Yes, They Are Real

Thursday, November 7, 2019

I love the look of long full lashes and couple months back I decided that getting eyelash extension was way to go – but what I got in return was broken and fragile eyelashes as the extensions grew out. The extensions broke off my lashes leaving them super short. I was devastated (wearing multiple layers of mascara or fake lashes to compensate) and went on a search for something to recuperate my lashes. That’s when I found MD products.  MD was founded in 2006 and operates behind a premise of science meets beauty and wellness.  MD is committed to excellence and providing innovative and science-based personal care products for the hair, skin, lash and wellness. 

I got the MD Lash Factor Eyelash conditioner (2.95ML) sent to me courtesy of MD to try out and let me tell you, it was a game changer. This lash serum is  patented, and is a conditioner with a nutrition formula that help your lashes look stunning. By combining the latest technology in skin care science with safe ingredients, MD Lash Factor Eyelash Conditioner gets the expected results, as it provides the nutrients necessary to develop naturally beautiful lashes.
I started using it daily (at night as per direction on the box) and noticed my lashes starting to get longer within two and a half weeks and they grew so long that I could get away from wearing double layer of mascara as I was used to.
I have sensitive skin and eyes but I have had no allergic reactions or problems with using the serum. The applicator is super easy to use, and its fairly precise.  I used the Lash Factor Eyelash Conditioner once a day but once get your lashes to where you want to be you can just use it as a maintenance, which has meant for me that I can use it every few days instead of every day.

I can really tell the difference in my eyelashes - all the broken and damaged lashes from extensions were repaired and feel stronger. Use code NOMEROVIC at checkout and  get 10% off your next order.

Have you used MD Lash Factor Eyelash Conditioner before?