Talika Lipocils Eyelash Conditioning Gel Reviews
Product Type: Talika body care
Newest Review: ... along the lash line. On the website they also offered a choice of 3 different Talika samples with my order so that was a ... more
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Customer Talika Lipocils Eyelash Conditioning Gel Reviews (5)
by - written on 30/09/10 (Very useful, 63 readings)
I bought this product from House of Frazer about 8 months ago, it was recommended from another patient who was also undergoing chemotherapy. As I knew my eyelashes and eyebrows were going to either thin or drop out completely, I thought anything that helps is worth trying. It was quite expensive at 18 pounds for the size. The product holds 4.2ml of conditioning gel, and is approx half the length of a standard mascara tube. To apply you need to coat the bottom lashes first applying as close to the hair root as possible, then run the brush through the upper lashes. I even applied to my eyebrows. You need to apply thin coats. The results were amazing! I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/10/09 (Very useful, 64 readings)
Talika Lipocils Eyelash Conditioning Gel. What can I say. Absolutely storming product gals. I found it quite by chance when in a Paris pharmacy of all places, where it was (annoyingly) much more expensive than it is over here. I was bought it as a birthday present there and then, as I just had a good feeling about it. I think I read the literature quite carefully before buying and it mentioned that it had been developed in collaboration with a Paris eye hospital. Don't quote me on that, you can check on the website. But definitely there was clinical data to back up the effectiveness and there was some medical input in the development. Anyway, it was one of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/08/09, updated on 13/06/10 (Very useful, 249 readings)
~About~ Talika wad founded in 1948. They have there own laboratories in Paris where they have developed all of their products. A Doctor called Danielle Roches developed an anti-bacterial cream with plant extracts inserted to help cure people suffering from dramatic face and eye burns, mostly war causalities. Danielle noticed the cream she developed her patients lashes regrow quickly. This is when Lipocils was born. This has been her best seller and has helped millions of women and men all over the world. Talika also sell a great range of products for the eye area, complection and body care. ~About the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/07/12, updated on 02/08/12 (Very useful, 46 readings)
I decided to try Talika Lipocils eyelash conditioner after seeing it years ago on QVC. Now I'm older and after years of using waterproof mascara I noticed my lashes very short and straight compared to how they used to be. I also had a little gap on one eye where there were no eyelashes. I remembered seeing this advertised on QVC many years ago and decided to look it up online. I read reviews and looked at the official Talika website http://www.talika.com/ After doing my research I decided to go ahead and buy it. On the Talkia website it's quite expensive at £23 for 10ml of eyelash lipocills. Or £27 for the Lipocils Expert! The only difference between the two ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/11/09 (Useful, 91 readings)
I had read about this product in a magazine, and as I have quite stumpy, weedy lashes (attractive!) I decided something that could make them grow would be worth a try. I googled it and bought it from the first website I found for about £18. I can't remember the name of the website now and to be honest I wouldn't recommend them as it took almost 2 months to arrive and a list of excuses the length of your arm. Anyway, once the product finally arrived I was excited to get using it. I was prepared to have to wait the few weeks for any noticeable effect, and started using it everyday as instructed. I waited with great anticipation for the growth to ... Read the complete review
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