Review: RevitaLash Cosmetics – RevitaBrow


Brand: RevitaLash cosmetics 

Skin type: N/A – All. 

How to use: Prep Wash hands and face with a mild soap & water. Let face and eye area dry completely prior to application. Using the doe-foot applicator, apply once-a-day to clean and dry eyebrows. Apply a few short strokes onto each eyebrow. Note: Only a small quantity is needed to beautify and promote the attractiveness of natural eyebrows. For best results, use consistently. Be sure to let RevitaBrow dry before applying any daily facial products. Highly concentrated formula, a small amount per application is all that is needed. There is no added benefit to using RevitaBrow Advanced more than once per day (this is actually really important to note because I got way too excited about using mine and used it twice a day for a while. All that did was make me run out faster. The product definitely needs time to work).

Ingredients: Aqua, Disodium Phosphate, Glycerin, Biotin, Cellulose Gum, Phenoxyethanol, Chlorphensin, Phosphoric Acid, Dechloro Dihydroxy Difluoro Ethylcloprostenolamide, Butylene Glycol, Calendula Officinalis Extract, Panax Ginseng Extract, Serenoa Serrulata Extract, Camelia Oleifera Extract, Triticum Vulgare Germ Protein, Pentylene Glycol, Biotinoyl, Tripeptide-1, Octapeptide-2.

My morning routine ft RevitaBrow

How does it smell? It has a slight clinical smell but nothing overpowering. It’s not even noticeable unless you sniff it directly (which I did for this point).

How does it feel? Like a water-based serum.

Cost? £115 for 3mL

How long did I test for? 2 months, basically until it finished. 

What I liked? It really works. I refrained from showing you before and after pictures because quite frankly they are embarrassing but there is a considerable amount of hair added to my brows. They are voluminous and darker than they’ve ever been and I’ve been scrutinizing them a lot! (They just need a shape and tint now). 

What I disliked? Well, the first drawback is the time it takes to actually put it on. This is an expensive product so you don’t want to use it wrong and you do want to get the most out of it. Hence, the instructions of needing to apply it to clean, dry eyebrows are a little tedious because if you’re in a rush in the morning then you don’t have time to wait for your eyebrows to dry from cleansing and then again before you put your other products on. It’s a small complaint but it could make a difference in how well the product works for you. Also, I wasn’t quite sure if by clean, they meant I could put some Glow Tonic on beforehand? Or just clean by water? I went with just water to be sure. I also splurged on the three millilitre, which on their website says last’s up to four months. I don’t even think I’m at three months and it’s pretty much gone. However, this could be because of my overzealous application in the first few weeks so I take partial blame. Lastly, they definitely help brow growth, but not to the extent I was hoping although I can see it is a slow process and will probably be costly because I want to keep going with it.  

Would I buy again? Yes definitely, as mentioned above, I really want to see if they can grow more and I actually believe they will! I also firmly believe it’s the best growth serum out there. I’ve only tried one other one but that did absolutely nothing. I just need to save up first….

Where can you purchase? Right here for UK and Europe and here for the US 


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