It has been almost a year since I last tried an eyelash growth serum and having previously reviewed one from Plume Science I was keen to continue my experimentation with growing my lashes. Local beauty destination Cult Cosmetica offered for me to try the LashFood Phyto-Medic Eyelash Enhancer so I thought it was the perfect opportunity to test this much talked about product. I was really excited to see the results and share with you how it compares with Plume Science.
But first, I know why you’re all here, you want to see before and after photos, right? I’ll get straight into it and then we can talk about my experience with the product.
As you can see, there doesn’t appear to be a huge difference between the before and after shots. This experiment made me realise that I am probably not the best person to be testing eyelash growth serums because my eyelashes are pretty good as they are. Having said that, I did pick up on some improvements that perhaps the camera was not able to. I noticed that the LashFood Phyto-Medic Eyelash Enhancer improved the length and density of my lashes and whilst the results were not as dramatic as they were with the Plume Science serum, there were changes nonetheless and they were noticeable to me. My eyelashes didn’t fall out as much as they usually do so I think the serum helped to strengthen them as well.
Morning and night I would apply it to my top lash line and then blink a couple of times to distribute the product to the lower lashes as well. The applicator is great, it’s very similar to the Plume Science one but a little bit shorter and easier to work with. I found it easy to incorporate into my skincare routine and I just made a habit of applying it after my eye cream. As to which serum I would recommend, I think they’re both great and you will see results with either as long as you are consistent.
LashFood Phyto-Medic Eyelash Enhancer is certified by one of the largest organic certification bodies in the world, EcoCert. Their ingredients are safe and drug free, so you will not find prostaglandin, a controversial ingredient in the Lilash product which is now banned in Australia. I have pretty sensitive eyes and I have not had any irritation with this product so it’s a thumbs up from me. LashFood also have other products in their range including a brow enhancer and makeup products such as mascara, conditioning eyeliner and primer. I might try the brow enhancer next because I could definitely use some help in that department.
A big thank you to Cult Cosmetica for gifting me this product to test out. If you are located in Perth, you must check out their store which is located at 828A Beaufort Street in Inglewood. Please let me know if you have tried any lash or brow enhancers that have worked for you. Let me know in the comments below or email me and connect with me on Instagram and Facebook. To listen to the latest Fluke podcast, please visit iTunes.
Next week: A review of my first May Lindstrom product