We are currently investigating eyelash growth serums sold by major retailers such as Sephora, Nordstrom, Saks, Bloomingdale’s and Macys. The lash growth and brow growth serums GrandeLash-MD, GrandeBrow, Neulash, Newbrow, and LANCER Lash Serum Intense all contain isopropyl cloprostenate, a chemical the FDA has designated as a drug. Isopropyl clopstenate is a “prostaglandin analogue” similar to the drugs used to treat glaucoma, an eye disease.
The FDA has said isopropyl clopostenate, the drug ingredient in the lash and brow serums, can cause the following serious side effects:
• Dry eye
• Eye irritation
• Eye inflammation
• Eye redness
• Iris color change
• Macular edema
• Low intraocular pressure
• Other side effects
None of the products that contain the drug ingredient warn consumers of the negative side effects or warn consumers that the cosmetic product contains a drug ingredient. The labeling and advertising affiliated with the lash and brow growth products may be violating several state consumer protection law statutes.
If you have purchased GrandeLash-MD, GrandeBrow, Neulash, Neubrow, or LANCER Lash Serum Intense, please complete the form below. We would like to speak with you to further investigate these matters. If you purchased these products, you may be entitled to compensation, even if you did not experience any negative side effects.