The serum gives your lashes a boost when they’re in the growth phase of the growth cycle. When you stop using the serum and the growth cycle has run its course, they will shed and grow back to their normal length.
Do you have to use eyelash serum forever?
The Takeaway. Lash serum is a more permanent way to make your eyelashes fuller and longer without having to rely on mascara. While Latisse is the only lash serum approved by the FDA and requires a prescription, there are over-the-counter options available.
Do eyelash serums stop working after a while?
The problem with eyelash serums is that while many do seem to be effective, they only work as long as you’re using them and your lashes will go back to normal after you cease using the product.
How long should you use eyelash serum?
How often should I use the lash serum? To achieve best results, lash serums must be used regularly for roughly 4-6 weeks. Although we have found most users start noticing differences around 2-3 weeks of use.
Is eyelash serum bad for your eyes?
Lash Serum Safety
Lombardi says. “It works well and gives patients significant results.” Like any drug, however, there are potential risks and side effects, including dry eyes, eyelid darkening, and, in rare cases, eye color change.
Are lash growth serums bad for you?
There can be risks associated with lash boosting products, including: Allergic reaction to ingredients. Unwanted hair growth on spots other than the lash line where serum has made contact. Dry, itchy, and/or red eyes.
Do Lash growth serums really work?
Currently, there is only one product proven effective for growth and thickness, which is Latisse. The FDA-approved serum is formulated with an active ingredient called bimatoprost, which not only causes existing lashes to become longer, but it also stimulates growth in hair follicles not currently producing lashes.