As we age, eyelash follicles (the openings in the skin through which eyelashes grow) can slow down or stop producing new eyelashes altogether. Your eyelashes naturally thin as you age. For the most part, you shouldn't worry too much about it. Your eyelashes are like the hair on your head.
It grows, rests, moves and grows back. Eyelashes grow through the eye follicles. The older we get, the slower our growth process becomes. This is how your eyelashes start to thin out.
Thinning eyelashes is part of the aging process. So, if you think you're no longer wearing those long, thick eyelashes that you used to have when you were 20, don't worry. In most cases, there is no reason to feel anxious, you still have doubts, see a dermatologist. Menopause-related hormonal changes weaken our follicles, slowing down or completely stopping eyelash growth.
As you age, your eyelashes may become thinner and lighter in color. They can also grow slower and fall off more easily. However, they won't necessarily be shortened. The length of the eyelashes is determined by the number of hair follicles, or hair-producing cells, in the eyelids.
The formula performs a dual function by extending the active growth phase of the eyelash hair cycle and increasing the number of lashes produced, resulting in beautiful, long and lush eyelashes. You can find eyelash strips to apply yourself at home or go to your hairdressing professional for extremely natural looking lashes, lock by lock. Long, thick lashes are both flashy and attractive, and when thinned and shortened, it's absolutely disappointing. The Latisse solution contains an active ingredient called “bimatoprost” that is known for its ability to improve eyelash growth.
Some types of mascara contain conditioners, such as lipid or peptide complexes, that can help promote eyelash growth. Some of these body changes are easier to accept than others, but thinning your eyelashes isn't one of them. So how long does it take for them to grow back? Approximately six weeks if there was no damage to the eyelid or follicle; longer if the eyelash was plucked Other reasons for thinning your eyelashes If you're reading this and you're telling yourself that you're not old enough to have thinner eyelashes, there are a few other reasons why your eyelashes might be thinning. Removing false eyelashes without first using an oil-based cleanser to soften the glue also damages natural lashes.
The product serves as a safe and promising solution for obtaining permanent eyelash length and thickness.