iGlow Long Lashes Serum Review with Before and After Photos

This post is a long overdue review of the famous iGlow Long Lashes Serum, i wanted to wait as much as possible to show you proper results and after 12 weeks of daily usage i think i have some pretty good before and afters.

As a back story, although if you follow me on Instagram are already sick of hearing about it – i have an underactive thyroid and after my pregnancy two years ago, i lost all of my lashes and most of my brows. Poof gone! And when im saying all of my lashes, im not exaggerating – they were gone gone. I’ve changed medication and whilst my thyroid hormones leveled up, my lashes never grew back. Initially a vanity issue, it shortly became a health problem – my lack of lashes resulted in irritated dry eyes that would get swollen and eyelids riddled with eczema. You would be surprised to learn how much the lashes actually protect the eyes.

I’m so grateful to @iglowofficial for sending over their lash serum to trial out. Their customer service is outstanding, I was planning to purchase it myself but because the product may not work for me they sent it out. It’s been almost two years since I’ve lost my lashes and brows, as a result of a thyroid storm after my pregnancy. Iglow is proven to work on active hair follicles with outstanding results in up to 8 weeks. My issue is that I don’t know if my follicles are still active (or can be activated) as i have completely bald eyelids. I’m telling you all this because I’m committing to trial it out for 3 months, with before and after photos but if it doesn’t work is not because the product doesn’t deliver results. Fingers crossed for a miracle!

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Trough the last two years i have tried unsuccessfully hair grow tablets, Revitalash and Castor Oil – neither gave notable results.

T H E   B E F O R E

A F T E R   12  W E E K S

Yes i agree with you, my lashes with mascara are terribly spidery but that’s all my fault – i kept applying layers of Hypnose in the hope of catching every eyelash and doing the product justice. This is a massive improvement for me and ill be forever grateful for finding the iGlow serum, this is the most lashes i had in two years. Yes there are gaps, i might not have the thickest lash line but im unbelievably happy. My thyroid is autoimmune which means my body will continuously attack itself, well a lot less due to medication but i will probably never have my lashes to their former glory. And im ok with that, my eye dryness has resolved and my eyelid eczema cleared out. I can wear eye makeup more confidently and when im not, i dont look like an alien anymore. Well not more than usual anyway.

H O W   T o   U S E

  1. Apply 2-3mm above the lash line every night, once a day.
  2. Can be applied on the bottom lashes too.
  3. You can apply it on the brows too, i did that and im sure you can tell there’s a difference.
  4. Results start appearing after 2-3 weeks of continuous use.
  5. I did notice a darker line where the product was applied but it faded into nothing after a couple of weeks.
  6. Also i did experienced in the beginning an itching feeling but nothing too obnoxious that would put me off the treatment.

Bottom line is that the product 100% works. Ive seen some unbelievable before and afters so if a lash growth serum is what you are looking for, i would wholeheartedly recommend the iGlow!

I would love to hear your thoughts on this product and what other lash treatments you tried and worked.


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  1. M
    March 1, 2018 / 8:25 pm

    Surely the itching would be caused by hair growth? Just a though, I know even when I epilate my legs and hair is starting to grow back I fell this… It can only be a sign it’s working??

  2. M
    March 1, 2018 / 8:26 pm

    Good to know it does though, thank you

  3. July 1, 2019 / 7:37 am

    Wow. I also have suffered Hashimoto’s for most of my life. I am off medication now and feeling better and better because of quitting gluten & dairy, eating mostly vegan and alot of fruits and greens. Doctors have indeed told me my thyroid hormone levels are fine now. I haven’t checked antibodies yet but with hormone levels fine, they must have improved alot. However, my eyebrows were always as thin as yours! It’s like the hairs are lacking colour and strenght. My eyelashes are short and thin also. I’ve had nice results with the GrandeLash MD before on my eyelashes, but it costs alot to buy and ship. As I live in Sweden, I am looking so much forward to trying this Norwegian iGlow which is cheaper with free and faster shipping, and it specifically states that it can be used for brows too which is awesome, so I will do both and document. Thank you for sharing your results!

    • Andreea
      July 1, 2019 / 9:50 am

      Best of luck with it! let me know how you get on. For me quitting gluten has been a game changer for my thyroid.

  4. Vee
    November 6, 2020 / 1:51 pm

    Your before and after pictures are on different eyes. Do you have accurate comparison pics? This would help. Thank you

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