About Lash Serum & Brow Serum Plus

According to the manufacturer, the nutrients and all-natural plant seed oils found in Lash Serum and Brow Serum Plus can help “nourish your lashes from root to tip” and deliver longer, stronger, rejuvenated results. How does it work?

We’re told that Lash Serum and Brow Serum Plus’ herbs and oils can help dissolve and prevent wax buildup at the base of the follicle. Then, this allows nutrients to naturally flow into the hair, thereby improving thickness and strength.

The company also tells us these ingredients can help reduce inflammation, while moisturizing the hair shaft, in less than five minutes:

  • Step 1: Remove your eye makeup.
  • Step 2: Apply Lash Serum to the base of the hair at the upper and lower eyelid.
  • Step 3: The company recommends that you continue applying the serum at least once per day for a minimum of 8 weeks.

The eyes can tell you a lot about a person, and you certainly want to make the best possible first impression with everyone you meet.

But can you really expect to achieve any of the results claimed by Lash Serum and Brow Serum Plus’ manufacturer?

In this review, we’ll spend our time helping you answer this very important question.

To kick things off, let’s talk about hair basics.

How Do Your Eyelashes & Eyebrows Grow?

In a nutshell, your hair is essentially a bundle of protein cells anchored in a follicle, which is fed nutrients through blood vessels in your scalp. As your hair grows, an oil gland near the follicle helps keep it moisturized, conditioned, and in tip-top shape.

Now, although most of the hair of your body is made up of the same stuff, they don’t all have the same life cycle. In fact, other than your head hair, which has a growth cycle of 3-5 years, every hair on your body only sticks around for about a month. This is why you can’t grow body hair (including eyebrows and eyelashes) as long as scalp or facial hair.

In some instances though, even this short-term growth can be impacted by a buildup of oily wax secreted in the hair follicle, leading to stunted growth and a less-than-optimal appearance. While most of this wax can be washed away when bathing, is there anything contained in Lash Serum and Brow Serum Plus that can boost the process?

What’s the Difference Between Lash Serum & Brow Serum Plus?

Since there’s little difference in composition between eyebrows and eyelashes (they’re made up of protein, just like every other hair on your body), you might imagine that Lash Serum would work just as well on eyebrows and Brow Serum Plus on eyelashes. In fact, on one of Lash Serum’s site templates, they specifically mention that it “also works on your brows.”

Despite this, we’re told that the two products feature distinct formulations (although as you’ll see in a second, there are only 3 different ingredients between them):

Lash Serum Ingredients

  1. Ethylhexyl Palmitate 5% - skin smoothing
  2. Helianthus Annus (Sunflower) Seed Oil 10%,
  3. Limnanthes Alba (Meadowfoam) Seed Oil 15%,
  4. Linoleic Fatty Acid 12%,
  5. Linolenic Unsaturated Fatty Acid 10%,
  6. Tocopherol 10%,
  7. Oryza Oil 5%,
  8. Equisetum Giganteum Extract 15%,
  9. Althaea Officinalis Root Extract 10%,
  10. BHT 8%

Linoleic fatty acid is a type of omega-6 fatty acid, while linolenic acid is a form of omega-3 fatty acid. While there is some clinical evidence indicating that too little of these fatty acids in your diet can lead to poor hair growth (all over the body; not specifically related to hair), we didn’t uncover any evidence during our research indicating that applying them—or any of Lash Serum’s other ingredients—topically will deliver any meaningful benefits.

Now, this isn’t to say that none of these ingredients will deliver benefits. For example, tocopherol is in the vitamin E family, so it’s essential for human health. Also, BHT (butylated hydroxytoluene) may have some antioxidant properties.

Brow Serum Plus Ingredients

While Lash Serum’s various websites like to promote the fact that you’ll receive a free bottle of Brown Serum Plus with your order (more about this in a moment), they don’t provide an actual description of the product anywhere. In fact, along with Lash Serum, we only obtained its ingredients by reading through the company’s Terms:

  1. Marshmallow Root Oil 8%,
  2. Rice Bran Oil 5%,
  3. Linolenic Unsaturated Fatty Acid 10%,
  4. Tocopherol 10%,
  5. Equisetum Giganteum Extract 15%,
  6. Althaea Officinalis Root Extract 10%,
  7. BHT 8%,
  8. Ethylhexyl Palmitate 5%,
  9. Helianthus Annus (Sunflower) Seed Oil 10%,
  10. Limnanthes Alba (Meadowfoam) Seed Oil 15%,
  11. Linoleic Fatty Acid 12%

As you can see, the only difference between the two formulations is that Lash Serum contains oryza oil, while Brow Serum Plus adds Marshmallow root oil and rice brain oil. Unfortunately, there’s also a general lack of clinical evidence indicating any of these ingredients will deliver on the manufacturer’s promises.

Nonetheless, how much will you pay for them?

How Much Does Lash Serum & Brow Serum Plus Cost?

The only way to order Lash Serum is by paying $7.95 to cover S&H, which will begin your 14-day trial. The company will send you a full size bottle, along with a free bottle of Brow Serum Plus.

