Today, I am here with my new column about lash serums and the newly growing trends. In the world of skincare and beauty, lash serums aren’t a new concept. However, their primary ingredients and manufacturing approaches are getting advanced day by day. The old-school version of lash serums had liquid prostaglandins, which had hormone-like characteristics. These liquid prostaglandins allow the lashes to grow for a longer period and postpone their shedding cycle. This results in old lashes hanging on beyond their natural residency period, and it was very common for people using lash serums to end up getting a lash haircut.
But if you try the new version of lash serums, they are much gentler and smoother. The latest peptide-based serums help the natural growth process by nourishing your lashes and giving soft, more robust quality for a fraction less quantity.
Teresa Smith, lash specialist and the founder of I Love Lash, says she is more than happy to recommend these to her post-chemo customers, as well as those who have “over-scrubbed their eyes, been subjected to botched lash extensions elsewhere, or simply witnessed their lashes thin out and become smaller with age.”
If you are a beauty enthusiast and got lucky with finances, try Sweed Beauty’s magical Eyelash growth serum. It’s way simpler to apply just like the other lash serums (by painting along the base of clean, dry upper lashes, as if applying liquid eyeliner only before skincare). When I use it, this one gives me tiny tickles, but it goes away quickly. It seems to be pricey at £44 for 3ml – and it is – but it is not in the same league as the £100-plus hormone-charged serums of yore.
As consumers embraced this magical serum, positive reviews and testimonials flooded in. Many users report noticeable improvements in lash length, thickness, and overall health within a few weeks of consistent application. This serum contains key ingredients like peptides, biotin, and nourishing oils that work together to strengthen and fortify your delicate lashes, minimizing breakage and promoting growth.
Just like me, if you already have a Beauty Pie membership, it’s time you flex your discount with a lash serum. Beauty Pie’s £19.50 Korean-made Lash Fuel is certainly worth a try. This serum is very gentle, and I got no itching or discomfort with this one. It made my lashes silky and smooth, in other words, it was a heavenly experience. You’ll see the results in just four weeks, and a 5ml tube would be enough to get you there.
If you are still curious but not convinced, I can make you another recommendation of The Ordinary’s multiple-peptide Lash & Brow Serum for only £12.40; if you’re interested but not persuaded, I suggest The Ordinary’s Multi-Peptide Lash & Brow Serum for only £12.40, which doubles up as an aid to the over-plucked, feel as lovely as the others, and has enticed two of my friends’ stunted lashes out of hiding.
The beauty industry is witnessing the rise of a new breed of lash serums that provide a magical solution for those seeking stunning lashes. With their accessibility, simple application process, and promising results, these excellent but pricey serums are revolutionizing the way you get long and voluminous lashes. As more individuals embrace these products, the future looks bright for these magical products.