FEG Eyelash Growth Serum

feg2I have hamster lashes. Short, stubby and pointless.  To grow beautiful Ostrich length lashes I had two options Latisse which retails for the equivalent of a car payment each month or FEG Eyelash Serum which retails for $20.  One bottle of FEG contains 3ml which works out to $6.67 per ml, and one bottle will last one month.


As described on Amazon:

For Lashes, Apply The Applicator To The Skin Of The Upper Eyelid Along The Lash Line From Inner To Outer Corner Of The Eye. A Single Application Stroke Is All That Is Required. Our Eyelash Serum Is Highly Concentrated So Little Is Needed For Your Best Lashes. To Avoid Irritation, Do Not Apply To The Lower Eyelids Or Directly To The Lashes Themselves.


Purified water, Sodium chloride, Benzalkonium chloride, Citric acid, Disodium phosphate, Cellulose gum.


feg3There aren’t a lot of components in this product, and yet, it works so well.  The growth is admittedly slower than with Latisse.  I noticed a difference at the 8-week mark.  Once you see the difference, however, it is undeniable.  My lashes became long and as perfect as extensions without the breakage and fallout.   It will burn if you get it in your eyes, so don’t.  If you want a faster result to apply the serum more frequently.  I did use it to my bottom lashes, and the results are phenomenal.


When you decide to stop using the serum, lashes return to their original sub-par style.  I would recommend this as one of the best products available on the market.  Excellent price, excellent quality that provides a unique natural looking result.  After using it for a year, I can and do thoroughly recommend it.

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