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Old 03-25-2010, 06:53 PM   #1
 
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My colleagues have been using products from a company called Lashfood and are getting good obvious results. One is using it as an alternative to Latisse and I can see the difference. Good stuff!!!

I am not going to put a link to their site, as I do not want to advertise. The website can be found in any search engine.

I am not affiliated with this company in any way.

I just wanted to spread some positive information.


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This sounds very interesting! Which one are they using, the nano-peptide conditioner or the original conditioner?

I'm confused as to whether these products make the lashes appear longer and thicker while you are wearing it, or if they actually cause the eyelashes to grow longer and thicker

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Their eyelashes are actually growing from both the nanopepetide and the original conditioners.

If I needed it, which I do not, this is a product I personally would use!

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Well it looks like the price is comparable to Latisse (both around $100 to $125) but I guess Lash Food probably lasts much longer since it's a tube of mascara, right?

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One colleague who used Latisse first then Lashfood, said Lashfood lasted only a little bit longer than Latisse.

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So the price points are similar but one is a prescription the will turn your eyes brown and one can be bought without going to the doctors? Hmm that's a toughy

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