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Lashem Announces a Free 30 Day Trial on Their Measureable Difference Lash Gel

All-Natural Company Offers a Free Eyelash Growth Sample.

Azusa, CA, May 15, 2011 --( The All-Natural anti aging and eyelash strengthening company, Lashem has just announced that they are offering a free 30 day trial on their Measureable Difference Lash Gel. The eye gel is a treatment for short, brittle and damaged eyelashes. The cause for small or weak lashes includes factors such as genetics, or as a result of growing out eyelash extensions. Measureable Difference Lash Gel is a treatment that is used twice a day, by applying the gel to the base of the eyelashes. Women and men following the treatment can expect results in two weeks. After six weeks of use, eyelashes have the potential to grow 38% longer.

Measureable Difference Lash Gel is 97% natural. The treatment contains no paraben or prostaglandin, and is fragrance-free. Lashem is an all-natural company, and their patented cosmetics are guaranteed to be ophthalmologist tested, hypoallergenic and never tested on animals. The company provides a mascara to compliment the Measureable Difference Lash Gel treatment. Double Trouble mascara is a 2-in-1 design featuring one side for volume, and the other for lengthening.

Lashem’s Free 30 Day Trial for their Measureable Difference Lash Gel will only be offered for a limited time. Interested customers are being encouraged to sign up because supplies are limited.


For more information on Lashem’s Free 30 Day Trial of their Measurable Difference Lash Gel, or the other cosmetics offered in their line can visit,
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