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Lash boost made my lashes long and dark.It also made my skin dark and gave me a sunken in eye look.

It is made from a synthetic version of latisse which does the same thing. I have aged ten years in 7 weeks. But I have lashes.

NOT WORTH IT!RF needs to put warnings on their products

Review about: Rodan And Fields Lash Boost Serum.

Reason of review: Bad quality.

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Anonymous
#1405548

I have the dark circles under the eyes but they just sold me a product that will lighten it. I have not used it yet but I hope it works. Yes I even asked if it was like latisse that’s why I don’t use it.

Anonymous
#1401059

i have had the exact same thing happen.I've been using it for about 4 weeks, yes lashes have grown but I have dark under eye circles and they look sunken in.

that's never been the case for me - ever. I'm going to stop using this.

when you stopped using it did your eyes get better?I'm worried!!

Anonymous
#1396439

Wow that's downright scary it has caused dark circles and made you age;(

Agreed! Warnings need to be issued!! When will a class action lawsuit begin??!!

Anonymous
#1396428

Me too

Rocg
#1394646

Has 32 ingredients: close-formaldehyde, preservatives, off label medications, and lye. So can easily cause bad reactions.

Anonymous
#1393798

Your comment made me laugh out loud.Lash boost is not a synthetic version of Latisse- where did you get that “info”?!?!?

You’ve aged 10 years in 7 weeks???

Maybe you are applying too much.

And in 7 weeks, you could still get a refund, so send them some pics and give your feedback.

Anonymous
#1393551

Considering that you are making an argument off of that point shows how misinformed you are.So the company sold 1.5 million units of lash boost is an indicator that few people have side effects.

That's your thesis, correct?

Being that one has nothing to do with the other, let's start slow so maybe you can know what you're talking about. First, let's discuss sales. Are you aware there are roughly 180,000 consultants?

Are you aware that that lash boost maybe has a three month supply? Are you aware that you must keep applying for it to "work" ? Are you aware it cost $150 per container? Are aware of the sales quote you offered is heavily based on sales to consultants, not by.

That means the amount of product a consultant purchases, not sells. Because let's be honest, this scheme is to recruit more sellers, who are really buyers. That my friend is a scheme. Anyway, back to the math.

If every consultant buys only one three month supply of lash boost for $150, that's $27 million dollars ($150 x 180,000) if they buy a year supply, that's $108 million. Now you tell me that isn't the ultimate scheme designed to enrich the top while the so called independent consultants destroy their relationships for an opportunity to get some of those profits. You're making pennies while the top is rolling and watching their wealth grow.

Let's use your logic for cigarettes- companies sold millions worth, does that mean they didn't cause cancer because they sold so much?

Surely you can find many people who were lucky enough not to get sick, but that doesn't mean it wasn't harmful.

The same can be said about soda, Oreos and McDonalds - sales do not mean much as far as the potential harmful side effects.

Keep living your life uninformed- that is your choice, but don't spread your ignorance under the disguise of facts.

Rocg
to Anonymous #1395144

Thank you.Yes this is what the cons are told.

Because the brand is about the selling a pyramid scheme, dreams of not working for an income, within a framework that removes any accountability or liability.

Two female dermatologists can be as dishonest as anyone else who is dishonest.No restrictions on that.

Anonymous
#1393407

Considering that the company sold 1.5million units of lash boost in 1 year indicates your story as a rare exception. I have never heard of this and why were you using it on your skin? The serum goes on your lashes!!!

Anonymous
to Anonymous #1393471

How much they sell has nothing to do with a review on the results.R&F "consultants" a.k.a anyone who gets sucked in, are taking over social media, grabbing more and more customers as it's jammed down your throat 24/7.

Lash boost products came out years ago and they had warned about possible side effects, they're not safe. Darkening skin,

As for the rest of the chemical filled products you obviously sell yourself, that *** is getting into your system, open to pores and fill them with unnatural chemicals. Overpriced chemicals at that. You can find similar products containing the same ingredients at half the cost if you really want a chemical bath.

BTW, you do apply it to your eyelids like you would eye liner..that's skin for the record.Skin darkening, redness, irritation, swelling..all side effects.

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