It may absolutely be time to say farewell to your false eyelashes, but not to the enormous doe eyes so many men have consistently found so attractive. Not several firms have ever considered coming up with a natural recipe for extending the eyelashes—that’s why false lashes are so popular. But LiLash Purified Eyelash Stimulator is a cut above the rest.
Company behind the Product
LiLash is a formula of Cosmetic Alchemy, Inc., a cosmeceutical company located in Arizona, USA.
What You Get
LiLash is a potent blend for strengthening and enhancing the eyelashes to let them seem healthier and longer. It is applied along the base of the eyelashes, just like eyeliner, and is allowed to dry for a while before putting on mascara and eye makeup. In the long run, the revitalizing results of LiLash will enable you to cease applying mascara and other thick makeup to let your eyes look larger. The herbal juices in LiLash were added to add volume and gloss to the eyelashes and strengthen hair fiber.
Both products of Cosmetic Alchemy, LiLash and LiBrow, are insured by a 90-day return guarantee. The company says that you’ll have to put on LiLash everyday for up to 10 weeks for maximum results, plus maintenance use a couple of times each week after that. However, you have 90 days or approximately three months to settle out whether the product is doing you any good at all. If you believe it’s doing more harm than good—or if you believe it’s doing nothing at all—feel free to reship LiLash, even if it’s already halfway empty, to Cosmetic Alchemy’s warehouse and you will have a 100% refund.
What I Like About It
What separates LiLash from other solutions saying they are eyelash conditioners is that the preparation for this one does not contain sodium chloride. Before, the pioneer eyelash conditioners were manufactured as eye drops, thus the need for having salt. But salt is not healthy for hair. Think of how impossible your hair is after bathing at the beach. That is how salt affects your lashes. They turn flaky and fragile. In place of salt, LiLash has orgnanic ingredients that have been clinically demonstrated to promote hair health. These are prunus amygdalus seed extract from sweet almond and white lupine seed extract.
What I Don’t Like
LiLash has some parabens, which have been under fire in the health and beauty industry for apparently having unwanted effects in women who use products that have them. Still, LiLash only has food-grade parabens, and clinical studies have shown that no harm is done in using this type of preservative.
Do I Recommend It?
Yes. LiLash is a non-toxic product for keeping your lashes luscious and healthy. It’s time you blow goodbye kisses to your break-y false lashes and take a more natural look with a new lash conditioner.