1611 customer reviews
4.0 out of 5 stars
VegaLash is all about being vegan. While Revitalash is too, VegaLash is centered around providing vegan products, and we really like that. This one is all over Instagram so we were eager to see what all the fuss was.
A look at the ingredients revealed it contains Acetyl Tetrapeptide-3, a proven agent for lash growth. Other ingredients include Red Clover and Mung Bean, and while these are healthy ingredients, they have not been shown to have any lash growth powers. The fragrance of this wasn’t bothersome, but what we didn’t like was the promise that we’d see lash growth in 15 days.
Lashes take time to grow even with proper nourishment. Telling women they’ll see results in 15 days seems a bit false to us. And we were right. None of us saw a thing different in 15 days. After about 3 months, some of our testers reported a change in thickness of the lashes, while our other half of testers discontinued usage due to extreme irritation. Several testers complained their tubes had dried up despite proper storage.
While it does give some slight benefits to the lashes after 3 months of use, no one saw anything resembling results until about that long. What bugged most testers was that the price appears to be reasonable on the website, but if you look closely, it’s the auto-ship price. In order to get that low price it shows, you must agree to auto-ship. If you don’t, it’s a lot higher. We felt misled with VegaLash in many ways.