Friday, March 7, 2014

Lash AND Brow Serum

Epitome Lash and Brow SerumIt was so smart of Nicole Mulder of Epitome Skincare to develop one product for both lashes and brows. Introducing Epitome Lash and Brow Serum.

Other brands make one or the other, or both, in separate tubes. To be honest they are the same product--the brush is the only difference. Per how the beauty marketing game is played you "need" to buy both products if you are treating lashes and brows. They also all come in a liquid eyeliner style tube.
Epitome's Lash and Brow Serum does not. Nicole put her potion in a "pen" so the product stays in the pen-like tube until you click the bottom to dispense the evening dose. This unique design keeps her product free of bacteria and air, which weaken the effect of the other "eyeliner" style lash/brow treatments.

I had been a fan of LiLash and LiBrow for several years. But, as you may know, they were involved in a lawsuit with Latisse and had to cease manufacturing. (LiLash is still available in very small quantities).

Though I have never been a customer of lash or brow serums (My lashes are long enough and I never went too crazy in the late 80's and 90's with the thin brow trend) I did try the Epitome lash serum for about 3 weeks and certainly felt my lashes were thicker and maybe a bit longer.
But, more importantly, I have seen great results with Nicole's serum on others, and that is why I am now switching my clients to the Epitome Lash and Brow Serum.

What it is:
An exclusive blend of peptides and natural ingredients that promote the appearance of long, youthful, and beautiful lashes and brows.

How to use:
Simply click the pen and the product will appear on the brush. Apply on your lash line and/or brow line every night for best results.

What it is formulated to do:
Fruit extracts exfoliate buildup of dead cells and clear the way for the peptides and other active ingredients to soften, plump, hydrate, and promote the appearance of long, healthy, voluminous lashes and brows.

What it is WITHOUT:
Parabens
Petroleum products
Propylene glycol

What else you should know:
Ophthalmologist tested for safety and efficacy.
Prostaglandin-free formula that is safe for light colored eyes.
Innovative packaging makes this serum easy to use, and there is also no wand to put back into the formula, reducing the risk of contamination.
Itʼs available without a prescription.
Non-irritable and can be used with eyelash extensions, permanent makeup, and by contact lens wearers.
Not tested on animals

Nicole Mulder
Nicole Mulder has spent 18 years in the beauty industry in many different
capacities: as a salon manager, spa director, makeup artist, sales & marketing, and most recently, founder of Epitome Skincare.

“When there is harmony between inner beauty and outer beauty the result is simply wonderful. Everyone has their own way of finding that balance. And when I have a chance to play a small role in helping someone feel good it makes me feel good! My customers trust me to bring them high quality, high performance products. It is a task I don’t take lightly, and put every effort in to exceeding their expectations.”
 ~Nicole Mulder
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