Jul 21, 2020
Today's Spa Skin and Beauty podcast formerly known as The Lindsey Holder show is focusing on long lashes. We all want those long lashes and there is a way for to grow them yourself! We are all about at home treatment options and growing long lashes is an easy one to incorporate at home in your nightly skincare routine. If you want dreamy, long lashes and brows, this episode is for you!
Revitalash has been a part of my spa life...and lashes for years now and I am so excited to have this platform to be able to educate you all on how you can too!
Today I talk with Heather Voltner of Revitalash and we are diving into the details of how eyelash growth serums work, how long it will take to get you long, lustrous lashes and a few other beauty tips and tricks along the way!
Revitalash is non-irritating, hypo-allergenic and this brand has also stepped into the world of hair care for thinning and damaged hair-and we will give you all the details on that in the show! Also, this brand is a mega supporter of breast cancer awareness and research, is family owned and ran and has the BEST heartwarming story on how it got started.
Links and Resources:
Become a lapree beauty member, our esthetician led skincare community: lapree beauty
Skincare Products for this episode: Long Lashes
Our favorite minerals from Water and Wellness! We drink these first thing in the morning!
With over a decade of experience being both a licensed esthetician and owning her own spa with her skin obsessed sis and researcher Ashley working right beside her! Let’s listen to these sisters' thoughts, facts, opinions, and advice on skincare and ways to optimize your health!
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