While the directions warn that you may feel some slight stinging, it wasn’t an issue for me every time. You’re not supposed to get it in your eye, which is a little daunting since you apply it to the base of your lashes. Twice it seeped onto my eye and that burned a little; but I’m not blind so here’s hoping I didn’t do any permanent damage. I was careful to concentrate on the area in the corner of my eye. Whether I pulled those lashes out by rubbing my eyes or they came out when I tried to remove my falsies, I don’t know; but the area there was sparse.
After two months, I can say that the lashes in the corners have filled in. They aren’t as thick as the rest of my lashes, because those areas have thickened themselves. I’m impressed with difference in length and the growth overall, and especially in the corners. The effects weren’t dramatic enough that I’ve given up mascara, though when I use mascara, my lashes are noticeably more prominent.
To find out more information or to purchase Dea Bella, visit their site. This product is an investment at $150; but Dea Bella offers a money back guarantee, which is a first for us with luxury beauty products.
In contrast, Anne reviewed B Kamin’s Lash Fortifier. Read her review here.