Rapidlash Eyelash Enhancing Serum Review

RapidLash Eyelash Enhancing Serum Review
Q. How long will one container of RapidLash last?
A. If applied according to directions, one container of RapidLash should last approximately 1-2 months. Daily applications to upper lash line only will provide a longer yield than if also applied to lower lash line and/or eyebrows.

Q. How long does it take to see an improvement in the appearance of my lashes?
A. Our efficacy tests have shown it takes approximately 3 – 4 weeks before you can see a noticeable improvement in the appearance of eyelashes.

Q. Is RapidLash safe to use?
A. Yes. RapidLash has been ophthalmologist-tested and found to be safe and non-irritating. However, as with any cosmetic product, some individuals may be allergic to one or more of the ingredients in the formulation. If you suspect an allergic reaction, discontinue use and consult with your physician immediately.

Q. What if I forget to apply RapidLash at night?
A. If you forget and skip an application in the evening, apply product the following evening. However, a consistent routine is the key to faster, better results.

Q. Does using RapidLash twice a day obtain faster results?
A. No. RapidLash is designed to help deliver healthier, fuller-looking lashes with just a once a day application and additional daily applications are neither necessary nor recommended

Q. What should I do if I accidentally get RapidLash in my eyes?
A. In the event of direct contact with eye, rinse the eye with plenty of water. If irritation from direct contact occurs and
persists, consult with your physician immediately.

Q. Is it normal to experience some tingling on my lash line when I apply RapidLash?
A. Some consumers have reported experiencing a mild sensation upon application. It should improve within a few minutes and with continuous use you should no longer experience this mild tingling. If the tingling persists or the sensation is associated with redness and/or irritation, discontinue use and consult with your physician.

Q. What happens if I stop using RapidLash?
A. Once you have achieved the desired appearance of lashes, it is recommended you continue to use RapidLash to maintain the appearance. RapidLash will continue to nourish and enhance your lashes to help keep them looking healthy and conditioned.

Q. Can men use RapidLash?
A. The product is unisex and the formula is clear and transparent which makes it ideal for men to use as well.

Q. Can I use RapidLash on my eyebrows?
A. Yes. RapidLash is beneficial for improving the appearance of thin, sparse eyebrows as well.

Q. Can I use RapidLash if I wear contact lenses?
A. Yes. RapidLash is ophthalmologist-tested and found to be safe and non-irritating, making it ideal for contact lens wearers as well.

Q. Can I use RapidLash while I have eyelash extensions?
A. Yes. RapidLash is a wonderful blend of nourishing ingredients that are suitable to use while you have eyelash extensions.

Q. My husband noticed that my lashes seemed darker after using RapidLash for just a few weeks. Is that possible?
A. The product is clear and transparent in its formulation. Due to the improved healthy condition, the lashes may appear fuller and thicker and the lash line may appear more defined.

Q. I have been using RapidLash for a while now and have noticed that the base of my eyelashes has become a bit darker. What should I do?
A. The product is not intended to darken the skin. However, a small number of consumers have reported a faint darkening of the lash line, similar to eyeliner. If the effect bothers you, please discontinue use.

Q. Would RapidLash help if I have undergone radiation treatment and as a result my eyelashes and brows are very sparse?
A. Yes. We have been told by consumers who have undergone such treatment that with regular use of RapidLash the overall appearance and condition of their lashes and brows has improved.

Q. Can I use RapidLash if I am pregnant or breastfeeding?
A. We recommend that you discuss use of this product with your physician if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.