From Sparse To Full Lashes In Six Weeks

Hey beauty babes and welcome! Today I’ve got quite the doozy to share with you – review, results, a giveaway and a discount code for you. Oh My! 😉 I was recently sent some natural eyelash growth serum called Longer Lash from  Green Esthetics! According to the website – Longer Lash is blended with a mix of potent polypeptides, vitamins, minerals, plus essential and natural oils to condition your eyelashes and brows encouraging growth and thickness. Longer Lash’s ingredients do not contain parabens, fragrance, phenoxyethanol or propylene glycol. And you are supposed to see results in 4-6 weeks.

I have been using Longer Lash for just over 6 weeks now (result photos taken at 6 weeks) and as you can see the results are good. I wouldn’t say that my lashes are miraculously longer, though you can see that they have grown a bit in length, which I am pleased with. However I am more so impressed and pleased with the growth in thickness! If you look at the before and after photos below, you can see how sparse my lashes were before and just how much fuller my lashes look now. Take an even closer look and you can actually see new hairs sprouting too! ♥

It’s very quick and simple to use Longer Lash. You are just going to apply it to the base of the upper eyelashes using the applicator brush. Your eyes should be free of any make-up or creams and be completely clean before applying. Longer Lash can be applied once or twice daily. Make-up may be applied after 3-5 minutes once Longer Lash has completely dried and had a chance to absorb into the skin.

I only applied the product once a day – after night after washing my face. Something to note is that the product does NOT sting or irritate the skin on your eyelids at all – at least it didn’t to mine. HOWEVER, if you happen to get some in your eyes it WILL sting. I had a little accident and got some in my eye and it was pretty irritated, but only for a couple of minutes. Nothing too serious, still I wanted you to know! I know this is a product that goes on VERY close to the eyes, still I would avoid actual eye contact. 

Source:  Agape Love blog