Mommy Greenest Approved: Lash Food Natural Lash Enhancer

lash enhancer product in white tube next to white box against white background.Most lash enhancers are prescription medications that can have side effects. But Lash Food is on over-the-counter lash enhancer that’s proven to make your lashes longer, thicker and stronger—and it’s vegan, cruelty-free and certified natural by EcoCert! Want to try? I did, and loved it so much I’m giving two tubes away!

Lash Food is a proven lash enhancer that makes your lashes longer, thicker and stronger—and it’s vegan, cruelty-free and certified natural by EcoCert!

Blending rice and soy protein plus a proprietary blend of natural herbal extracts, Lash Food eyelash enhancer delivered an improvement in length and density to 100% of testers, and fullness to 85%—without any pesky side effects or toxic chemicals in the mix. Although I was not in that official test group, I definitely noticed longer lashes after just a few weeks of using it.

EcoCert is similar to USDA Certified Organic, but its based in Europe and conducts inspections in more than 80 countries, making it one of the largest organic certification organizations in the world. It was one of the first to develop standards for natural and organic ingredients.

EcoCert certifies Lash Food lash enhancer and their accompanying Brow Food, which can help you grow those overplucked babies back to their natural fullness. These products include at least 50% plant-based ingredients—no GMOs, parabens, phenoxyethanol, nanoparticles, silicon, PEG, synthetic perfumes and dyes—and a minimum of 5% of the formula comes from certified organic farming.

Want to try? Check out Lash Food online or at Sephora, and this month TWO Mommy Greenest readers will each score a $80 tube of Lash Food natural lash enhancer. Feeling lucky? Enter below! a Rafflecopter giveaway

This post was sponsored by Lash Food and meets the standards I’ve established to endorse a brand as “Mommy Greenest Approved.” Click here for more about Editorial Standards.

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  1. Dorinne says:

    Hi, but what is the active ingredient in it? Is it as effective as Realash? I’m wondering which one to buy.

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