Accentuate Your Eyes With RevitaLash

Mascara is great, but if your lashes are sparse, short, or nearly absent, mascara may not give you the lash boost you want. You may already have nice lashes, but want your eyes to look amazing — even before your makeup routine. If so, you’re in luck.

RevitaLash® is a safe, effective eyelashes treatment that was developed by Michael Brinkenhoff, MD, an ophthalmologist for his wife, Gayle Brinkenhoff. Gayle lost her eyelashes during chemotherapy. 

If you’re distressed by missing or sparse lashes or simply want to accentuate your eyes with more luxurious lashes and eyebrows, the expert dermatologists at Specialists in Dermatology offer RevitaLash® Advanced and RevitaBrow® Advanced to help you achieve your goals.  

RevitaLash strengthens lashes

RevitaLash is an award-winning, proprietary serum that blends lipids, peptides, biotin, and green-tea extracts that are rich in panthenol. Panthenol is a derivative of vitamin B5, which improves:

The vitamin- and antioxidant-rich ingredients in RevitaLash strengthen your existing eyelashes and prevent them from being damaged or broken by lash-styling products, including mascara.

RevitaLash stimulates longer lash growth

Even more exciting than strengthening your lashes is creating a lusher, longer look to your lashes. The nourishing ingredients in RevitaLash are just what your lashes need to grow to new lengths. Approximately, 98% of RevitaLash users report:

The process is simple, but you must be patient. You aren’t creating the illusion of longer, thicker eyelashes; you’re actually remodeling your lashes and therefore must work with your lashes’ own growth cycle. That said, many women and men see immediate improvement in their lashes when using RevitaLash.

Your dermatologist shows you how to properly prepare your eyelashes and lids before administering RevitaLash. You then apply a thin line of serum directly to clean, dry lashes just above the lash line.

RevitaBrow® fills in sparse eyebrows

Your sparkling eyes get even more attention when they’re accentuated by lush, well-groomed brows. Our eyebrows, like our lashes, often start to thin out with age.

Both RevitaLash and RevitaBrow feature the unique and proprietary BioPeptin Complex® to protect against breakage and add more shine and flexibility. When applied nightly, RevitaBrow helped 92-96% achieve:

You don’t have to rely on your new lashes and brows to get the dramatic, eye-popping look you want, either. Both RevitaLash and RevitaBrow can be used with cosmetics, including mascara and false eyelashes.

Safe for your eyes... and animals

You can rest assured that RevitaLash’s long safety profile means that you shouldn’t experience any side effects. Their products don’t contain parabens.

Also, the company never tests their products on animals. All of their products are both vegan-friendly and cruelty-free.

Contact Specialists in Dermatology in Houston, Texas, or The Woodlands, Texas, by calling or filling out our convenient online scheduling form to revitalize your lashes and brows today.

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