Top 5 Dermatologist-Approved Eyelash Growth Serums
How Eyelash Growth Serums Can Help Make Lashes Longer and Healthier (Without Surgery or Extensions!)
1. Lash Bond®
The most affordable deal of all ten products
Effective and fast results.
Cruelty free and suitable for vegans
Special Hair Bond ingredients that no other brand offers.
Only need to apply once a day
Highly rated, a lot of positive reviews.
Money back manufacturer’s guarantee
Out of stock frequently
The Bottom Line
Liaison has it all, a good value, safe ingredients, and (brace yourself) it works! We tried Liaison after we found the 50% off code SECRET50. We gave it a six-week trial and found our journalist Stephanie Marianne’s eyelashes to have a fuller, longer look. The ingredients are natural and don’t cause irritation or burning, and the instructions are straightforward and simple. It’s really the best of everything packed into one product. Effectiveness, safety, and value all rolled into one.
Our journalist and panelist of eyelash testers all experienced growth within the first three weeks, and full effectiveness by the 2 month mark. Their secret is their Hair Bond growth serum that’s loaded with peptides and nutrients that strengthen each hair follicle as it stimulates growth.
Liaison is our top choice!
Claims of strong effectiveness.
Uses ingredients many other products don’t use if you haven’t found success in the past.
Great for customers looking for healthier, thicker lashes.
On the more expensive side
While effective, longer lashes is not a clear result.
Will not get a lot of use out of one bottle.
The Bottom Line
NeuLASH is a slightly newer contender in the eyelash serum game. It’s on our list because of its positive reviews and claims of effectiveness. However, like many of these serums, they may be effective but the cost can sometimes slow us down when at the checkout. Of course, the real questions are, “can you afford it,” and “what are longer, more luscious eyelashes worth to you?” That’s are two answers that can be almost different for every customer.
NeuLASH Enhancing Serum is about $150 for a bottle. However, many also claim that NeuLASH Enhancing Serum can be used up faster than many of its contenders. We think that may be from how well the serum applies to your eyelashes. It’s a great consistency for a serum. That said, those who do use it do claim that it works. The main ingredient is sodium hyaluronate, which is a very strong ingredient for moisturizing, locking in hydrating, and helping build stronger, healthier lashes.
Soy proteins give you lashes a wonderful luster.
Many positive reviews.
The unspecified ingredients of their main ingredient make it hard to judge if it would work.
Lack of science behind product.
Still on the expensive side.
LASHFOOD by Phyto-Medic has received good reviews on the whole. LASHFOOD has both serums for eyelashes and eyeliners, which both use their Phyto-Medic Growth Bond. LASHFOOD claims the Growth Bond to be a, “Revolutionary herbal extracts clinically proven to prevent hair loss & trigger regrowth of lashes. But without seeing what actual ingredients are in their Growth Bond it’s hard to know if it actually works.
LASHFOOD is slightly more affordable in the list of more top-tier brands. But many reviews still claim that the result is not worth the price. That depends on what kind of results you’re looking for. Without knowing the true ingredients behind LASHFOOD’s Phyto-Medic Growth Bond, it’s hard to tell if this product is actually effective, or if it helps in other ways.
4. Lash Boost®
Almost guaranteed length after 3-4 months.
Liquid solution is easily applied.
Strong, effective ingredients.
Can cause irritation or discoloration.
Growth stops after usage.
Cost is on the higher side compared to other products.
The Bottom Line
Rodan and Fields is one of the main contenders for top eyelash growth serum. But while many people swear by its effectiveness, others warn of serious side effects. Is this product worth the risk? That may be up to you! The eyelash serum has received rave reviews from some, but it also was hit with a legal suit for forgetting to mention the side effects of one of its main ingredients isopropyl cloprostenate, a type of medicine meant to help with glaucoma. While it’s what can help your eyelashes grow, it can also result in change(s) in iris color, eyelid drooping, itchy eyes, eye/lid discoloration, thinning and loss of eyelashes/loss of eyelash hair, eye sensitivity, eye infections, and vision impairment… yikes!
For $150, Rodan and Fields is also one of the more expensive eyelash serums on the market. But trust us, for those who don’t experience the side effects (and that is the majority of people) it is a very effective serum. The active ingredients not only help grow the lashes but provide essential nutrients to keep them healthy and strong.
No fillers so more bang for your buck.
Less likely to cause damage or allergic reactions.
Only available on USA website but ships internationally.
Serum can leak out of bottle if not closed right.
The Bottom Line
You’ll find that NourishLash has some familiar ingredients like peptides and botanical extracts, but the active ingredient of biotin is what sets this serum apart. Biotin taken as a supplement has long been known to increase hair and nail growth but there is evidence that it can be applied externally such as, you guessed it, to eyelashes!
The brand’s website suggests that users see results starting at two weeks but based on our general experience with products like this, it will really take three or four weeks. We found that a lot of customers that liked NourishLash often use more natural beauty products where results are subtle but safe. Whether that’s castor oil, coconut oil for the DIY approach. If you’re focused on a healthy and safe option for significant lash growth, rather than just protection, we recommend Liaison Lash Bond, which uses multiple natural nutrients and peptides to help build amazingly long lashes.
This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease or health condition. The information provided herein should not be considered as a substitute for the advice of a medical doctor or other healthcare professional. As each individual is different, results may vary.