Birds of prey are endlessly fascinating. I belong to a raptor preservation group that is a non-profit organization seeking funding for our cause. I am not referring to the Toronto Raptors team from Ontario. I am not referring to the Yamaha ATV or the Ford Raptor F-150. These may all be worthy of the name, but they have nothing in common with the golden eagle. It is a rare bird and should be our feathered friend. Instead it is stalked, killed, and stuffed as a souvenir. People fear predatory birds, but they have their designated role in nature. They feed on pesky rodents and insects for example. Perhaps the world would be overrun with these small critters if there were no raptors flying about. They have amazing keen vision that allows them to see at night and powerful talons and sharp beaks. All in all, a raptor puts me in awe.
My preservation group has found an interesting source of money. A friend sells makeup from her home and she has agreed to donate all proceeds to us. One of her best-selling products is an eyelash growth serum, so I am here to give it a shout out. I would do anything to help her hawk her cosmetic wares. She has been watching our group for a while now and has notices how we promote and publicize our cause. Every little bit help and we welcome her contribution. I didn’t know what eyelash growth serum was, so I looked it up. People are born with thin, short, long, or thick lashes—or a combination of traits. It is no doubt genetic and you must live with what Mother Nature has given you. If you are not well endowed with good lashes and want to have Eyelashes to Die For, there are serums for this purpose. You can grow your lashes if you are diligent about using one every day. They moisture brittle lashes that tend to fall out. If you can keep what you have, you already are ahead of the game. If you can grow more, so much the better. Her serum does not require a medical prescription like some on the market. They sting the eyes, change the pupil color, and make the eyes red. Okay, they do work, but my friend has come up with a natural, organic answer.
Her serum is nontoxic and safe although it has not been tested on animals. I am pleased to reveal that fact. It is plant-based and has a humectant that binds all the ingredients together. A humectant is a vital part of many cosmetic and hair care products. Thus, it has a long history of effectiveness. Due to the quality of my friend’s eyelash growth serum, I expect it to do well. This bodes well for our raptor group. We want to pass the word and tout something that is pure environmentally friendly. Great care goes into the cleanliness of her lab.