Lash Results: Love ‘Em or Leave ‘Em?

Well ladies, it has been just over six weeks since I began treating my lashes with Rodan and Fields eyelash serum – time to share my results!  As the instructions directed, I applied the serum to my cleaned upper lash line nightly, only forgetting once in the six week period. It was simple as could be with no irritation or side effects whatsoever.  Every morning I would immediately stare into the mirror looking for my ‘Bambi’ lashes, wondering if and when there would be a change…it was probably at about the five week period when I noticed a difference – not dramatic, but still noticeable.

After, no mascara.
After, no mascara.
Before, no mascara.
Before, no mascara.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

After, with makeup and mascara.
After, with makeup and mascara.
'Before' with makeup and mascara.
‘Before’ with makeup and mascara.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

My lashes are definitely longer, right?  For sure!  What’s quite odd, however, is that not all my lashes got longer, and one got so long I actually trimmed it back.  Maybe they will all lengthen with more treatment? Who knows!  What’s also interesting to note is that they did not get thicker. So from my perspective at the six week mark, I would say very good but not great.  Glueing on a strip of false lashes is still my choice for a more dramatic eye.  In the meantime, I will continue the treatment to see if it gets any better results…

What do you think? Would also love to hear about your experience if you tried this product. ;-)

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5 Comments

  • Hi. I am a consultant for Rodan and Fields (as you know) ;) It takes longer than 6 weeks to get fuller looking, longer looking, darker looking lashes. With consistent use, you will definitely see a big change by the 12 week mark. And did you know you can also use it on your eyebrows?
    Looking forward to seeing/hearing your results in another 6 weeks!!
    Angel Corson

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    • Thank you for your comment Angel! With what you just shared I will definitely continue. Stay tuned! ;-)

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  • I’m afraid to spend a lot of money, then discover I can’t use it because I have a sensitivity to it. That isn’t a problem with other skincare products. But I’ve problems with eyedrops and mascara removers that are made for “sensitive eyes”. If I knew ahead of time I wouldn’t react, it would be worth it.

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    • If it helps to know, I have had a sensitivity to some eyeliners, and more than once have had horrible blepharitis (itchy, red, peeling eyelids). No sensitivity to this tab all. Maybe before you make a purchase you could ask if you could be refunded if you have a reaction? (But who wants the reaction to begin with…)

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    • If it helps to know, I have had a sensitivity to some eyeliners, and more than once have had horrible blepharitis (itchy, red, peeling eyelids). No sensitivity to this tab all. Maybe before you make a purchase you could ask if you could be refunded if you have a reaction? (But who wants the reaction to begin with…)

      Reply

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