When we introduced the Power Fol Scalp and Hair Treatment last January, one of the most popular questions received was "Can it be used on the eyelashes and eyebrows?" And while, technically, you can spray the Power Fol Hair Treatment onto a spoolie and brush it onto your eyebrows, we wanted to create a product expressly formulated for the eyelashes and eyebrows. One that worked – and worked exceptionally well.
Enter: The Power Fol Lash | Brow Multi-Correctional Growth Serum. A formulation that incorporates many of the core hair growth ingredients from Power Fol, but is (powerfully) augmented by innovative ingredients specifically formulated for the unique needs of the eyelashes and eyebrows.
As we age, we begin to lose the hairs on our head more rapidly, and the same is true for our eyelashes and eyebrows. The Power Fol Lash | Brow Serum uses the most advanced clean ingredient innovations to encourage the appearance of longer, fuller and healthier lashes and brows, while providing the immediate benefits of a lash and brow gel to naturally accentuate them.
So, what makes the Power Fol Lash | Brow Multi-Correctional Growth Serum so unique?
Patent-Pending Quadruple Peptide Complex
Most lash & brow serums are formulated with only one peptide. This formula contains four potent, clinically proven peptides to enhance length, density and strength.
Ingredients Added To Grow, Lengthen, and Add Fullness
Dual Ended Applicator For Ease of Use
Not only do we labor over every detail of our formulations, we also are meticulous when we think through the packaging. In our minds, the ease of application is nearly as important as the formulation itself which is why we thought extensively about what would make this product not only easy to use, but efficient and effective for both eyelashes and eyebrows.
We ultimately landed on a dual-ended applicator – a fine tip end that can be used to apply the serum along the skin at the base of the upper and lower eyelashes in order to stimulate new hair growth, and a brush end that can be used to coat through the lashes to add immediate fullness and combed through the eyebrows to shape and stimulate growth.
In a study of the benefits of the Power Fol Lash | Brow Multi-Correctional Growth Serum conducted by a third-party, after 8 weeks, 90.9% of the participants reported significant growth, and 85% felt their lashes looked better after applying mascara. As well, none of the participants experienced eye irritation. The Before and After photos from this study illustrate the FOL effect of this innovative growth serum. Note these photos represent only a sample of users, and results may not be typical.
Before & After 4 Weeks of Daily Use
The Power Fol Advanced Multi-Correctional Eyelash | Eyebrow Growth Serum – shop now!
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