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My Review of Lilash Purified Eyelash Serum (and Stimulator)

To look your best, you need your 3d mink false lashes to look their best. I’ve had problems with mine in the past, mostly due to overusing false eyelashes and bad mascara.Ssrnt

3d mink false lashes
3d mink false lashes

Because of that, I tried out Lilash Purified Eyelash Serum/Stimulator. According to its packaging and most of what’s written about it, it could supposedly do wonders. I decided to find out for myself.

Like the majority of women with thinning 3d mink false lashess, I have tended to use extensions to lengthen them, or false eyelashes to replace them. There is nothing wrong with this, but it’s not the ideal solution, and certainly not the best long term one.

Really, it’s a major hassle, and I figured if LiLash Purified Eyelash Serum can help me condition and improve on my own natural eyelashes, why not give it a shot?

One of the things that drew me to this particular product was that this eyelash stimulator was created by a licensed physician, it’s been clinically tested extensively and has been found to provide visible results in just a few weeks.

Something else that’s important, to me at least, is that this product has never been tested on animals, in any way, shape or form. As an animal lover (and future cat-lady, according to my boyfriend), that’s so important to me in a beauty product!

As far as using it, it’s really easy to use (similar to eyeliner, actually): apply this product onto your upper eyelids and you’re done. Let it sit for a few minutes so it can dry and set, and then go ahead and put on the rest of your makeup.

It’s supposed to be used, at most, once a day (if that often). It’s supposed to work over the course of two to three months. Apparently some people don’t need to continue treatment after the first couple, except for maintenance once or twice a week.

Less is more with this stuff, and according to the instructions, it’s claimed that the product can last six months or more, assuming it’s not overused. I don’t know about that, but if it’s true, it’s less than fifty cents a day! The price was right for me, and it seemed like the best value for the money for sure.

Another thing that I was a little concerned about was if it dries out like mascara tends to. I know that my mascara often becomes gunked up and nasty after a few weeks or months, but so far, so good. It’s been about a month and it’s still perfectly fine.

As far as side effects, according to what I’ve read, some customers have experienced itchiness, (but not bothersome enough to make them quit using this product because of their great results)

Apparently one of the reasons for this slight itchiness is simply because of the general sensitivity of the area around the eye.

I haven’t had any of that, personally, yet, but knock on wood! I’m a contact lens wearer, so that could be a deal-breaker for me.

My final verdict: if you have problems with thinning 3d mink false lashes (or disappearing ones, like me), this is a great product for longer, fuller, and stronger lashes. It’s incredibly cost-effective for what it does, and unlike vaseline or the other ‘home remedies’ I’ve tried, this actually really seems to work!

I’ve been amazed; even without makeup, my 3d mink false lashes look better than they used to even with extensions and mascara!

This is after only one month, and not even the full recommended treatment of three months!

3d mink false lashes
3d mink false lashes

For the price, and how totally amazing your 3d mink false lashes will look after using it, it’s definitely worth checking LiLash Purified Eyelash Serum out today!

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