In the long time that I’ve spent writing reviews for this site, I have come to learn how to “read between the lines” as far as eyelash growth products are concerned, and it is a practice which I’ve come to perform automatically even with the other products I buy. This is an action that I found myself doing when I stumbled upon the ad for CelluLash Eyelash Conditioner.
What is Cellulash?
What is CelluLash? Well, I must confess that I originally thought that this product was one of those eyelash volumizers that contain cellulose. As it turned out, CelluLash is an eyelash growth product promising longer and stronger lashes, thanks to its proteins and rejuvenating ingredients. It also mentions about the product’s “Multi-Peptides” growth substance which stimulate hair follicle growth.
Okay, I have reviewed in the past several products that do contain a bunch of peptides in their ingredients list. CelluLash, however, contains only one peptide Myristoyl pentapeptide-17, which means that the product is not “Multi-Peptides” at all.
What the product has are some natural ingredients and chemical compounds. The natural ingredients include Centella Asiatica Extract, Vitis Vinifera (Grape) Seed Extract, and Aloe Barbadensis. All the rest are chemical compounds, like butylene glycol, phenoxyethanol, caprylyl glycol, arginine, sodium chloride, sodium hyaluronate, hexylene glycol, polysorbate 20, acrylates/c10-30 alkyl acrylate, and allantoin.
How To Use
The application instructions of CelluLash are actually very simple. Just apply along the lash line twice daily. Seems like a cinch, isn’t it? Still, if you are the more cautious type like I am, it is best to do a skin test first for potential allergies.
Also, always start application with the upper eyelashes. If you feel some stinging in your eyes at the initial application, most likely, you might irritate your eyes further if you apply the product to your lower lashes. The company promises results within 4 to 8 weeks of continuous use.
Of the many reviews that have been posted about CelluLash, they are primarily concentrated in the official site, which makes for very biased reading. Anyway, the reviews are pretty radiant, stating how the product enabled them to develop long, lush, and shiny lashes between 3 to 5 weeks of use.
Some have even stopped using their mascara because their eyelashes have grown that thick. Such reviews, however, are very superficial and don’t really give a potential buyer a good picture of whether this product is of real value or not.
Unfortunately, as much as I would like to try out this product for myself, what is strongly preventing me from doing so is its rather hefty. Suffice to say that, given the state of the economy these days, I’m surprised that women can even afford to dish out over a hundred bucks on a single product. For that money, I could buy an entire cosmetics kit with just one affordable, but just as effective eyelash growth product at $20 or less.
The only thing I can advise for potential buyers of CelluLash is to be very cautious. If you can read testimonials outside of the official site, that would be better before shelling out your $110. For those who do buy it, again, take the necessary health precautions.