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Idol Lash Eyelash Growth Enhancer Now Offered Extra Pack for Limited Time Only at HealthCareSupplementz.com
Date:5/20/2013

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) May 20, 2013

Idol lash has designed its brand new formula to help women get bigger, thicker, darker and fuller eyelashes in a matter of few weeks. It is completely safe and natural product now available for online purchase with an extra pack offer to help more women achieve broad benefits of the product. Customers can easily access this offer on the Idol lash official website.

Numerous trials were conducted on Idol lash and showed to increase the eyelash density up to 82% in just a few weeks. According to the official website of the product, it was tested on 15 subjects of 24 to 82 years old. The serum was applied to the roots of eyelashes for 2 weeks. It has been observed that this serum increases eyelash density up to 82% in a time period of 2 to 4 weeks. The Study also found that it also increases the length of eyelashes up to 25%.

Click Here to Visit Official Idol Lash Website!

Media reports state that women love to use natural eyelash enhancers because they can help eliminate the need to put on makeup altogether. Eyelash growth and thickener products help women achieve more enhancing and beautiful looking eyelashes. The market offers many products for eyelash enhancement but they are available at a very high cost, so that only celebrities can afford them. The enhancers of Idol lash products are providing extra opportunities for every woman of every age group to experience denser and longer brows and lashes.

According to official website, “Idol lash is the latest innovation in cosmetic science. It is the purest and least irritating eyelash stimulating and conditioning product available safe for even the most sensitive eyes.” Researchers believe that the effective proteins and powerful vitamins included to Idol lash can
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