Green Esthetics Argan Oil And Longer Lash Review

I prefer to purchase organic and natural (really natural, not greenwashed) products whenever possible, and it can be difficult at times to find beauty and skincare that fit the bill.  Green Esthetics offers plenty of options that are Leaping Bunny certified as cruelty-free. I got the chance to review two of their products: Longer Lash and their  Argan Oil. Guardar

I’ll start with Longer Lash, which is an “eyelash growth conditioning solution.” I was interested in this product because I’ve always disliked my short, straight lashes. They don’t curl well and if I had to choose my most disliked feature on my face, it would probably be my eyelashes (I know, it sounds really weird!). I have only been using this product for two days, so I can’t comment on how well it works at the moment, but I plan to post before and after pictures after a month of use. A  full-sized tube is 5 ml and retails for $69.95, and it promises to grow longer, thicker lashes in 4-6 weeks. To apply, you just brush it along the top of your lash line and let it dry before applying any makeup.

I think most people are familiar with Argan Oil, and this one from Green Esthetics is certified USDA Organic. It contains only virgin, cold-pressed argan oil and can be used on the nails, hair, and skin. I had previously only used argan oil on my hair, so I wanted to give it a try as a facial moisturizer. I have used oils as moisturizers in the past, but I’m not sure I would continue to use this oil. I applied very little but it still seemed to sit on my face a bit and didn’t absorb entirely, so I will continue to use this on my hair instead. I love using argan oil in my hair because I heat style every day, and this makes it feel so smooth and soft regardless of the damage I inflict on it! A  15 ml bottle of this oil can be purchased from Green Esthetics for $16.95.

Bottom Line: If you’re looking for a line of cruelty-free products that are organic and natural,  Green Esthetics offers some great options. Along with the two products I’ve reviewed here, they also have teeth whitening and hair growth products available. The only downside to their website is that their home page is in English, but some of the sub pages are in Spanish, so it makes it a bit difficult to navigate if you aren’t a Spanish speaker.

*Disclaimer: I received these products from Green Esthetics for free to facilitate my review. I was not monetarily compensated for this review and the honest opinions here are entirely my own.