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I'm about 2 months into using the lash boost and my lashes are not any longer than when I started. I also used the reverse skin care products and they broke me out. Not a fan.

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Anonymous
#1405793

If a product is not labeled "non comedogenic" (means does not caused pimples) - then you take your chances. Many skin products and makeup products do exactly that - cause break outs.

So one buys more products to cover up the break outs and one gets more breakouts...and around and around things go.

"non-comedogenic" is not an absolute guarantee - but it's a lot better than no such such label! in general, the more unbelievable the claim, the more likely it is to be "fake"......

Anonymous
#1405792

FACT: NO available product can make lashes grow longer, some can make them look longer, sort of. that's the best you can get.

any other claims are "false" facts! Check with your (good and honest) dermatologist. You want lovely long eyelashes?

get "false" eyelashes. then you won't be wasting your money.

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to Margalit Avraham #1406235

Thank you for your intelligent and reasonable approach. If I remember, the lashboos had over thirty ingredients and several had the potential of being irritating.

So perhaps the body reacts to irritation by some growth? But that can surely only be meant to be temporary?

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to Margalit Avraham #1408062

Prostaglandin analogues actually can grow lashes longer (by keeping them in the growth phase longer). This is documented in the scientific literature.

BUT they also have significant side effects like prostaglandin associated periobitopathy, including ptosis and periorbital fat loss (I.e., sunken or “zombie eyes”).

Lash boost contains a synthetic prostaglandin analog (isopropyl cloprostenate), so it does grow lashes, but it also carries all the side effects of prostaglandin analogues. RF obviously knows all of this but is shady about this ingredient.

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