Ava Grace's Closet: RapidLash Lovin'

Tuesday, August 4, 2015

RapidLash Lovin'

So, you might remember this post where I introduced RapidLash in all it's fabulousness.
At that time, we gave away a full-size product and I started my own journey using it diligently each evening for the last 7 weeks or so.
Application is simple - a very minimal amount directly across the entire lash line and you're done! 
Here is what my lashes looked like before the treatment {and before any mascara}. 


The product has an almost water-like consistency and while it appears light; it is amazing to see the ongoing difference. 
Mid-treatment, I began to notice tiny, new lashes growing in, particularly at the inside corners of each eye.
When I used mascara, I was finding that all it took was a little bit of product to achieve a nice, longer lash. 
7 weeks in, I found that my lashes were slightly longer but more importantly, far denser with lots more volume. 
Here is a peek at my bare-eyed transformation.

The closed-eye photo is especially telling.
I can honestly comb them! {which I obviously did NOT do to my unruly eyebrows in this photo}. 
I thought I would also share what my lashes now look like when I apply just one quick coat of mascara.
No need to build up volume anymore!

Clinically proven and award winning, RapidLash is both opthamologist and dermatologist tested with NO paraben and completely fragrance free.
If you are super-sensitive, apply every other evening to determine whether the product is well tolerated; personally, my light eyes are often a challenge and this product caused no itchiness or watering whatsoever.
A huge plus.
I've now begun to use the remaining product as a maintenance tool - applying only 3-4 times per week to keep my lashes in check; the tube, which retails in Canada for $59.95, should last me about 4 months. 
I say, the results speak for themselves. 

Have you ever tried RapidLash or any lash enhancing serum?
Would love to hear about your experience.

Disclosure: I am part of the RapidLash campaign with Influence Central and I receive special perks as part of my affiliation with this group. As always, all opinions are strictly my own.

11 comments :

  1. I might have to give this a try! I have tiny lashes!!

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  2. Dearest Susan,
    Your eyes look stunning and it really looks like it did the trick!
    Since I did have some problems with Dermatomyositis in January, I don't dare to try out anything. For about 6 weeks I could not use mascara or whatever on my eyes. Glad they're without this rash.
    You are still very young and it pays off for keeping your looks.
    Hugs,
    Mariette

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  3. Looking fab! Your lashes look great ..xo

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  4. Huh, you can really see it. Wow, I have really short lashes, maybe this would be good.

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  5. I will have to try this, my lashes could use a bit of help

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  6. I've never tried this product but I think I shall soon! My 52 year old eyelashes are quickly vanishing!

    RAFFLECOPTER NAME is Anne Taylor

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  7. Thank you for such a detailed review, and it's good to know that RapidLash sounds promising for sensitive eyes!

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  8. Looks great! WHat a great review, I have SUPER sensitive eyes and skin....

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  9. I tried something similar... it may have been rapidlash. I also tried a similar one. one didn't not work at all and I believe it was the rapid lash that did actually work and did well on my eyebrows and eyelashes. I have very think brows so it helped a lot with those!

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  10. I've tried this before and it didn't do so great on my lashes (I didn't like the way it felt when I applied it either - I'm weird about my eyes) but I ended up using it on my thin brows and it helped a lot! I still use it for my brows and for the price, it's a good deal!

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