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Cangro Ranked Number 1 Eyelash Serum Globally

CanGro has been ranked #1 in the world for eyelash serums by Review Rumble. Based off research conducted by the review site, CanGro’s Long Lashes serum triumphed over a tough crowd of competitor products.

CanGro’s hero product is Australian made and owned and is packed with vitamins, peptides and antioxidants that work to stimulate, strengthen, and condition the eyelashes, helping to nourish and repair, leaving them looking longer, thicker and fuller in as little as 4 to 8 weeks (full results seen around 12 weeks). With 4 active hair growth peptides and a bunch of other important vitamins, CanGro’s product saw women achieve longer, thicker and fuller lashes in 12 weeks.

Unlike most of its competitors, the product is vegan and cruelty-free. It also boasts freedom from all nasties including growth hormones, gluten, parabens, palm oil, sulphates, phthalates etc and is great for even the most sensitive of eyes.

While a number of serums on the market contain growth hormones that can cause redness, eye color change and permanent damage – CanGro’s Long Lashes can be used long term with no side effects.

Very few online retailers can claim 100 percent 5-star reviews, but CanGro comes close with an aggregate score of 4.9 stars. This was another reason why CanGro took out the top spot.

Shoppers reported that CanGro’s eyelash serum is gentle on the eyes and doesn’t irritate. The number of reviews that support the company’s claim of longer eyelashes is astounding. Most clients suggest continuing application for 12 weeks to see the best results.

Some of the reasons why Review Rumble concluded that CanGro was number 1 included how affordable their products are, the stylish rose gold packaging and great results in both lash length and volume (in 12 weeks).

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