Beauty, she wrote
In the interest of FULL DISCLOSURE -- thank you United States government! -- I have to say that yes, I did receive a tube of it for free from a PR rep for the brand. However, and this really needs to be said, I used myself as the veritable guinea pig, the canary in the coal mine, the oh, whatever, you get it. I put my Brown Eyed Girl doeys at risk of whatever.
Now, all that said, what is neuLash? It's an "active eyelash technology" that promises to increase the length and fullness of your eyelashes. You've no doubt seen other brands that promise to do the same thing and wondered, "does that stuff even work, and if it does, how?" By delivering essential proteins, vitamins, and moisturizing and rejuvenating ingredients to replenish and strengthen the structure of lashes, while adding shine and elasticity that's how. And it's been through safety tests, is cruelty- and paraben-free.
So I used this promise-laden serum for about 4 weeks with little result. Then I checked again in about 6 weeks with again, little result. The PR rep checked in on me and I told her about my lack of success. She suggested I try a new tube, that maybe the one she sent had issues.
And then and I SWEAR to you this is true they grew. As the new tube (or neu tube, as it were) was on the way, the original just WHAM kicked in! It took about 8 weeks total for me, at least, to see amazing results. I now do the lash test to see if I can touch my brow bone with my lashes and I really can.
It's a pricey miracle worker -- it retails for about $150 -- but still cheaper than a facelift, ladies. If you need a holiday gift idea to give to your man for your stocking stuffer, give this a try. It really works.
Log on to the official site for more info on being a neu-bie: http.neulash.com. And then tell me if you try it!
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