Prevage Clinical Lash & Brow Enhancing Serum by Elizabeth Arden

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I’m not exactly what you’d call a fashionista or make up expert. I like make up and I know the basic drill: powder, blush, eyeshadow, liner and mascara, a bit of lipstick or lip gloss…but anything aside from that and I am lost.

Nightly 3-step beauty treatments? Huh?

Nightly anti-aging treatments and exfoliating scrubs? Say what?

See what I mean? If I am going to improve my beauty routine, it has to be in a way that isn’t complicated or hard to remember.

So, for the last two weeks, I’ve been trying out the new Prevage Clinical Lash & Brow Enhancing Serum from Elizabeth Arden. It’s a simple treatment that has been clinically proven to help improve the length, thickness and fullness of lashes after two weeks of use! It is also said to provide a 40% improvement in the appearance, length and density of lashes in four weeks. I am psyched about this because my lashes have always been pretty short and I’ve always felt the need to wear mascara.

The way Prevage Clinical Lash & Brow Enhancing Serum works is that is has an exclusive Triple Peptide Complex and a blend of Provitamin B-5 and antioxidants.

  • Triple Peptide Complex lengthens and strengthens lashes
  • Retinyl Palmitate (Pro-Vitamin A), Tocopheryl Acetate (Vitamin E) and Ascorbyl Palmitate (Vitamin C) – protects hair fibers from external aggressors
  • Panthenol conditions lashes and enhances keratin nutrients

The Prevage Clinical Lash & Brow Enhancing Serum from Elizabeth Arden is super easy to use, which made it easy for me to actually keep up with it, unlike some more complicated beauty treatments that I’ve tried in the past.

How to use Prevage Clinical Lash & Brow Enhancing Serum

After cleaning your face at night, apply the serum to the base of your upper and lower lashes, from the inner corner of your eye to the outer corner. For your eyebrows, just sweep over the entire eyebrow.

I skipped the eyebrow application because those caterpillars don’t need any help! I pay good money to have them waxed and shaped, I don’t want to make my stylist’s job any harder.

It’s been two weeks. Guess what?

Prevage Clinical Lash & Brow Enhancing Serum from Elizabeth Arden works.

Don’t make fun of my yellow and green bathroom tile, they’re “retro.” By retro, I mean that they are original to the house and we are saving up to remodel the bathroom, so don’t judge.

– But back to my eyelashes. There is a noticeable difference, and it’s only been two weeks. I am excited to see how much of a difference there is after I finish the entire 4 week recommended time frame! After you’ve achieved the results you want, Elizabeth Arden recommends continuing to use the serum 3 to 4 times a week to maintain your results.

Prevage Clinical Lash & Brow Enhancing Serum from Elizabeth Arden will be sold in stores and on ElizabethArden.com starting in October and has a suggested retail price of $98. If your lashes are short and stubby like mine, it’s totally worth it!

 

This is a sponsored post on behalf of the #PrevageLashes campaign with SheSpeaks/Elizabeth Arden, but all opinions are my own!

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