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ReLuma Lash - reader reviewed

Our Rating: 5 stars


Thickening and darkening of lashes and brows


Using too much can cause stinging
July 21, 2011 Reviewed by TIA Community Member 6 Comments
Provides new growth without iris-darkening side effects

Reviewed by Connie

I was delighted to be selected to try ReLuma Lash ($95). Just as Marta had experienced, it didn't seem to do much the first 2-3 weeks, but soon I began to notice thickening lashes and brows. The growth was dark as well. Nice!

ReLuma is a clear liquid that is applied just like eyeliner to the top lid. I then used just a small amount on my brows. Actually, I was sparing on how much I used on my lids too. If I got too enthusiastic and used too much, it would get in my eyes and sting. When used lightly, as directed, it didn't bother my eyes at all. I was very good those first 4-5 weeks using it twice each day as directed. I then started to slack a bit and used it once each day and maintained the new growth.

I have not regained full lashes and brows, but there is noticeable improvement. I don't feel embarrassed by them like I used to. I'm even thinking of getting my brows shaped! There was not enough hair to bother with that before. I plan to stick with ReLuma, and try to go back to twice a day use. I think I should do that for a while longer to attain more fullness. Based on what I've heard, Latisse is quite dramatic, more so than ReLuma, but I don't want to put stuff on my eyes that comes with warnings and side effects!! I have blue eyes and do not want irreversible brown specks to appear.

I have enjoyed trying this product very much. I recommend it to our TIA community.

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  • June 18, 2012

    by Marta

    Hello Beth, I haven't experienced this myself and am not aware of any comments left by readers who have had a similar experience. The products that you are now using all have different actives so it is hard to know which one of them might be the culprit without going through a process of elimination.

  • June 18, 2012

    by Beth Reed

    Marta, can you tell me if any of your readers have experienced any dizziness or double vision using the prostaglandin-free lash growth products? I used a lash grower that had a prostaglandin over ago and experienced dizziness and doubl vision. I immediately discontinued this lash grower and switched to Reluma and Hydropeptide lash once a day or alternating with the folligen cream. I have noticed that these supposedly natural lash growers did help improve my lashes. However, the dizziness and double vision returned like when I used th prostaglanding lash grower. I'm very disappointed because I had hoped these natural lash growers wouldn't have any side effects. Can you comment on this?

  • May 9, 2012

    by Marta

    Hi Janet, you can use ReLuma Lash on your brows too (I have with success). If you want to try an alternative to ReLuma, then you could look at Hydropeptide Lash: <a href="" rel="nofollow"></a> Both the ReLuma and Hydropeptide have given me good results for lashes.

  • May 8, 2012

    by Janet Squire

    I've been using the ReLuma Lash for about 3-4 weeks now, blasted I can't find when I ordered it in order to track my progress. Anyway, my lashes had dramatically faded in color and seemed to become shorter almost overnight (I would guess over a 3 month time frame). At 50 I'm sure it has to do with hormonal changes, however I wanted to try to regain some of what I was losing. I'm very happy to report that in this timeframe my lashes have gotten darker and ever so slightly longer...I think they are also filling in a bit. Additionally, I've used Folligen on my brows for some time but was never religious about it. So at the same time I began using ReLuma Lash I also started back with the Folligen on my eyebrows nightly. Again very happy to report that my brows are filling in very nicely. At this point though I'm not sure how long the container of ReLuma Lash lasts and if I should buy another or try a different brand reviewed here at TIA. Any suggestions from the community?

  • August 15, 2011

    by Justd

    I'm curious if a combination with Hydropeptide and ReLuma will beget any dramatic effects. I have used both and HDP works for length better than I've experienced with ReLuma, but RL seems to work better at fullness and color. It's a bit disconcerting that something harmful to one gives exactly the drmatic effects being sought on a greater level than something more health oriented, but that is the way of the world. The cure being equally detrimental as the illness. 

  • July 23, 2011

    by Beth

    Would Marta or anyone like to weigh in on using Reluma in combination with the Folligen cream? I tried a prostaglandin for awhile - big mistake! It messed with my vision and gave me headaches and I think the dizziness I've been experiencing is related to using that prostaglandin. I'm wondering now if it is safe to put anything so near the eye - even products w/o prostaglandin. A lot of these other "natural" products have preservatives, parabens etc. Has anybody used Rogaine for the eyebrow area? Any comments to this would be welcome

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