Talika Lipocils Eyelash Treatment Gel
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I always use this eyelash conditioner. I believe this conditioner protects my eyelashes especially when I use waterproof mascara. I know it is a bit costly, but other conditioners come on thick, therefore making the mascara clump..
Very little product in the tube. I think it dried out. However, customer service was great, they were quick to send me a return label. I'll purchase from LovelySkin again.
I've used Talika Lipocils on and off for years, only when I have an "issue" to correct. I note that it typically comes with a standard mascara-like brush applicator, not what is shown in the photo. I don't know if the applicator has changed (I'm still using my previous tube), but the box looks exactly the same as my prior boxes. A recent example of repair: about 3 months ago, I noticed that my eyelashes on one eye did not seem to be curling well with my curler. Looking more closely, I saw that a portion of my upper lashes on that eye were actually damaged--they were short stubs! I always have a box of Lipocils on hand, so I opened a box and started applying as directed on that eye only, twice a day, after cleansing. I made sure that I got some on the skin at the roots. I started noticing some improvement after about 3 weeks, and after about a month, the lashes were back to normal, with the stubby lashes grown in. I cut back to applying only at night, and eventually, the lashes on that eye became longer and fuller than the other eye that did not receive any applications. I stopped using it about a week ago, and the results have remained. It's worked so well that I'm considering starting a new tube and applying to both eyes, using disposable applicators to prevent contamination, with hopes that some lashes that are growing crooked on the other eye will grow fuller and more straight to match the now-improved eye.