Then what happens? 14 days after placing your order (not after receiving you’re your order), you’ll be billed the full price of $149.95. In addition, you’ll be enrolled in the company’s autoship program, whereby you’ll continue receiving a new bottle of Lash Serum once per month and charged $89.95 each time.

Outside of the trial, all Lash Serum sales are final and no refunds are available. In order to cancel your trial or autoship enrollment though, customer service can be reached at 844-824-4384.

Given these steep (in our opinion) prices, are customers pleased with the value they’re getting from Lash Serum and Brow Serum Plus?

Are There Any Reviews for Lash Serum or Brow Serum Plus?

Other than the standard affiliate reviews that come with many online-only beauty products, we didn’t encounter any legitimate customer feedback for Lash Serum or Brow Serum Plus at the time of our research.

However, we’ve reviewed many other eyelash/eyebrow supplements and serums over the years, including popular options like LashRenew, RejuvaLash, City Lash, and many others. And in general, they tend to come with ultra-low (typically 1.5 stars or lower) customer reviews, with common complaints referencing high prices, no meaningful results, as well as difficulty canceling trials, processing refunds, or stopping recurring shipments.

Now, we’re fully willing to admit that Lash Serum and Brow Serum Plus might be an exception to the rule. However, given the fact that the company makes many of the same claims, utilizes very similar website templates, and only offers their product through a free trial, we’d say it’s worth noting.

Speaking of the company, Lash Serum and Brow Serum Plus are manufactured by Gen X Products, LLC based out of Tampa, FL, who also manufactures the LashRenew supplement mentioned above, as well as other products like Le Derm, Lash Luster, and GenXLashes. In fact, we found that—except for the name of the product—the company was using identical website templates for Lash Serum and LashRenew at the time of our research.

What does all of this mean for you as a consumer?

Will Lash Serum & Brow Serum Plus Give You Red Carpet-Ready Results?

Here’s the bottom line about Lash Serum and Brow Serum Plus: They feature nearly identical formulations, neither of which contain ingredients that have been shown to reliably improve the condition, appearance, or growth rate of your eyelashes or eyebrows.

What’s more, even if they were shown to deliver on the manufacturer’s claims, your eyebrows and eyelashes only grow for about a month before falling out. So, at most, you’ll only get a month’s worth of growth before having to start the process all over again.

To add to these concerns, at $149.95, the Lash Serum/Brow Serum Plus combination is the most expensive hair-specific supplement we’ve reviewed to date. In fact, it’s one of the most expensive nutritional supplements we’ve ever reviewed, period. It also comes from a company who manufactures products that many other HighYa readers are calling scams.

Admittedly, we didn’t test either of these serums ourselves, so we can’t provide firsthand feedback. But taking all of this together, if you’re having difficulty with your hair, we think your money would be better spent making an appointment with your doctor (or even your beautician) than placing an order for Lash Serum and Brow Serum Plus.

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3 Customer Reviews for Lash Serum & Brow Serum Plus

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  • What a scam

    I ordered a trial, the product made my eyes swell up and break out, they were itchy and red. I called the company after and asked to return the product. They would not take it back. They charged me 149.95 for the product. I don't feel it is fair for me to pay for a product I can't use.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 2 out 2 people found this review helpful

    It's a scam

    • Wisconsin,
    • Oct 30, 2016

    I returned the product before the date they told me, they received it within three 3 days and I was charged $149.95. I have been contacting them for over a month now and they still haven't refunded my money. Instead, they just keep saying they will escalate my concern and the corporate office will contact me within 24-48 hours and until this day nothing!

    It's very unprofessional and I hope they will just refund money ASAP.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 9 out 9 people found this review helpful

    It's a scam.

    First of all, they only give you 14 days to try. They took 4 days to processed my order, took another 4 days to received my item, so that leaves me with 6 days to try it. It came with no instructions on how to use this Brow Serum Plus. On the 14th day, I called and canceled my "subscription". I was asked if I tried it and how I used it. I answered the rep, and he told me I was using it wrong. He wanted to extend my trial by another 7 days, I declined, saying I don't want the product. He wanted to charge me $39.95 for the trial sample. I declined, saying I didn't want the product.

    He gave me an RA# to return the product and told me that if they didn't receive my item back within 7 days, I will be charged $149.95. Sent item back same day it was canceled. It was delivered on 9/19/16. On 9/24/16, my card was charged the amount of $149.95. I called and demanded a refund, was told they didn't receive their product back within 7 days and that they have no record of my returned item and that's why I was charged.

    They wanted my tracking number, to make sure I wasn't lying about returning it. Gave them all the necessary information they needed. Was told I didn't cancel within the 14-day trial and that they cannot issue me a refund because corporate handles that. They will, however, write up a ticket to their "corporate" who will issue a refund within 5-7 business days. I asked for the corporate phone number and information, was told they don't have a direct line, they communicate by writing messages back and forth.

    DO NOT TRY!

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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