Growing longer and healthier eyelashes are all the rage right now. Products like Revitalash and Latisse hit the market – and the salons went wild offering their clients various ways to grow longer, thicker eyelashes in the matter of a few weeks.
Now, there are several brands on the market. LashFood is lash enhancing product to professionals in the beauty and salon industry, it’s offer the testing and trials – that LashFood is the best product, for the price, and because it’s a natural product – for salon professionals to offer their clients.
Water, Arginine, Biotin, Trehalose, Niacinamide, Panthenol, Citric Acid, Polysorbate 80, Phenoxyethanol, Methylparaben, Acorus Calamus Root Extract, Artemisia Princeps Leaf Extract, Portulaca Oleracea Extract, Polygonum Multiflorum Root Extract, Glycyrrhiza Glabra Root Extract, Angelica Gigas Root Extract, Ephedra Sinica Extract, Sophora Angustifolia Extract, Arctium Lappa Seed Extract, Thuja Orientalis Extract, Lycium Chinense Fruit Extract, Ginkgo Biloba Leaf Extract, Paeonia Suffruticosa Root Extract, Carthamus Tinctirius Flower Extract, Betillia Stritata Root Extract, Rheum Undulatum Extract (root/stalk/stem), Placenta Protein, Erythritol, Carbomer, Copper Tripeptide 1
No animal testing
Comes in a sleek gold and black tube
Full results can take up to 3 months
Expensive, retails for $120
Certainly there are pros and cons to all brands, and some people have very sensitive skin and do not respond well to putting anything on their eyelids. Many would find applying any eyelash conditioner or eyelash growth formula irritating, since it is applied so close to the eye itself.
Do eyelash conditioners and eyelash growth formulas work?
Most of them, you will find – do work. All need to be used the recommended duration for maximum results, and also used consistently. A huge number of patients and customers using products such as LashFood, Revitalash, and MAxolash- are finding that their lashes ARE in fact, longer and thicker.
LashFood reviews done by our review and found that LashFood is marketed to help enhance eyelash and eyebrow growth. The manufacturer does not state if LashFood has been formulated for sensitive eyes or if LashFood can be used on the lower eyelashes. The manufacturer states that clinical studies have been done on LashFood, and shows that results can take as long as 3 months to show. This eyelash growth serum may be expensive for some customers, retailing for $120. Our review staff was unable to find any customer testimonials on LashFood, other than from the manufacturers’ website. No harmful side effects have been reported on LashFood.