Thursday, January 27, 2011

Padina Eye Lash Conditioner Review + Giveaway


Oh how I love reviewing eyelash conditioners. I've found the best and the worst. I think I've tried ALMOST all of them. I'm constantly getting messages about which ones work and which ones don't, and I'm always 100% honest with my readers. So today, yes it's another review, however this one is a bit different.

Padina Eyelash Conditioner ($120) is a Botanical formulation which will naturally enhance eyelash strength, growth and volume. Unlike other lash enhancers, which are actually just chemical byproducts of glaucoma treatments Padina is made from 23 different herbal extracts blended together. So at least you're rubbing amino acids, ginseng, peptides and calcium on your eyelids, as opposed to chemicals that you probably can't even come close to pronouncing. After lining your eyes with the liquid for 30 days, you should start to see thicker, longer and fuller lashes.





I was interested in Padina because all the ingredients are 100% natural. Eyelash conditioners can appear scary because they are a new product that hasn't been out on the market that long, and you don't really know what kind of ingredients are making your lashes grow. Padina however is a blend of western and oriental mineral science entitled, "Botanical Revolution" The whole story and even the tube it's housed in all seems very exotic and extremely natural. And for me, natural is always better then chemicals when it comes to beauty.


Here is a pic of my lashes after 20 days of using Padina Eye Lash Conditioner. My lashes are thicker and longer, almost touching my eyebrows! I've had many compliments about how long they are, and tons of questions about where I got such a product.




The pic below shows what can happen if you don't put the eyelash conditioner on evenly or put too much mascara on. Padina Cosmetics tells you to put a thin layer on over your lashes right before you sleep until you reach the desired result. After that you can apply every couple days. I recommend using eyelash curlers before you apply mascara and not putting TOO much of the conditioner on in one area, because in the below pic I think I got too much conditioner in one area, and too much mascara can create a crazy spider lash.



I've had so much bad experience with eyelash conditioners not working, I think I put a little too much on for the first couple of weeks. But now that I know Padina REALLY works, I've changed my routine to once every couple days.

Padina Eyelash Conditioner is ranking #2 on my top favorite eyelash conditioners. (See my growing list here) The price of $120 is a little more then other eyelash enhancers, but it's not too bad for the quality of what you're purchasing. The price for conditioners range from about $50-$400 depending on the brand. If you are searching for a great NATURAL eyelash growth serum, Padina is a good one to start out with. It also didn't create irritation around my eye, which is something I can't say about other brands. If you're hesitant about putting chemical on your lashes, Padina Conditioner is your best bet.



Buy: You can purchase Padina Eyelash Growth at PadinaCosmetics.com






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Good luck beauties! Giveaway will conclude 2/13/2011. Open to the US only. Winner will be chosen by random.org and will have 48 hours to respond to the winning email. No Po Boxes please. Duplicate entries will be deleted.



Disclosure: Product was sent to me for consideration from PR for the purpose of this review only. All opinions are my own. No monetary compensation was received.


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