This is a really important question. Of course you need to be aware and cautious about any product you use on your face, especially a product you use so close to the eye. But you don’t need to worry with us! Glow For It serum has been clinically tested and scientifically trialled.
We care about you, and want you to have your dream lashes, without any irritation. Therefore Glow For It is non harmful, vegan, cruelty free and it is filled with essential nutrients to condition the lashes! Giving you beautifully, healthy, strong lashes.
Aqua, hyaluronate, pentylene glycol, panax ginseng extract, swertia japonjca extract, pumpkin seed extract, acorns calamus root extract, panthenol, serenoa serrulata fruit extract, biotinoyl, tripeptide-1, myristoyl, pentapeptide-10, tocopherol, biotin
For more information regarding the specifics of each ingredient please see our Glow Goss Blog Post “Luscious, Long Lashes – What’s The Secret?”. In this Blog we divulge all our secrets as to how we have developed such a magical Serum that really does have proven results. P.S its not really magic, we use nature to help us…
We advise applying your Glow For It serum nightly. This allows the serum to develop and fully absorb into the lash root overnight while being completely undisturbed. Applying your serum once a day is definitely enough in order to still see fabuLASH results.
You may think… why don’t I just apply Glow For It twice a day for double the results? But I am afraid there is no scientific proof that this will increase your growth rate, plus you will run out of serum twice as fast! So we suggest sticking to a nightly routine, and the most important thing is consistency. In order
to see maximum results you really do need to be consistent with your application… so why not add Glow For It into your nighttime routine (just like you brush your teeth) and that way you’ll never forget!
Absolutely! Wearing mascara will not effect your lash growth as long as you are removing your makeup properly before bed! If you are fully removing all makeup residue from the eyes and consistently applying your Glow For It serum then you will see results in no time…
What most people don’t know is that they can be causing damage to the lashes, and ultimately lash loss, through their chosen makeup removal method. Rubbing your eyes with wipes or cotton pads is actually terrible for your lashes, and will cause lashes to fall out or break. Instead we advise our customers to gently press a makeup remover-soaked cotton pad to a closed eye, and let sit for at least 10-50 seconds before gently pulling away to loosen the makeup.
In order to continue seeing your GLOWING results we advice you continue using your Glow For It serum. Just like the hair on your head, if you stopped using
conditioner your hair would stop being so soft. So you really do need to keep using your Glow For It serum in order for your lashes to continue growing and glowing…
However once you feel you have reached your desired results we advice you go from using your serum nightly to perhaps 2/3 times a week, this will allow you to sustain your results.
But ultimately if you stop using Glow For It, your lashes will return to their pretreatment state.
Yes you can! One of the reasons we created Glow For It initially was to help lash extension users to regrow and recover their natural lashes. And the good news is you can use Glow For It while you have lash extensions too!
The weight and the glue from extensions can take its toll on natural lashes, causing breakage and lash loss. We advice our customers to use Glow For It to complement their lash extensions, as it strengthens your natural lashes so you can enjoy your extensions longer.
Nearly all lash extensions will use cyanoacrylate-based adhesives which can have a drying effect on your natural lashes, and can inhibit healthy growth. This is why many lash artists recommend using Glow For It with your extensions to restore moisture and keep your own lashes healthy. So, the simple answer is YES! However always check with your lash technician first to ensure that the serum is compatible with the adhesive they use.
Great Question! Glow For It has been clinically trialled and scientifically tested. However patch testing is recommended. Apply a small amount of the serum to a small area, such as a corner of your forehead, behind your ear or the side of your neck. There should be no other products on the skin so that you can properly test this product. Wait around 24 hours to see if you have any skin sensitivity.
No. Your lashes will not fall if you stop using our serum. Your lashes will however return to their pretreatment state. Our lashes work in a lash growth cycle, and this cycle regulates every 3 months. The cycle consists of three key stages: The Anagen (Growth Phase), The Catagen
(Transition Phase) and The Telogen (Resting Phase). Our product works by increasing the amount of time that your lashes spend in the growth and resting phases of the cycle. Lass loss or “transition phase” is of course an inevitable part of your cycle. If you stop using our serum, your lashes simply return to their usual cycle.
Yes we do! Check out our different shipping rates below:
United Kingdom Shipping Rates:
Standard Delivery - £1.99
Next Day Delivery - £2.99
Standard Delivery (Ireland) - £3.99
Worldwide Shipping Rates:
Europe - Tracked International Royal Mail Delivery - £8.99
North America (U.S.A + Canada) - Tracked International Royal Mail Delivery - £8.99
Australia - Tracked International Royal Mail Delivery - £9.99
Rest of the World - Tracked International Royal Mail Delivery - £9.99
Like most cosmetic products we do not test on pregnant women, women who are breastfeeding or children under the age of 16. If you are pregnant please seek advise from your doctor before using our product.
Great question; you do not want to be wasting your product, nor do you not want to be using it to the fullest. In our opinion one stroke per eye is plenty. You should take one single dip into our serum bottle, followed by one stroke along the lash line. Repeat this on both eyes,
ensuring the lash root is thoroughly coated and that the serum is given time to dry fully.
The darkening that you sometimes see caused by lash growth serums is usually due to a particular ingredient called "prostaglandin analogues" being present in the formula. This ingredient can cause darkening and discolouration around the eye. We are proud to say that our lash growth serum is vegan, cruelty free, and contains no prostaglandin analogues. We use lots of natural ingredients to stimulate lash growth, and our serum is packaged with essential vitamins and nutrients that condition and strengthen the hair, and therefore we have not experienced this side effect in any of our extensive testing.
I have provided below our Glow Girl Gossip page about our ingredients, so that you can check out what ingredients we use and why.
The quick answer is no. What is a prostaglandin analogue? It is a drug
that many other lash serum brands use in their formula. The issue with
prostaglandin analogues is that it can cause discolouration around the
eye, this is why we do not use it.
Results speed can differ. In our experience many customers begin to see results in weeks 4/6. But for a full transformation you need to be using our serum consistently for a minimum of 12 weeks.
In our experience one bottle of our 3ml serum will last you anywhere between 2/3 months. Many people find it can last much longer than this, but it depends how much you are applying each day.
Our Lash Growth Serum should be applied to the root of the upper lash
line. Our Brow Growth Serum should be applied over the brows, ensuring
the root of the brow hairs are fully covered.
No you do not need to apply the serum to the lower lash line, unless you choose to. We suggest applying the serum at night. This allows the product to be fully absorbed at the lash root undisturbed. Applying at night also means that the product will naturally transfer onto those bottom lashes when you close your eyes to sleep.
We always suggest that our customers remove their lenses before applying our serum. This is because the lenses themselves can absorb the serum, preventing the solution from fully absorbing at the lash root. This will in turn stop the serum from being fully effective.