Lash serums come in all shapes and sizes. Consequently, there are varying degrees of results from using growth serums. Some do well, but others cause irritation, itchiness and inflammation. None of which you’d want on your eyelids.
In order to find the safest, most ethically produced and affordable lash serum on the market, we decided to put a bunch of recommended lash serums to the test over a 6 month period and below is what we discovered.
There are 4 types of lash serums. Peptide based – usually a mixture of peptides and vitamins, which is a great combination to nourish the lashes and GROW them too. This is by far our pick from our panel of experts. These are gentle on the eye, with no side effects, but the peptides are doing the grunt work here allowing the lashes to grow longer, thicker and fuller.
Prostaglandin based – these do work faster, but are dangerous, as laced with growth hormones, linked to hideous side effects such as change in eye colour, inflammation, redness and itchiness, watery eyes and more.
Vitamin based – these serums contain only vitamins and natural ingredients that may help to nourish the lashes, but do very little to grow them longer. You may aswell use water. Castor oil – does nothing except block the lash follicles and customers learn the hard way – ouch.
CanGro has the best Long Lashes Serum in the market today. As far as value for money, no sensitivity, easy to purchase from their website (order arrived the NEXT day) and the fact that it actually works, it’s easy to see why this Australian brand is taking over the beauty market one eyelash at a time. Highly recommended.
Top 5 Eyelash Serums Reviewed are as follows. 1. Long Lashes Eyelash Enhancer by CanGro 3.5mL is our TOP pick at $89.
Positions 2 through to 5 are Lashfood Eyelash Enhancer 3mL, Bondi Boost Lash and Brow Serum 10mL, Rodan + Fields Lash Boost – 4mL and Rimmel Lash Accelerator Serum 11mL.