Want beautiful long, fluttering lashes every day?
I can’t tell you how many people compliment me on my long lashes or ask if I’ve had eyelash extensions. Women slipping me notes in meetings and beauty therapists admire them. Of course they’re natural (with a bit of help).
Frankly I look like a cast member from Priscilla, Queen of the Desert in false eyelashes – stick-ons or extensions, which cost too much and are a faff to maintain anyway. Then about two years ago, I saw an advert for RevitaLash eyelash conditioner and gave it a go.
All it took was a small amount of the liquid on my eyelashes every day before bed.
At first I couldn’t see a difference but then after just a month my eyelashes were long and thick with a sweeping curl. Gorgeous if I say so myself.
Now I just use it every other day to keep them looking lush.
It’s not cheap, but your lashes are long every day, no messing or maintenance. And I only need one sweep of mascara.
So I’d say that pound for pound it’s good value for money. I’ve tried the cheaper versions and they just don’t have the same oomph.
If that’s not enough, there’s a lovely story behind RevitaLash. This was developed by a doctor as a special gift for his wife who was recovering from breast cancer. Chemotherapy had left her without eyelashes, and he helped develop this to give her the beautiful lashes she had before.
They’re still committed to donating some of the proceeds from RevitaLash sales to benefit cancer research.
I’ve recommended it to friends who’ve tried it and love it. One of the small tubes lasts for months but stock runs out so I buy back ups from Amazon just in case.
RevitaLash do other products, mascaras, hair products and one of my friends swears by RevitaBrow. She’d over-plucked her eyebrows but they’ve grown back beautifully. Personally I’d like to try the hair products but it’s far too expensive for everyday – maybe for a very special occasion.
I wouldn’t give up RevitaLash eyelash conditioner. My friends that have tried it feel the same.
This is definitely one of my HERO products.
Note: Deborah has always paid for her own RevitaLash