Larenim Mineral

LARÉNIM® Lash Dance® Intensive Lash Serum

3.33 / 5
3.33 / 5 star rating
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2.00 / 5 star rating
2 / 5
May be it works a little, but it stoped disposing product again. So not sure if I am doing something wrong or not. I’ve used this for 3 weeks to 4 weeks and not sure that this is actually doing anything.
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5 / 5
Very impressed with this product. The applicator is a brush with a twist knob- that is connected to an internal crank- that dispenses a drop of the formula into the bristles so you can apply to the desired treatment area. I like how well thought out the application brush- crank and seal were thought out. It is made as to NOT waste the product. As for results- I have not been using long enough to tell but will be back to update those results! I do think they've made a very nice product with GREAT packaging. All 5 stars so far.
3.00 / 5 star rating
3 / 5
I think I got this in a FFF box a long time ago, and it’s the first lash serum I’ve ever used. I had never even heard of this brand before, but I was more than ready to try it out because my eyelashes were literally falling out constantly from stress and (probably) lack of food. I threw the box away so I can’t remember any other ingredients besides peptides and pumpkin, but it’s definitely vegan and cruelty-free which is CRAZY to me because this stuff BURNS like a mother f! You have to be sooo careful not to get any into your eye, which is difficult when you’re painting it into your lash line. It’s also difficult to control how much comes out. Sometimes there will be a ton of serum from just one click, and other times I’ve had to click it like 30 times to get a tiny amount. However, since I started using it, my eyelashes have started growing back and stopped breaking off as often as before. So I do recommend this if you don’t want to pay for other more expensive lash serums, but beware bc it’s annoying to get those results some days!


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