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Review - Etude House Dr. Lash Ampule Long and Volume

A highly concentrated gel formulated with Dr. Lash Complex, a vitamin and herbal extract compound, to strengthen and nourish eyelashes for healthy, voluminous look.
Overnight Lash Treatment Supplies Nourishing and Strengthening Care to Weak, Limp Lashes.
Dr. Lash Ampule is a highly concentrated gel formulated with Dr. Lash Complex, a vitamin and herbal extract compound, to strengthen and nourish eyelashes for healthy, voluminous look.

Prior to bedtime, apply gel to cleansed lashes and leave on overnight.
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Retail Price: $59.90 (Saw the price at Etude House Parkway!)
Amount I paid: $28

Product Information in English + Ingredients
What's included inside the package:
③Instruction sheet in Korean
④Measurement thingy(no idea what it's called)
Primer: To be used during the day and I think it's meant as a lash protector, to be applied before your mascara (I hardly use this.)Ampule: To be used at night. Its brush applicator is pretty easy to use, just have to tap the essence along your lash line.
(Noticed that many claimed the fluid hurts the eye if it gets into the eye. So far it hasn't happen to me, but still, be careful when applying, try not to blink right after you apply^^)

Week 0
Left side (Bottom lashes) : 4~6mm
Right side (Bottom lashes) : 3.5~6mm

Week 4
Left side (Bottom lashes) : 4.5~7mm
Right side (Bottom lashes) : 4~6.5mm
• certain lashes ↑ by 0.5-2mm

Left side (Top lashes) : 6-8mm
Right side (Top lashes) : 6-8mm

Week 8
Left side (Bottom lashes) : 4.5~7mm
Right side (Bottom lashes) : 4~6.5mm

Left side (Top lashes) : 6.5-9mm
Right side (Top lashes) : 6.5-9mm
• certain lashes ↑ by 0.5-2mm

I bought this product online after seeing a number of positive reviews on various platforms. The packaging seems to vary between white/purple interior. It looks authentic, hope it won’t harm my eyes or anything. *touch wood*

Anyway, I have been using this product on and off for about a month. I don’t always remember to apply them; I think I missed at least 3 days :p But I think it still worked as I noticed some difference! I only used them on my lower lashes, in case the product has some side effects, which it didn’t thankfully, I wouldn’t want 0 bottom eyelashes!

The result did not look that impressive but at least there’s some growth! :) In addition to the length, the lashes are slightly stronger and I don’t lose that much lashes when I removed mascara or rub my eyes :D

I’m going to continue using it on my bottom lashes and probably start on my top lashes since there are no side effects so far. I’m hoping to achieve 12mm for top lashes (currently between 6-8mm only) and 8mm for bottom lashes. *crosses fingers*

Straight to the point - for those who are lazy to read everything :p
[What I like about it]
✔ Easy applicator for applying the fluid along lash line
✔ Works as it claims, increased my lashes by 0.5-2mm in 1-2 months

[What I dislike about it]
✘ Expensive

*Short update - After using it for more than 2 months, the lashes seem to have stopped growing. I think it has reached the max length for my eyes? :( I think I'll try other similar lash growth products soon!
Refer to above chart -Week 8.

(Might repurchase)


  1. I admit this is my firstime to use this product i think this good and reasonable prize


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