We Compared And Contrasted EyeBrow Growth Products, Here's What We Learned

While supermodels and beauty experts once touted the appeal of pencil-thin brows, there's a new status quo. Borderline-bushy brows are everywhere--from celebrities to supermodels to the influencers on your social media feed.

As the trend sees no signs of slowing, where does that leave those who are struggling with thin, scraggly brows? That's where an eyebrow serum comes into play.

Eyebrow serums can enhance the thickness, strength, and luster of your brows by stimulating hair growth in sparse areas.

You used to need to see a doctor in order to get a serum prescribed, but not anymore. New serums that don't require a prescription are just as effective, and you can purchase them from the comfort of your own home.

However, not all brow serums are created equal, and many of them contain harmful ingredients that lead to some less than desirable side effects.

We went ahead and found the four most popular eyebrow serums based on reviews from customers and notable publications--RevitaBrow, VegaBROW, GrandeBrow, and NourishBrow-- with one clear stand-out.

Here are the facts.


RevitaBrow comes with a hefty price tag ($110.00!) and requires a once-a-day application. They boast about a variety of benefits, including more density and better overall appearance.

However, every claim they make is overshadowed by the list of scary and toxic ingredients they use in their products. RevitaBrow contains Dechloro Dihydroxy Difluoro Ethylcloprostenolamide, a prostaglandin, which is a big no-no for any product that is going to come within ten feet of your face. This harmful ingredient can darken your skin and irritate your eyes - we'd rather have thin brows! We don't mess around with anything that could cause permanent issues.

In 2012, RevitaLash (RevitaBrow's parent company) was banned in California as it failed to meet the FDA's new drug provisions.

After doing our research, we decided not to even try this one. For the price and the harmful ingredients it contains, this one is a definite no from us.


The VegaBROW Volumizing Serum, the sister-product of Vegamour's famous eyelash serum, is the only plant-based clinically-proven serum of the four. It uses an exclusive blend of phytonutrients to nourish, strengthen, and condition your brows for a thicker and fuller look. All of Vegamour's products are plant based, paraben free, vegan and cruelty free.

Unlike other competitors, VegaBROW does not contain any added hormones or harmful ingredients like prostaglandin, bimatoprost, and minoxidil. VegaBROW will not darken your skin, make your hair fall out at first, cause irritation, eyelid inflammation, or heart problems (yes, these are really all possible side effects of those ingredients!).

Instead of damaging ingredients, they use natural ones like red clover (which is clinically proven to inhibit DHT production) and mung bean (which is shown in clinical studies to strengthen the dermal papillae).

You can expect to see results in as little as 30 days, but our editor noticed a difference before that. VegaBROW gives noticeable results the natural way, plus we love the subscribe and save option (it'll save you 25%, meaning a tube costs only $59.95!).

If you are unhappy with VegaBROW, you can return the product for a full money-back guarantee at any time. We love a brand that is confident about their product!


GrandeBROW claims to show amazing results after 4 full months of continued use. This serum has garnered a lot of recognition, but we're not fooled by hype.

A closer look at their ingredients shows that it too contains some unsafe ingredients. GrandeBROW contains Triethanolamine, which, according to The Derm Review1, should never be used long term, as it can have negative effects on the skin. It has even been classified as a respiratory toxicant, and these risks are heightened for the sensitive skin around the eyes.

Considering you have to use this product for at least 8 weeks (recommended 16 weeks) to see any effects, we weren't too thrilled about that ingredient.

We only felt comfortable trying it for 30 days, and the results were pretty underwhelming. Not safe and not worth the $70.


NourishBrow contains ingredients that strengthen brow follicles and avoid breakage for a fuller and thicker appearance. Their site says that they are "Cruelty free, Gluten-free, Paraben free, Sulfate free & Dermatologist tested." We loved the sound of that, but with no clinical trials like Vegamour to back up their claims, we were skeptical. We are all for natural solutions, but if it doesn't work, then what's even the point?

We tried the $59 serum for 30 days, and while we definitely did notice improvement, it wasn't as effective as we were hoping.

Overall Verdict: VegaBROW

Out of these three brow serums we tried, VegaBROW is the clear favorite given that it's the only plant-based clinically-proven formula. With absolutely no harmful chemicals and a selection of natural ingredients, VegaBROW is definitely the safest option to use on your skin (especially when considering how most brow serums can irritate your eyes).

Vegamour proves you simply do not need hormones and harmful chemicals to make your brows fuller.

Above all else, VegaBROW also seems to work more quickly and effectively than competing brands. A clinical trial proved that vegaBROW users started seeing results in as little as 4 weeks, with a 34% increase in their length of brows and a 94% increase in density and volume when tested against competitors.

And if all of that isn't enough to win you over, Vegamour also offers an extremely flexible return policy with a money-back guarantee.

If you're tired of dealing with eyebrows that just won't grow, check out the VegaBROW volumizing serum and kiss those pencil-thin brows goodbye!

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  1. https://thedermreview.com/triethanolamine/