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RevitaLash Cosmetics Founder Dr. Brinkenhoff

It Began with Love

“I’m very fortunate, in my own small way, to have been able to help Gayle through her recovery. Watching her be excited about her beautiful looking lashes has been a real joy.
-Dr. Michael Brinkenhoff

Revitalash products were created to not only improve brows and lashes, but also revitalize the mind, body, and spirit–thus, the name RevitaLash Cosmetics.

Founder, Dr. Michael Brinkenhoff, created the first product as a solution to help his wife, Gayle, feel beautiful during her courageous fight against breast cancer. From that single, original product comes an entire collection of beauty-enhancing, solution-oriented cosmetics that revitalize the natural beauty and inner spirit of all women, while giving back to the cause that started it all.

Iconic Lash Conditioner

Established in 2006, the Revitalash story began with just one product – RevitaLash Advanced Eyelash Conditioner – which improves the appearance of natural eyelashes. Not only does it protect the lashes from everyday damage, but it also makes them stronger and more flexible, and is gentle enough for use with contact lenses or lash extensions.

Brow and Haircare

Similar to the RevitaLash Advanced Eyelash Conditioner, the RevitaBrow Advanced Eyebrow Conditioner improves eyebrows damaged from over-plucking and styling and gives the appearance of a thicker, fuller brow.

The hair collection has three products to address thinning hair. These products are lightweight enough to be used daily and help bring back fullness to hair. Additionally, the unisex collection will add shine and help improve scalp condition.


Cruelty free, with vegan friendly options!


Free from fragrance, parabens, phthalates, and gluten.


Products can be used with lash extensions or fake eyelashes!

*RevitaLash is available in Oklahoma, Kansas, Arkansas, Kentucky, Iowa, Nebraska, Wisconsin, Minnesota, and parts of Indiana.