RejuvoLASH is a new eyelash growth serum that’s clinically proven to give anyone longer, fuller, darker, “supermodel” eyelashes in just 21 days.
Formulated by elite beauticians, RejuvoLASH does this by nourishing eyelash follicles and naturally boosting their growth. All you have to do is apply the serum for a few seconds each day, which is why RejuvoLASH was voted the #1 eyelash growth product in the US.
We’ll cut right to the chase and tell you that there are a whole lot of red flags when it comes to RejuvoLASH, which we’ll cover here.
To begin, let’s find out what your eyelashes are and how they grow.
What Are Eyelashes? How Do They Grow?
Eyelashes are basically thick hairs that grow in 3-4 rows on the edge of your eyelids, and work to prevent debris from making its way to your eyes. These hairs are “made up of about 10 percent of water and 90 percent proteins, such as keratins, and melanins, the substances that give hair its color.”
Like all of the other hair on the rest of your body, eyelashes receive nutrients through their follicles, which keep them healthy throughout their three distinct growth cycles:
- Anagen – This is the phase where your hair grows at a rate of about ¼” per month. Depending on your genetics, this phase can last anywhere from 3-7 years.
- Catagen – This is known as the “resting” phase, where the follicle stops producing hair for 2-4 weeks.
- Telogen – During this 3-4-month phase, your new eyelash will begin appearing, at which point it might push out the previous one, which is why it’s often known as the “shedding” phase.
With all of this in mind, is there anything contained in RejuvoLASH that will lengthen your lash’s anagen phase, or otherwise boost their growth?
RejuvoLASH: An Unknown Product from an Unknown Company
The short answer? There’s no way to know. Why? Because RejuvoLASH’s manufacturer doesn’t feel it’s important to list a single ingredient contained in their product.
Speaking of the company, we’re not given any information about them either, other than that they might be based in Europe (more about this next). However, if you’ve been exploring other lash growth serums, you probably ran across a website for RejuvaLASH. And except for one letter in the name, it appears to be the exact same product as RejuvoLASH—even their websites are identical.
Although there was only one HighYa reader complaint for RejuvaLASH at the time of our research (which referenced unauthorized charges), our in-depth review found that hundreds of other customers have complained about:
- Failure to work
- Ultra-high charges (much more than the advertised price)
- Poor customer service, primarily difficulty obtaining refunds
Our reviewer actually tried RejuvaLASH herself, only to find that it didn’t work. What it did do though is cause her to experience irritated and puffy eyelids.
The good news (or bad, depending on your perspective) is that nearly all of the eyelash growth serums we’ve reviewed come with much of the same feedback, including LashRenew, Idol Lash, and City Lash.
Considering all of this, how much do you think you’ll pay for RejuvoLASH?
RejuvoLASH’s Sketchy Pricing & Refund Policies
Here’s how much it’ll cost you to purchase RejuvoLASH:
- 1-Month Supply: $69
- 3-Month Supply: $159
- 5-Month Supply: $165
Scrolling through the options on the RejuvoLASH website, it appears there’s also an option to receive 2 vials, just pay $8 S&H. Presumably, this is a 14-day trial that begins on your purchase date. Then, you’ll be charged full price and enrolled in some kind of autoship program.
But here’s the catch: We’re told nothing about what will happen if you choose this option, whether on the RejuvoLASH website itself, or in the Terms & Conditions. In fact, there’s not even a total displayed on the ordering page!
But wait, there’s more! RejuvoLASH claims to come with a 30-day refund policy, although this only applies to defective or damaged product. But the company doesn’t provide any contact information (whether a phone number or an email address), so we’re not sure hoe you’d even go about requesting one.
And even if you did receive a defective or damaged product, you’d have to ship it all the way to the Netherlands! Needless to say, this probably involves some hefty S&H fees.
Alright, so far we’ve covered how your eyelashes grow, how RejuvaLASH claims to work, as well as all of the confusion surrounding its pricing. Now, let’s bring it all together in one place.
Breaking it Down for RejuvoLASH
Based on the fact that RejuvoLASH and RejuvaLASH have the exact same websites, claims, and pricing structures, it’s our opinion that they’re the same product. And based on the hundreds of negative customer reviews for RejuvaLASH, we think you’ll experience much of the same with RejuvoLASH.
But why do companies do this? In our article about anti-aging products that use the same site templates, we provided an in-depth look this disturbing trend. Basically, once too much negative feedback has amassed for a product, the company will shut down the site, buy a new URL, and use the exact same template (only the product name is changed).
This way, these less-than-stellar companies can keep scamming consumers by constantly staying on the move. Perhaps beauty products like RejuvoLASH are beginning to do the same.
Whatever they’re reasoning though, we’re interested in helping you shop smarter, so we’d recommend avoiding RejuvoLASH altogether.
Instead, try focusing on making your eyelashes healthier, which will make them more noticeable to others. After all, only your genetics can determine how fast your hair grows.