Lash Pump


Lash Pump is designed to volumize and strengthen your eye lashes to help them stand out.
“Get Long, Beautiful Lashes Fast!” reads the official website.
I decided to take a closer look at the ingredients to see if they are clinically proven to provide protection and stimulate eye lash growth for a fuller appearance. Needless to say, I was surprised with what I discovered.


There are several ingredients in Lash Pump’s formula. Here are a couple key ingredients:

Sympeptide 226
According to the Wall Street Journal, sympeptide 226 “enhances production of keratin, a protein that is a major component of hair.” This ingredient used in a proprietary blend on test subjects increased eye-lash length and thickness increased by 61%. [1]
KGF (rh-Polypeptide-3)
KGF stands for keratinocyte growth factor, an ingredient which has been shown to stimulate hair growth. [2]
This ingredient is studied for its ability to moisturize. [3] Consequently, it is used in both skin and hair products to combat dryness and provide protection.

Is There a Money-Back Guarantee?

The company backs Lash Pump with a 100% satisfaction-guarantee. This guarantee shows the company’s confidence in its own product, and, more importantly, it allows for users to try the product hassle-free.
If users are no satisfied with Lash Pump “IN ANY WAY,” contact customer support within 90 days of the purchase date for a full refund.

How Much Is Lash Pump?

Considering the effectiveness of the ingredients, I was impressed to see Lash Pump is also affordable. Lash Pump retails for $40 per tube.
However, it is important to mention the official website says they will match the price for Lash Pump if customers find it sold for even cheaper on third-party websites.

Is Lash Pump Safe?

According to the official website, Lash Pump is safe for both men and women. It is formulated with natural and safe ingredients.
However, if you have any existing medical conditions, the company recommends consulting with a health professional before use.

Should You Try Lash Pump?

Based on the affordability, money-back guarantee, and the ingredient profile, I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend Lash Pump to anyone looking to plump and volumize their eye lashes.
If you do decide to try Lash Pump, let me know about your experience by leaving a comment below!

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[1] Laura Johannes. “Another Wand for When Mascara Isn’t Enough.” The Wall Street Journal. March 5, 2012. Available from:

[2] Guo L, Degenstein L, Fuchs E. “Keratinocyte growth factor is required for hari development but not for wound healing.” Genes Dev. 1996 Jan 15; 10(2):165-75. Available from:

[3] Camargo FB Jr, et al. “Skin moisturizing effects of panthenol-based formulations.” J Cosmet Sci. 2011 Jul-Aug;62(4):361-70. Available from:

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