Tuesday, 29 August 2017

Gosh Growth Serum - Brows

Hiya Darlins
Are you like me, of the overplucked generation ?  Why did we do it ?  what seemed like a great idea in the 70s has now left us struggling now that eyebrows are the be all and end all of your face !
Who knew that was ever going to happen ?

We are now in the sparse gang struggling with all manner of brow products trying to keep up, I have for the last few weeks been using this new release from Gosh Copenhagen which is part of their AW17 Collection.

Gosh Growth Serum Brows

 Gosh Growth Serum 

This serum works on thickening and lengthening the brow hairs and to stimulate the growth of baby hairs with an ingredient called  SymPeptide Xlash  Which stimulates the keratin genes enhancing the growth of new hairs.  You use the serum twice a day after cleansing, allowing it to dry before using any brow products. I do have to admit to popping it on a couple of extra times in the day when I am having a no make up day, it probably isn't doing anymore than the recommended twice a day, but I want better brows like yesterday :)   The small application brush is specifically designed to brush through each individual brow hair coating it in product.

I can literally hear you shouting, stop yakking Lyn did it work ?

Yes indeedy it does, you are not going to awake with brows long enough for plaits BUT within a few weeks you will notice a difference, I had to tidy my brows, which is something I rarely need to do,  well, so rare I don't do it, they are tidied by threading literally only twice a year, so I quite enjoyed a session with the tweezers and having something to tidy.

As always with Gosh, cruelty free, paraben free, and this product is free from perfume.

Lyn 💋

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  1. 9 September 2017 at 16:29

    I need to buy this for my husband.

    1. 10 September 2017 at 21:35

      It's flippin good stuff x

  • Anonymous4 November 2017 at 19:50

    Used for 2 weeks twice daily but not noticed any difference

    1. 13 November 2017 at 22:05

      Oh that's a pain, maybe you should contact Gosh on their site and ask for advise ? Lyn

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