As a person who "suffers" from short, fine eyelashes, I was excited when I was given the opportunity to test neuLash® active eyelash technology. It's touted as a product that can extend the life of your lashes while allowing them to appear fuller and thicker versus a prescription drug.
On July 1st, I began using neuLash®. It's in a tube that's similar to mascara and the wand (an eyeliner-like applicator) is a small brush. It's applied by sweeping the product along the base of the upper lashes. I was a little nervous when I first applied it because it felt wet and I thought it would run into my eyes, but it didn't. After the first application - it's applied nightly - I looked forward to the damp, cool feel of the neuLash because it's very soothing.
When I first checked (after about two weeks) to see if the product was working it seemed like my lashes were thicker and longer, but I wasn't sure. Now, more than two months after I first started applying the product, I notice a definite increase in the thickness and appearance of my lashes. I feel like I should go around batting my eyelashes at people. The product offers maximum protection for lashes by delivering proteins, vitamins, peptides as well as moisturizing and rejuvenating ingredients that replenish and strengthen. For some, you'll see results in two weeks with maximum results in eight weeks.
It seems a bit pricey at $150, but it's more economical ($1.67 per day for three-month supply) than a prescription drug ($4 a day for a one-month supply). To learn more about it, check out Neulash.com or visit Saks Fifth Avenue to try it out for yourself.