Wink is an organic lash & brow enhancing oil, aimed at helping to naturally stimulate hair follicle growth. By leveraging a custom mix of essential fatty acids, this hypoallergenic beauty oil will give lashes & brows a more lush & full appearance. Don't fake it; enhance your natural beauty with Wink. Visible results at 2 weeks; full results at 8-12.
Essential fatty acids have been found to increase prostaglandin/prostaglanoid production in individuals with a deficiency (Medical Hypotheses, 1980). Prostaglandins stimulate eyelashes & brows to enter & prolong the growth (anagen) stage. Click here for the Science of Wink
This beauty oil is:
- 99% Organic
- Free of Soy, Corn & Gluten
- Paraben Free
- Sulfate Free
- Handmade in America
- Recyclable (packaging)
Net Weight: .068fl oz/ 2 ml. Each bottle is a 2 month supply of nourishing oil for lashes or brows.
How to Use: Each night, after removing all makeup, rotate the pen 180 degrees (1/2 rotation) & apply by gliding along the eyelid or eyebrow; repeat for the other eyelid / eyebrow. Massage gently into the skin (optional). Each bottle has 65 rotations inside--enough to start the pen and use it for 60 days on either lashes or brows. Therefore "2 month's usage" is based on the directions, so please follow them precisely. To start the pen, rotate the bottom chamber 4-6 times (slowly) until a small amount of product expels to the tip.
Organic Ricinus Communis (Castor Seed) Oil, Organic Rubus Idaeus (Raspberry Seed) Oil, Organic Argania Spinsosa (Argan) Oil, Organic Aluerties Moluccana (Kukui Seed) Oil, Organic Borage (Borago Officinalis) Seed Oil, Organic Squalane Oil (from Olives), Organic Baobab (Adansonia Digitata) Oil, Organic Simmondsia Chinensis (Jojoba) Oil, Organic Tamanu (Calophyllum Inophyllum) Oil, Organic Punica Granatum (Pomegranate) Seed Oil, Phytocide Elderberry OS. To read more about the ingredients, visit WINK's ingredent page here.
Sparse lashes & brows are a problem that arises naturally as we age.
So how do we combat the problem?
Sparse lashes and brows are also a problem that arises because of:
- Poor hygiene
- Forgetting to remove makeup
- Waterproof mascara
- Overuse of damaging chemicals or processes
- Pulling or tugging at lashes
- Poor diet
Just think about all the times you ripped off those falsies off at night! Ugh. All of that mistreatment does permanent damage to your lashes and brows.
The problem with mistreating your lashes and brows is that such treatment not only causes trauma to the follicle (the base of the hair) causing it not to grow back, but the trauma can also trigger the surrounding area not to grow either. So we just went from 1 plucked-out lash or brow hair to a bald spot in about 5 seconds flat.
*Aging is particularly troublesome, and we'll hit that hard below!
THE SCIENCE OF HAIR GROWTH
When your hair isn't growing, it's either resting or well, dead. If it's dead, there's no bringing it back. If it's resting, we have a chance to stimulate the follicle back into the growing phase.. but how?
The resting phase is called "telogen" while the growing phase is called "anagen"
Research shows that it all starts with essential fatty acids. Essential fatty acids have been found to increase prostaglandin/prostaglanoid production in individuals with a deficiency (Medical Hypotheses, 1980). Prostaglandins stimulate eyelashes to enter and prolong the growth (anagen) stage.
This means, if you supplement your eyelash and eyebrow follicles with essential fatty acids, you may be stimulating prostaglanoid production naturally, which would result in fuller, longer lashes as well as fuller brows.
But one caveat: Back to the research about EFAs and Prostaglandins: Who has a deficiency? Actually, it turns out, our prostaglandin production declines as we age (source). Since prostaglandins are produced locally (source), essential fatty acids produce prostaglandins, and prostaglandins help grow lashes and brows.
How essential fatty acids (EFAs) can stimulate dormant follicles to grow.
That bad news? Your body cannot produce essential fatty acids by itself.
The best way to supplement your body with essential fatty acids is by applying them topically to the area, with a product like WINK. Applying essential fatty acids topically to the area(s) where you'd like to see improvement is the most effective method to get the results you want.
The modern diet is extremely deficient in Omega 3 fatty acids relative to Omega 6s. In fact the average diet has way too much Omega 6: on average 4x too much relative to Omega 3s. WINK is here to fix that - at least for your lashes and brows!
WINK is a mix of Omega 3, Omega 6 and Omega 9 essential fatty acids based on our ancestral diet, from a variety of natural nut and seed oils.
Longer, Thicker Lashes!
I got longer and thicker lashers without chemicals. Kristen experienced lashes that were 14.3% longer and 20% more dense. She grew over 50 new eyelashes with Wink as well.
My Absolute Favorite!
I have been using SHINE for a while and notice a beautiful difference. My skin tone is more even and I am comfortable without makeup.
REWIND is my new holy grail!
I love how nice and moisturized Rewind leaves my face using just a few drops. It absorbs completely and makeup applies nicely on top. I like to mix a drop with my foundation for a natural dewy finish.
I have noticed a slight difference in the length of my lashes, but for sure the strength and thickness of my lashes has increased. I am excited to continue using this product and better results with the continued use!
I think this product works ~ I've been using it faithfully for several years. I believe in it enough to continue to stay on auto-ship. Certainly don't want to try and see what happens if I discontinue use.
I plucked the tails off my eyebrows because I’m clearly a amateur and with this product they really grew back in a month! Couldn’t be more greatful and satisfied with Amalie!
I've been using Wink for about 4 years now. I have eyebrows, (where many women of a certain age) have none!
So far I find this product to be good. I have no negative comments to post. It’s helping my lashes