RevitaLash ($98 for 3 months supply, $150 for 6 months supply) New Enhanced Formula! This advanced RevitaLash formula contains a proprietary blend of proven functional cosmetic ingredients pioneered by Athena, combined with an infusion of powerful peptides and soothing botanicals, designed to both beautify and nourish the eyelashes.
I’ve been using Revitalash for the past 3 months. I didn’t notice much difference in volume, but I did see an improvement in length. The first 4 weeks I didn’t notice any changes, but I did notice my lashes felt softer and stronger. At about week 6-8 was when I started to notice the change in length. I could visibly see my lashes had gotten longer!
Revitalash was very easy to apply. You just apply once a day at night. There was no unpleasant smell nor did I experience any bad reactions. The price is high, but a portion of the profit goes to breast cancer research. Also, think of all the money you’ll be saving by not having to buy false eyelashes and lash extensions. You’ll also be saving tons of money and time by not having to hunt for that holy grail mascara.
The most important thing to remember when using Revitalash is to be patient. You’re not going to see results right away. It’s going to take a few weeks. Also, to maintain the results, you have to continuously use Revitalash.
Check out the before and after photo!
Revitabrow ($110) Utilizing the power of peptides and botanicals for strengthening, conditioning and nourishing, and advanced technology, RevitaBrow helps revitalize eyebrows so they look thicker and fuller. A simple swipe of the RevitaBrow applicator can help you achieve a more polished look by causing your eyebrows to appear healthier. When applied daily on a clean brow, you should start to see fuller, thicker looking brows within weeks!
I admit it. I’m probably the last person who needs Revitabrow. I’m grateful my brows are dark and long, but I can’t help but wish for thicker, fuller eyebrows. My first thought Revitabrow would do was grow more eyebrow hairs, but it didn’t. In fact, on the packaging slip was a disclaimer that said, “RevitaBrow Eyebrow Conditioner is not intended to treat, prevent, cure, relieve, resolve, stop or reduce hair loss or to promote the growth of hair.” So it doesn’t promote hair growth? Interesting.
I’ve been using Revitabrow for about 2 months now in hopes of getting thicker, fuller brows. Even though it didn’t help grow more eyebrow hairs, it did make my already dark eyebrows a tinsy tad bit darker. It also did make my eyebrows look more healthier and not so dull looking. I think Revitabrow would work better on a person who had lighter colored eyebrows. You would be able to notice a much bigger difference than I did. I feel because my eyebrows are already so dark, the results weren’t that noticeable. Don’t get me wrong. Revitabrow did what it claimed to do. It darkened my eyebrows to give off the appearance of thicker eyebrows and helped them appear healthier. I just think the results were not definite enough for me to justify spending $110 every few months to keep the results.