RevitaBrow Eyebrow Conditioner is a new product that helps you achieve thicker, fuller looking eyebrows. It contains peptides and botanical ingredients to help revitalize, strengthen, and condition eyebrows. I was offered a free tube of RevitaBrow to try, and because I struggle with thinning eyebrows, I jumped at the chance. For the last several years, my eyebrows have had patchy areas, and the outer parts of my eyebrows are completely gone. I have tried Rogaine on my eyebrows, and haven’t had them waxed for several years, but nothing has worked to regrow them.
The RevitaBrow website says the product will make your eyebrows look darker, thicker, and fuller, so what I thought that meant was that my patchy, bald areas would fill in, and I would regain the eyebrows I used to have. However, inside the box, there’s a disclaimer that says, “RevitaBrow Eyebrow Conditioner is not intended to treat, prevent, cure, relieve, resolve, stop or reduce hair loss or to promote the growth of hair.” Isn’t that a contradiction??
Nonetheless, I applied the product every night with the easy-to-use wand applicator. I didn’t see any changes to my eyebrows until at least 6 weeks, which is when I noticed my eyebrow hairs looked darker and the diameter of the actual hairs seemed thicker and healthier. So I guess that’s what they meant by thicker. Even my boyfriend noticed my eyebrows seemed darker when I asked him if they looked different. It’s been over 8 weeks now and my patchy spots and outer hairs haven’t grown back, but apparently they aren’t supposed to since the product isn’t a hair growth aid. I usually need to do minimal plucking of stray hairs, and I did notice a few more stray hairs than usual, so either the RevitaBrow did help to grow some new hairs, or it darkened hairs I already had but just couldn’t see before. Interestingly, the second ingredient of the product is Serenoa Serrulata Fruit Extract, also known as Saw Palmetto, and orally that is a supplement that may help with genetic hair loss. I didn’t have any adverse effects from the product.
Is RevitaBrow worth it?
I may be wrong, but I assume most people that buy eyebrow enhancing products do so because they have thinning, sparse eyebrows, and they are hoping to regrow them. After viewing the product info on the RevitaBrow website, I had assumed the product would help regrow lost hairs, and it wasn’t until I read the fine print in the actual box that I found out the product wasn’t intended to grow hair. So personally I felt misled. However, the actual RevitaBrow box only says that it will “dramatically enhance the beauty of your Natural Eyebrows” and you are left to guess what exactly that means.
For $110 a tube, RevitaBrow is expensive, but I did see a change in my eyebrows – the existing hairs got darker and thicker. I’m not sure how long the tube lasts, but it’s been over 2 months and I still have some of the product left. If you are seeking darker eyebrows, an alternative would be to have them dyed once a month, but that may not be a whole lot cheaper, and it’s dangerous to use dye near your eyes.
The bottom line: If you can afford it, RevitaBrow may be worth trying if you are seeking eyebrows that are darker and healthier looking. Just remember that chances are you won’t see new hair growth. Also, I assume you will need to continue using the product indefinitely to keep up with the results.
Water/aqua/Eau, Serenoa Serrulala Feuit Extract, Camellia Sinensis Leaf Extract, Panax Ginseng Root Extract, Swertia Japonica Extract, Calendula Officinalis Flower Extract, Biotin, Octapeptide-2, Apiqenin, Oleanolic Acid, Biotinoyl Tripeptide-1, Cellulose Gum, Chlorphenesin, Phenoxyethanol, Glycerin, Sodium Chloride, Butylene Glycol, PPG-26-Buteth-26, PEG-40 Hydrogenated Castor Oil, Tritcum Vulgare (Wheat) Protein, Isopropyl Cloprostenate, Disodium Phosphate, Phosphoric Acid, Pentylene Glycol