Marina at www.MakeUp4All.com kindly agreed to review Revitalash for me. Thank you so much Marina!
It seems that it’s a dream of every woman to have thick, long, sexy lashes and I am not an exception. Unfortunately, my natural lashes are thin & short and I really hate this fact! That’s why when BritishBeautyBlogger asked me to review Revitalash I was excited to give it a try.
What is Revitalash anyway?“Revitalash is a unique eyelash conditioner that will help you achieve the natural beauty of Longer, Thicker, Fuller looking eyelashes. A very small amount of Revitalash is applied once a day. No matter how brittle, short, fragile, thin or sparse your eyelashes are, Revitalash can help you achieve your very own long, beautiful, healthy looking lashes.”
How does it work?
“RevitaLash Eyelash Conditioner is an alternative for those who don’t want to spend a lot of money on expensive lash semi-permanent fake lashes. Originally created by a doctor who wanted to help his wife regrow eyelashes and eyebrows after receiving chemotherapy, the product focuses on promoting healthy, natural lashes that last. Targeting short, brittle lashes.”
You can read about the ingredients and all the details about Revitalash at the official website http://www.revitalash.com/faq
I am very skeptical when it comes to promises like this but, on the other hand, I was curious to see the results. So I’ve been using Revitalash for 2 months in the evening before going to bed as it was said in the instructions. And what did I get?
To be honest, I was surprised that it really works! I can’t say that I got the effect of extensions or false lashes but it’s hard not to notice the difference especially when I use mascara. I can’t say that my lashes are much fuller or thicker but I can obviously see the upgrade but; as for the length – the results are unbelievable.
Would I recommend you this product? Yes, but give it time, be patient and you will see the results. The only thing that I keep thinking about is – what happens when I stop using it.
The price of this product is £95. So what are your thoughts? Would you give it a try?