Meghan Markle's Favorite Serum For Gorgeous Lashes

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Jan. 31 2020, Published 2:17 p.m. ET

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How many mascaras have we tried in our lifetime thus far? We’ve tried volumizing mascaras, lengthening mascaras, mascaras with plastic bristles, mascaras with nylon bristles, and others of all shapes and sizes, from ones with big and curved brushes to spiky ball tips. That’s just the beginning, and we haven’t even stepped into false lash territory yet. No matter what we try, we’re never quite satisfied. We end up with smudging, clumping, flaking and sometimes are left with practically no results at all. So maybe there isn’t a miracle mascara out there, but maybe we need to go straight to the source instead. Makeup applies more smoothly to healthy skin, so why shouldn’t we look at our lashes the same way?

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With the RevitaLash Advanced Eyelash Conditioner, we’re going back a step in our beauty routine to target our lash woes where they begin. Meghan Markle couldn’t believe the results she saw when using this product, saying she was “beyond obsessed” and that her lashes became so long, falsies were no longer necessary, even on screen!

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Other shoppers are also feeling the obsession. One who said they had tried many eyelash serums said without a doubt that “this is the best one.” Another said that with this lash conditioner, they can use any mascara on top and their lashes will “appear like falsies.” The endless search for the perfect mascara is over! Any mascara can be the perfect choice when we’ve taken proper care of our lashes. Multiple shoppers said they saw huge results in just two weeks, one even finding that their lashes now have a natural curl to them!

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So what does a lash conditioner do, exactly? This RevitaLash conditioner claims to enhance and protect our eyelashes by targeting numerous concerns. Its key ingredients include BioPeptin Complex, peptides and natural botanicals, which claim to “saturate” our lashes with moisture to keep them soft and healthy. This may result in less breakage and brittleness, and more moisture, flexibility and shine.

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This lash conditioner also claims to promote thicker and fuller-looking lashes so we won’t need to spend 10 minutes layering on coat after coat of volumizing mascara. It was crafted with “scientifically-advanced technology,” digging past surface level to promote luxurious lashes that last.

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This product was reviewed by both ophthalmologists and dermatologists and was clinically tested to ensure its effectiveness. It was developed to be hypoallergenic and non-irritating, so even those of us with more sensitive eyes can try it out without a hitch. It’s also sulfate-free and certified cruelty-free! Because doctors oversaw this product’s creation, we can trust its claims to defend our lashes from daily aggressors that leave them looking droopy, sad and sparse.

After a six-week clinical study, 98% of users found “improved lash appearance,” noting that their eyelashes looked healthier and felt stronger! 98% is crazy! When we look at Duchess Meghan, however, we certainly believe it!

See it: Get the RevitaLash Advanced Eyelash Conditioner starting available at Dermstore and Amazon!

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