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neuLash Paraben-Free Eyelash Conditioners Promotes Healthy Natural Lashes

Aging not only occurs in the skin, but also in the hair, including eyelashes and eyebrows.

Not only can the hair on your head become gray and thin, but aging plays a key factor in slowing down the renewal process of eyelashes.

And the last thing a woman needs to worry about when she is preventing wrinkles is the loss of her flirty lashes.

Both eyelashes and eyebrows may turn gray and become sparse as follicles become dormant and melanin is produced by follicles.

These aging factors - in addition to outside aggressors such as mascaras, eyelash curlers, make-up removers, medications, etc., which all ravage lashes over the years - mean that lashes need an extra boost.

Nutritional supplements, vitamins and other products will not stop the aging of lashes and brows, but an eyelash conditioner that strengthens lashes will help lashes stay on the lid longer, allowing them to grow.

Within as little as TWO WEEKS, www.neuLash.com eyelash conditioner promotes healthy, natural lashes using paraben-free, cosmetically approved ingredients, including essential proteins, vitamins and moisturizers. neuLash is ophthalmologist and dermatologist safety-tested, and is a favorite among celebrities.

For more details visit www.neuLash.com.

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