RevitaLash are the cult British beauty brand founded by Athena Cosmetics Inc., who began offering their famous lash growth solution before expanding into eyebrow growth and hair growth products.
Of their hundreds of product reviews on their website and Amazon, they average a 4-to-5-star rating, with many customers swearing that their formula worked where no other products did.
The catch is that many people are priced out of their product range due to their hefty price tags.
RevitaLash® Advanced has an RRP of £52 ($69) for just 1ml, which they say is a 6-week supply. Considering that most customers report a minimum of three months to achieve the desired effect, using the product twice a day, you will need two of these to even get an accurate sense of the product’s full results.
Despite the cost, people are still buying the formula in droves, and report great results on the whole. The same goes for the RevitaBrow® Advanced, but not so much for the very costly Hair Advanced by RevitaLash®.
RevitaBrow® Advanced is as equally celebrated as its lash counterpart. Costing £58 ($77) for 1.5ml in its smallest form, the eyebrow conditioner shows great promise in solving your sparse eyebrow woes. Many customers report that it is well worth the money and progress photos from real customers show amazing brow regrowth, thickening and darkening.
One reviewer on the RevitaLash website even reported great results when used on his beard’s bald patches.
We’d recommend going for the 4-month supply 3ml product – though this costs an eye-watering £99 ($132).
Hair Advanced by RevitaLash® is a somewhat confusing product, that sounds as if it is sold as a conditioner. The website says nothing about it promoting hair growth, and only claims to ‘address the appearance of fine, sparse, thinning and fragile-looking hair’.
However – customer reviews report it not working as a conditioner, as it doesn’t leave your hair silky and smooth as you’d expect. It seems to be more of a thickening treatment, and the customer reports on this front are 50/50.
The RRP is £161 ($214) for an estimated 3-month supply bottle – a price tag very out of reach of the average customer. If you have the cash to spare, have a go and try it out – but compared to their lash and brow wonder-serums, this seems to be RevitaLash’s least effective product.
The company also offer their own branded tweezers, eyebrow tint, mascara, eyeliner, and lash primer; so you could stock up on all your lash and brow products in one go (if you had the cash to spare). The mascara is particularly good, as it contains conditioning ingredients and a lengthening brush to promote lash growth over time.
To conclude, it appears that RevitaLash and RevitaBrow Advanced conditioners are well worth trying out. For the majority of people, they show great results in thickening, darkening and lengthening stubborn lashes and sparse brows. It’s only the Hair Advanced conditioner that people are sceptical of, and many people will be very reluctant to pay the premium prices across the range.