Is it wrong to have lash-envy of your children? Below you'll find a picture of my 3-year-old's lashes. Insane, right? Three boys with my husband's dark, long and luscious lashes and I'm left piling on pounds of mascara every morning just to get mine to show up.
I've perused the websites of some of the prescription eyelash enhancing products but have been put off by a couple of the side effects (permanent increased brown iris pigmentation anyone?). So when I heard about Lashfood, a natural eyelash enhancing system, I was intrigued.
Lashfood is a natural, prescription-free product that promises to make lashes longer, stronger and healthier in 3-6 weeks of nightly use. Independent clinical studies of Lashfood found the following results in users after 16 weeks of Lashfood use on their lashes:
- 85% of users noticed improved fullness
- 100% of used noticed improved length
- 100% of users noticed improved density
Want picture proof? (after 16 weeks of nightly use)
Lashfood is dermatologist-approved, cruelty-free and does not contain parabens, gluten, postaglandin or synthetic fragrances. What IS included?
I've only been using it for a week and a half so far so I can't report back on my lash grow, but I did take a before picture and will update this post at the end of 16 weeks. The product is easy to use (swipe it on your lashes every night) and hasn't given me any irritation. I'm keep my fingers crossed for some increased fullness, length and a modeling contract. Hey, a girl can hope, right?
You can learn more about Lashfood or purchase at www.lashfood.com.
Momtrends was not paid for this post. A sample from Lashfood was provided for this review; the lashes are my own.