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Are Eyelash Growth Products Safe to Use?

Updated on December 15, 2014

Face is the mirror of your personality; who you are, how you are can be truly depicted by your face. Eyes are the focal point and a window to a women’s sole. Lashes surrounding the eyes serve a protective function and contribute to a women’s loveliness. Larger than life lashes emphasize eyes by making them appear larger, thus making them attention grabbing.

How to get Long and Dense Eyelashes?

There are many factors that playing a vital role in how to grow eyelashes. With growing age, it is possible to see more eyelash loss than earlier. The best methods to help growth of eyelashes are: eating well, getting eyelash extensions, using mascara or using eyelash growth products such as Maxolash and LiLash.

What do Eyelash Extensions do?

Although extensions are expensive alternative that is to be kept up. Generally, eyelash extensions tend to fall out after a certain amount of time but they can be a good alternative. This is especially true for those looking to save time in the morning by not having to apply any mascara or any other products. Eyelash extensions add length to the eyelashes just like a hair extension adds to the hair.

Can diet affect lash growth?

In order to stimulate the growth of the eyelashes, a person needs to make it sure that he/she intakes the proper vitamins and mineral which stimulate the growth of hair. These are:

  • Vitamin C
  • Vitamin E
  • Vitamin B
  • Magnesium
  • Zinc
  • Sulphur
  • Beta-carotene

Amino acid is also important for the body this will make the body generate more keratin which is the main constituent in hair, eyelashes, nails and skin. Similarly, unhealthy and deep fried foods actually eliminate the nutrients that body has already acquired.

Is Mascara helpful?

Mascara has turn out to be one of the most popular eyelash enhancer as it is inexpensive. Mascaras contain microfibers that help in the growth of eyelashes. However, mascara can also have an adverse effect on the growth of lashes or eyelashes if used too much. If mascara is used as an eyelash enhancer, it is very important to clean it off well at night. This means, use an eye makeup remover to gently wipe off the mascara. If this is not done growth of lashes can be affected badly.

Are Eyelash Growth Stimulators Safe?

Now a days more and more products are available that help with the growth and thickening of eyelashes. After using these products for a little while, there would not be any need to use other eyelash enhancers such as mascara, eyelash extensions or false eyelashes. Most of these products have been proven to work. The following are some of the proven benefits of these eyelash enhancers:

  • Customers noticed that their eyelashes appear to be longer after using the product as instructed
  • Most eyelash enhancers come with no salt and are therefore less irritating as compared to their competitors that have salt.
  • One tube of a product like Maxolash with regular use, will last about five months.
  • Products made from natural ingredients come with no side effects.

Discover which product is best for you:

After years of wasting money on eyelash enhancer products you tend to be hesitant on spend more money on one more miracle in one bottle. If you truly desire to enhance your eyelashes and hate using fake eyelashes or wearing globs of mascara researching for eyelash enhancer products might be helpful.

There are various eyelash growth products in the market, so it is important for you to do the research and ensure that there are no unusual adverse side effects related to the eyelash enhancer that is chosen. It is normal for some people to react to any cosmetic products. But, some products may have more serious effects than others.


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