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Celebrities and TikTok users swear by this dermatologist-approved lash serum that sells every 30 seconds

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If you’re on the hunt for a lash serum that actually works, you’ve probably already heard of RevitaLash. Sure, you can just fake the appearance of fuller lashes by coating them in mascara or balling out on extensions. But why would you when tons of beauty lovers and celebs have discovered the wonder of the RevitaLash lash serum?

Most celeb-approved beauty products should be labeled “$$$$$$$!” but this is where you find out you don’t have to spend a paycheck on RevitaLash. Dermstore, the always clutch beauty e-retailer, is offering shoppers 20% off all RevitaLash products through July 24. Just use the code REVITALASH20 at checkout! We love you, Dermstore.

The popular lash serum is ideal if you’re looking to target thin and sparse eyelashes. The vegan, cruelty-free and hypoallergenic formula strengthens your eyelashes for thicker, healthier-looking lashes. It also can give your lashes a “natural curl.”

It’s also worth noting that the RevitaLash Advanced Eyelash Conditioner is ophthalmologist- and dermatologist-reviewed, which we love. The serum also went through clinical trials, so you know it’s been vetted.

The lash serum is available in a one-month supply for $44 (Orig. $55), three-month supply for $78.40 (Orig. $98) and six-month supply for $120 (Orig. $150) when you use the code REVITALASH20 at checkout.

RevitaLash Advanced Eyelash Conditioner, $44-$120 with Code REVITALASH20 (Orig. $55-$150)

Credit: Dermstore
Credit: Dermstore

$44 – $120 $55 – $150 at Dermstore

Before we talk about science, one Dermstore shopper said that the one-month supply lasts way longer than advertised. OK, now onto the magic cosmetic chemistry of it all!

The RevitaLash Advanced Eyelash Conditioner features a proprietary blend of scientifically advanced technology and natural botanicals. This blend is comprised of a BioPeptin complex, peptides and natural botanicals. The serum also defends eyelashes from daily aggressors to help protect them from breakage and brittleness.

The serum is super easy to use! Once daily, apply a thin line to a clean, dry eyelash above the level of the skin. One brush stroke is sufficient to cover the entire eyelash.

In RevitaLash’s clinical trials, 98% of users from a six-week independent study enjoyed healthier and longer lashes. The participating consumers also reported an overall improved lash appearance.

Credit: Revitalash
Credit: Revitalash

“I love this lash serum. I have had so many people ask me if I wear false lashes or what kind of mascara I use. It looks so natural,” wrote one five-star reviewer who purchased the six-month supply. “It goes on easily and I have never had a problem with a skin reaction. I now use it every 2-3 nights after the first year and have not had any regression.”

RevitaLash users have also claimed the serum can even work on those looking to regrow their eyelashes. “I lost hair due to illness but it did not regrow after I recovered,” described the user. “I started using Revitalash in July and saw improvement within a month.”

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