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LiLash worked better for me than Revitalash

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LiLash worked better for me than Revitalash

Postby sweetpea3 » Thu Jun 19, 2008 4:27 pm

Just an update, I'd switched to Revitalash because my eyes had gotten itchy while using the LiLash, and didn't know if it was due to seasonal allergies or the product. I don't remember exactly when it was that i made the change over, but I've noticed that the many of my outer lashes (at the 2 o'clock and 10 o'clock position are almost all shorter now, ~ back to their original length. I dug out the old Li Lash which was almost all gone, and used it last night, and plan to order some more if I don't get itchy again. I'm so disappointed as I really suspect it was the LiLash that had me itchy... :cry:
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Postby goldenchick » Sat Jun 21, 2008 7:25 pm

Hey girl,

I have a few questions. First, how did you ever go through most of the product? Are you using to much? I have barely put a dent in mine after a few months. I use one brush to do both almost. Could be why the itching.

Can I suggest you just do one eye for awhile and see if that causes itching , then you know for sure.

ALso how did your lashes get shorter? That could only be due to breakage at the tips. My tips are blonde, so it looks like they are broken but if I touch the mascara to them, I see they are black.

Good luck

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Postby sweetpea3 » Mon Jun 23, 2008 8:15 am

goldenchick wrote:Hey girl,

I have a few questions. First, how did you ever go through most of the product? Are you using to much? I have barely put a dent in mine after a few months. I use one brush to do both almost. Could be why the itching.

Can I suggest you just do one eye for awhile and see if that causes itching , then you know for sure.

ALso how did your lashes get shorter? That could only be due to breakage at the tips. My tips are blonde, so it looks like they are broken but if I touch the mascara to them, I see they are black.

Good luck

Lisa


Maybe I am using too much, good idea about the itching. I'll try doing just one eye for a few days. No, they aren't breaking, It was a gradual thing, I noticed the areas were filled less and less with the longer lashes, and had hoped at first that it was a growth cycle coincidence and that the shorties would catch up with the longer ones, but I just kept loosing more longer lashes. I was really bummed when I figured out that they weren't growing as long, I'd gotten attached to the way they were looking! thanks for the feedback O:)
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Postby mt_deb » Mon Jun 23, 2008 8:31 am

Morning Sweetpea!
I found this article about different eyelash growth products. Maybe it will help?

http://www.truthinaging.com/2008/01/eyelash-growth.html
I will NOT age gracefully.
I plan on kicking and screaming the whole way down!
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