Big Full Lashes is made by a Canadian company is distributed in the US by Skin 2 Skin, a community favorite due to its proprietary natural skincare products such as Anti-Sagging Renewal Serum. When founder, Ken Simpson, suggested I might like Big Full Lashes, I jumped on the chance to give it a try.
I use Big Full Lashes daily in the mornings. The serum comes in a small bottle with a brush attached to the cap. It is applied like liquid eyeliner with a sweep across the lids against the lash line and another sweep beneath the lower lashes. It is easy to apply, doesn’t drip and is not irritating.
One of things that attracted me to Big Full Lashes (other than Ken’s endorsement) is that the key active is Capixyl. This a peptide and red clover combo that is so good at growing hair that I chose it for my own Truth Vitality Advanced Complex hair growth serum. Red clover works on the proteins caspase 8 and 9, while acetyl tetrapeptide-3 is supposed to lengthen the hair shaft and increase follicle size.
I was also intrigued to see biotynoyl tripeptide-1, a three-chain peptide combined with biotin (a vitamin B known to help hair growth) that the manufacturer claims can help the hair to be stronger and less likely to fall out. Another interesting active is Biocapigen, a complex of red onion, soy, ginseng and B vitamins that is supposed to stimulate keratin.
This natural lash serum also has a decent slew of botanicals – gingko biloba and saw palmetto, both frequently used in hair growth products, plus nettle and horsetail.
My lashes are, as a result of daily use of Big Full Lashes, are longer than at the start of my test. I have more lower lashes. My lashes are darker. I don’t believe that individual lashes are actually thicker. These results are exciting. I am impressed by this product and recommend it without reservation.