned above Myristoyl hexapeptide-17 is probably actually Myristoyl Pentapeptide-17 (aka Sympeptide 226EL). Myristoyl Pentapeptide-17 and Myristoyl hexapeptide-16(aka Sympeptide 235) both have been shown to stimulate the increased expression keratin related genes (https://beverlyhillsmd.com/pdfs/SymPeptideforEyelash0909.pdf). Both of these compounds are drugs which may need FDA approval to sell in the US. Perhaps hairgenics was using them, then was warned by the FDA so they changed their ingredients? I don't know, but that would explain some of the poor updated reviews when others have first bought the product and worked great, then updated to a poor review after buying a second time.
Gentlestingbetween
· August 15, 2018
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yes
Zhaoyi
· January 20, 2019
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the company reports - no
dc
· August 4, 2017