Rapidlash Eyelash Serum Review

The £30 Eylash Serum That Actually Works

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I don’t know about you, but I’ve always dreamed of having long, luscious eyelashes, a bit like a cartoon character, really. I don’t even care if they look real or not: I just want them to look like they exist — which, as a redhead, is a pretty tall order, really.

Like most redheads I know, my eyelashes are almost translucent. I dye them myself (There’s a tutorial on that here, although it’s a very old one, so I’m not sure how useful it’ll be to you), but, even when they’re dyed they still need several layers of mascara to make any kind of impact, and, to be totally honest, they’ve never really recovered from my brief obsession with eyelash extensions, back in 2019.

Here they are back at the start of March this year: so, just a little over two months ago.

Rapidlash Before and After: Before

My eyelashes before Rapidlash OK, so it’s not the greatest photo, obviously, but, as you can see, while they’re probably not the worst eyelashes you’ll ever see, they’re nothing to write home about, either.

But! But! There is a solution! Or so I’d heard, anyway. It’s called Revitalash, [BUY IT HERE] and, according to every single review I’ve ever read, it’s basically a miracle product, which gives you the eyelashes of your dreams, after just a few weeks.

It’s also, however, £89 per tube, and, sadly for me and my lashes, that’s just not in my budget right now.

Instead, then, I bought myself a tube of Rapidlash. [BUY IT HERE]

Rapidlash is also an eyelash serum, but, at £39.99, it’s only half the price of Revitalash, which is the one and only reason I decided to buy it. Would it be only half as effective, though, I wondered, as I pulled it from its package? I was about to find out…

Rapidlash Eyelash Serum Review

The serum comes in a silver tube, with a small brush to apply it. It’s applied in a thin line, directly to the upper lash line, and you’re supposed to do this once per day, with results being visible after about 8 weeks. That’s literally all there is to it: a fact that made me instantly suspicious, because surely something so simple could not possibly be effective?

Now, I’ll be honest, I haven’t been absolutely religious in my application of this, purely because I keep forgetting about it. I try my best to apply it every night before bed, as part of my skincare routine, but I’d say I forget at least once a week, and sometimes more. I have, however, been keeping up that routine for almost exactly eight weeks now, and here’s what my eyelashes looked like as of yesterday:

After two months of Rapidlash:

My eyelashes after two months of Rapidlash

Again, this is a pretty terrible photo (and apologies for the towel on my head), but I think the difference is pretty obvious. I first noticed that my lashes were longer after about four weeks or so of use, so it’s relatively fast-working. You do, however, have to commit to keeping it up, because if I stop using it, I’m led to believe my lashes will turn into a pumpkin or something. Or, you know, just go back to how they were before.

The difference is most obvious when I’m wearing mascara, but unfortunately it didn’t occur to me to take a “before” photo of that, so these “after” ones will have to do:

eyelashes after using Revitalash

eyelashes after using Revitalash

My lashes may be longer, however, but they don’t seem to be much thicker, which I was mildly disappointed about, as I still need to wear mascara to get the full-lashed look I’m after. That little quibble aside, however, I’m really happy with the results, and am definitely going to repurchase this product when my current tube runs out; unless, that is, you can persuade me to go for the more expensive Revitalash instead? Because, the fact is, no matter how happy I am with a beauty product, there’s always a little part of me left wondering if I might be EVEN HAPPIER with another one.

Would I, though? Would Revitalash really be twice as good as Rapidlash considering it’s twice the price? Or would it just be twice as expensive, for much the same results? And is anyone else REALLY wishing these two brands could’ve given themselves much more distinct names, or is that just me?

Rapidlash Before and After

Rapidlash Eyelash Serum: before and after

RapidLash Before and After: Longer, Fuller Lashes in Weeks?

Lets take a look at some of the pros and cons of this stuff…


  • Longer lashes: The most significant benefit of using RapidLash is the noticeable increase in the length of my lashes. They look fuller and thicker too.
  • Easy to apply: The serum comes with an applicator brush that makes it easy to apply to the base of my upper eyelashes.
  • Hydrating: The serum contains Panthenol, which helps to coat the lashes and seal in moisture and nourishment for improved overall appearance.
  • Cruelty-free: RapidLash is cruelty-free, which means that no animals were harmed in the making of this product.
  • Paraben-free: I appreciate that the serum is free from parabens, which can cause skin irritation.


  • Takes time to see results: It can take several weeks to see results, so you need to be patient and consistent with the application.
  • Not suitable for sensitive skin: If you have sensitive skin, you may want to do a patch test before using the serum. (In fact, I’d advise doing this anyway, because you never know, do you?)

Customer Reviews

I was curious to see what other customers had to say about RapidLash Eyelash Enhancing Serum. After reading through the reviews, I found that many people had positive experiences with the product. Some reviewers claimed that they saw a noticeable difference in the length and thickness of their lashes after using the serum for a few weeks. Others mentioned that they had previously lost their lashes due to eyelash extensions and were able to regrow them with RapidLash.

However, some reviewers mentioned that it took a while to see results and that they had to use the serum consistently for several weeks. Overall, it seems that RapidLash has helped many people achieve longer, fuller lashes, but it may take some time and consistency to see results.

Frequently Asked Questions:

Q: How long does it take to see results with RapidLash?
A: Results may vary, but many users start noticing visible improvements in their lashes within 4-8 weeks of regular use.

Q: Is RapidLash safe to use?
A: Yes, RapidLash has undergone rigorous testing and is formulated with gentle ingredients. However, it’s always recommended to perform a patch test and follow the instructions carefully.

Q: Can I wear mascara with RapidLash?
A: Absolutely! Once RapidLash has dried, you can apply your favorite mascara as usual. It may even enhance the appearance of your lashes further.

Q: Will RapidLash cause any side effects?
A: In rare cases, some users may experience mild irritation or redness. If you encounter any discomfort, discontinue use and consult a healthcare professional.

Q: What happens if I stop using RapidLash?
A: With discontinued use, your lashes will gradually return to their original state over time. To maintain the desired results, it’s recommended to continue using RapidLash consistently.

Q: Can RapidLash be used on eyebrows?
A: Yes, RapidLash can be applied to eyebrows as well. It can help improve the appearance of sparse or thin eyebrows, promoting fuller and more defined brows.

Q: How often should I apply RapidLash?
A: For best results, apply RapidLash once daily, preferably at nighttime, to clean and dry lashes. A thin line along the base of the upper lashes is sufficient.

Q: Is RapidLash cruelty-free?
A: Yes, RapidLash is cruelty-free and not tested on animals.

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  • Ray watson


    I like using castor oil for hair growth but sometimes it gets in my eyes so decided to try something new. dermal MD eyelash growth serum felt very lightweight,didn’t sting & made my lashes feel sift & moisturized.I liked it more then castor oil 💕✅

    August 29, 2022