RevitaLash Eyelash Conditioner helps you get long eyelashes — one of the must-have accessories of late. Seen everywhere from models at Fashion Week to Main Street.
I've been using RevitaLash cosmetic Eyelash Conditioner for the past 6-8 weeks and have been really pleased with the results. I have had impressive eyelash growth and significant improvements in fullness and thickness. RevitaLash is a clear liquid that is applied with an eyeliner brush; best applied in the evening before bed. It seemed like for the first few weeks of use, I didn't see much growth, but around week 4, I started to see a dramatic change.
RevitaLash can also be used on lower lashes, as well as eyebrows, where
I applied to fill in sparse brows. I've tried quite a few of the eyelash conditioning products and would say that RevitaLash has given me the fullest, thickest eyelashes. RevitaLash Eyelash Conditioner retails at $150.
The current RevitaLash formula was revised in 2007. At that time, the FDA
raised concerns about safety of some of the eyelash growth formulas. This formula does contain a prostaglandin analogue.
If you're considering using an eyelash conditioning product, I would
recommend researching the products completely; check with your doctor
RevitaLash Mascara is a new product. The volumizing formula does not contain the eyelash conditioning ingredients found in RevitaLash Eyelash Conditioner. The Mascara has a regular size wand and hourglass shaped brush with a nice shape for detail work. The RevitaLash Mascara separates, curls and volumizes well. I like the formula and haven't experienced clumping, smudging or irritation. RevitaLash Mascara retails at $24.