I’ve never met a woman who didn’t love the idea of long, luxurious lashes. But like many women, I was not blessed with them naturally. If you were, consider yourself exceptionally lucky!
As a person with short, straight, very blonde lashes- I always jump at the opportunity to try an eyelash enhancer. So, I was tossed a tube of Arbonne’s newest Lash Enhancer to review. Goody! Per Arbonne’s website, their Lash Enhancer is a “strengthening and conditioning formula (that) revitalizes from root to tip, helping to prevent breakage and promote thicker, longer-looking lashes”.
In case you’re new to the Arbonne brand, here’s a little background:
Arbonne International was founded in 1975 by one man, Petter Mørck, and his team of leading bio-chemists, biologists and herbalists.
Needless to say, I was excited to test out a product that derived from such smarty pants people!
Immediately, I liked the product- the application was simple, and the brush was incredibly easy to use along my lash lines. But, after the first week- I didn’t really notice any changes and honestly almost stopped using the product as I thought it was irritating my eyes.
However, when I got to the second week of testing, I realized it was just my contacts that needed changing. Oops. And so I continued using the product.
Then in week three, I started feeling my lashes brushing the surface of my glasses’ lenses. Hmm… I guess my lashes are even more see-through than I had even thought!
After using Arbonne’s Lash Enhancer for four weeks, I highly recommend this product. And it’s likely to be in your budget at $38 for a 7.4ml tube (much, much cheaper than Latisse, Marini Lash, or similar products)! The tube will also last you quite a few months as opposed to Latisse only lasting you one month. No need to shell out more cash than necessary!
Arbonne Lash Enhancer can be purchased online at Arbonne.com.
Ingredients include: Lash Nutrition Complex, soy lecithin, nettle, horsetail extract, St. John’s wort, hamamelis virginiana, berberis arisata, Indian gooseberry, eclipta alba and apple extracts.
Time to bat those lashes, ladies!
FTC Disclosure: This item was sent to me free of charge in return for an honest review. The opinion in this article is based on my personal experience and was not influenced by any source. I was not compensated for this article. Feel free to read my disclosure policy for more information.