MIT Grad Creates Worlds First “Clinically Proven” Eye Lash Growth Formula



Meet 28-year-old Megan Cox, the MIT grad who single-handedly created a formula which reacts with eyelash follicles and causes them to grow but nothing like you’ve seen before.

“When I first started doing this in my first year of college it was just a side project, I wanted to know if it’s possible to not only get longer lashes but to keep them and not have to continuously redo them. I got the idea to do this after one of my friends developed a terrible eye infection during her routine eyelash extensions procedure”

“The risks of eyelash extensions are not only an allergic reaction to the glue [used to attach the extensions], but erosion of the inner surface of the eyelid over time,” says Dr. Orly Avitzur, M.D., “And that can cause permanent damage to your eyelashes.”

Megan set out to not only to create something that gives fast results but that’s actually safe (for the long term) & permanent, meaning you never have to purchase the product again after you achieve the length you want!

This proved to be a challenge for Megan as it took several years before she could even come up with a solution that would even show any signs of tangible results.

Photo of Megan in the Lab

“I essentially had no life, this consumed all of my time and I had to work on it day and night. I even started to suffer from depression as it literally consumed all my time, I didn’t go out with friends, didn’t talk on the phone, and at one point I really questioned what I was doing with my life, am I wasting my time?”

Fortunately, Megan did not give up despite her hardships she stuck it through and finally develop a product that worked so well that after the clinical trials were done, 2 of the largest makeup manufactures offered her a whopping 17 million dollars.

Megan’s formula under U.V light

“When I got the offer I almost fainted, 17 million dollars is a lot of money, it’s life changing money but one of the caveats of the deal would be that they would own all future patents and any future products I created.”

Because of the terms of the deal, Megan regrettably declined the offer.

“The reason I decided not to take the offer is that as my lawyer suggested, my product would most likely be shelved and never see the light of day if I were to take that offer.”

Megan lawyer understood that the cosmetic (and medical field) is totally reliant on customers continuously buying the same product over and over again and if her product is truly a permanent solution, this would mean a potential loss of profits for bigger cosmetic manufacturers.

Unfortunately developing a product is not cheap, so she’ll need to get as many sales as possible due to a large amount of debt she acquired while developing this product.

“With the cost of testing facilities, different ingredients, the cost to patent my formula, etc.. I’ve managed to rack up $750,000 in debt which I have to pay off. I know this is a lot of money but I’m confident that once people try my product the results will speak for themselves”

Photo results of 1 of the 200 clinical trial participants.

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6 Comments

  • Lina
    Lina says:

    You go girl! Just placed an order to show support. Hopefully it works well.

  • Emma
    Emma says:

    Been using it for only 1 month and the results are unreal. It worked so well that I only used 1/4th of the bottle and already achieved the length that I wanted.

    Ashley, if you’re reading this DO NOT SELL THE FORMULA 🙂

  • Corrine Chance
    Corrine Chance says:

    I was apart of the original clinical trial and and I can promise you this stuff works better than anything you’ll find on the market currently.

  • Janis
    Janis says:

    We’ll just placed an order, I like the 90 day policy so will see show it goes.

  • Marla
    Marla says:

    I’m not a real big eye lash fan but I placed an order just to show support.

  • Annie
    Annie says:

    I think she’s dumb for not taking the money. If you that much in debt, just sell damn formula.

    With that being said, I’ll still be trying it 🙂

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