Fusion Beauty • Stimulash • Treatments (Eye)
|Would buy this product again.||50%|
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Curly, Fine Eyes: Green
When I used this product my lashes were so long my mother thought I bought falsies. However it did nothing for thickening and the area where I applied it on my eyelids became dark-ish. Also when you stop using it you lashes return to normal. I put no for repurchasing because I want to try an eyelash treatment that does the same thing except cheaper at shoppers drugmart (I forgot the brand name). If I don't see the same results I'll try the Talika version which is also cheaper and if that still isn't as satisfying I'll go back to StimuLash
Age: 56 & Over Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Red Eyes: Hazel
I learned about this from my daughter. She lives far away and I hadn't seen her in a few months. Her eyelashes were always average length and fullness and now they were incredibly long and lush! When I commented on it she said it was because she started using this product. I'm in my late fifties - ordered it from Sephora and after about four weeks (DD had warned me it takes several weeks) I noticed my eyelashes were hitting my sunglass lenses! They are normally short. I stopped using it for a few weeks to see if it lasted and my lashes returned to their previous state in a surprisingly brief period. Needless to say I have resumed using it and my lashes became long and fuller again. This sounds like hocus pocus but this stuff works. The product is expensive for sure but the tube has lasted over 6 months so far. This is because you apply it very sparingly to the base of your lashes only. The applicator is a tiny brush. The tube is opaque so there's no way to tell how much is left. I have one reservation about the product. Sephora stopped carrying it which raises the question of why - was it purely financial or do they have concerns about its safety? I suppose I could email customer service...
Age: 56 & Over Skin: Very Dry, Fair, Warm Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Hazel
I got noticeable lengthening results on my thinning, fine, short lashes within 2 weeks. Used nightly fairly consistently. Also got brow growth. I stopped using after about two months because they were long enough and at that point I needed a fuller look to go with the length. Continued using on brows which are filling in fairly nicely. A little burning with first use only. Some redness around lash base, which I take as a side effect from stimulating the follicles. The slight redness goes away in a day or two after not using.
After I stopped using product on my lashes, they continued to fill in and get a bit darker. I think this is a good product, safe, and with better ingredients than most lash enhancers. I may purchase something else to see if I can get a fuller look - maybe Maxolash. On me, StimuLash worked best for length with no discomfort. My lashes actually look pretty awesome with Lancome Hypnose Drama, which gives a lot of volume and softness.
Product info from www.totalbeautyanswers.com/stimulashfusion-info.html
Bio-Peptides and Amino Acids: Help to repair and strengthen fragile eyelashes and eyebrows.
-Sodium Hyaluronate: Promotes hydration and helps eyelashes and eyebrows appear shiny and strong.
-Methylamido Dihydro Noralfoprostal: Promotes healthy lash follicles for full growth potential.
-Panthenol: Helps eyelashes and eyebrows last longer by making them more flexible.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
This product is great except it only makes your lashes longer, not so much fuller. The only down fall of this product is that i find that if i stop using it my lashes start to fall off.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone, Olive, Warm Hair: Brunette, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
This stuff works! After a couple months my lashes look like falsies with mascara. I had lost a bottle and my lashes began to fall out and were short and thin again! My boyfrien even noticed. I bought another and in a week my lashes are about 80 percent to where they were. Irritationn does persists and visine will be a most in begging of treatment. But if you keep at it the irritaion and redness will subside and you lashes will be fuller, longer and stronger! Just beautiful
Age: 44-55 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
Stimulash is a product by Fusion Beauty, sold at Sephora's, and advertised quietly. It costs around 89.00. It is about 30.00 cheaper than PTR, and Latisse.
It works by conditioning lashes. I did notice a bit difference in length (cause they were being treated and were healthy). There isn't any protaglandin, as far as I know, in the product to help with lash growth or regrowth. The packaging contains no instructions, I had to go to Sephora's website for this. The only thing that stimulates, or adds lash growth is bimatoprost ophthalmic solution, which is in Latisse.
When I used it for 6 weeks, I happened to notice undramatic results, that pleased me. I used it for a few months. Possibly contributed to iris discoloration, but mine are dark brown, and my allergies are also a factor.
Very easy to apply, and I used the little brush, after I sanitized it, for Latisse for a bit, until I bought a better brush. Instructions are null and void. Careprost is cheaper, by far, and Latisse actually costs more, but works. Stimulash, you are paying for lash conditioner, and possibly prostaglandins, but they aren't listed in the ingredients. I'd pass on this, and get Careprost or Latisse. Hopefully Fusion Beauty will add some instructions to it's packaging.