Other than Latisse, RevitaLash is the only over the counter product that makes my lashes go from mere millimeters to gorgeous. No, I don't mean my lashes grow inches, let's not be ridiculous. But my lashes are noticeably longer than they are without RevitaLash. The reason it works as well as Latisse (I actually like it better) is because it utilizes the same type of ingredients to grow serious lashes, all without a trip to the doctor.
Before I taunt you with amazing before and after photos, let's discuss the rumors.
Using a product like Latisse can cause your eyes to "form dark spots" on my iris.
While this is a real risk, you would have to dump vast quantities in your actual eye, like a glaucoma patient. And you'd have to have brown eyes.
Using a product like Latisse can cause a darkening of the skin when applied.
This is true. In a small number of people, you can experience temporary darkening on skin where this is applied. To me, it's not a huge deal, as I wear eyeliner daily. Out of everyone I know who has tried either product, I only know of one woman who developed this darkening. It did fade away once she stopped using the product, and no permanent harm was done. In this case, she chose to stop using the product, and her irises returned to normal.
You can go blind.
I'm not a doctor, but I'm pretty sure there are no recorded cases of this happening.
Now that we've gotten that out of the way, let's discuss how you use RevitaLash Advanced.
RevitaLash Advanced comes with a liner-like top that makes application way easier than Latisse. Just apply it every night before bed and after about three or four weeks, you'll wake up with the lashes of a princess. While the manufacturers claim that one bottle should last about six months, I've easily gotten an extra month or so out of each bottle.
This is my favorite product to grow lashes. Not to condition lashes or maybe grow longer lashes. It actually grows longer lashes.
Try it for yourself for $98.00. (Not available in CA or TN).
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