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Making Your Eyelashes Look Fuller

If you were born with the condition hypotrichosis, your eyelashes are probably narrower and thinner than you would like them to be. They probably don’t look as full and lush as some of your friend’s eyelashes or the models you see on television or on magazine pages. Allergies to certain medications or even make-up can also cause your eyelashes to be thin and narrow. A diet poor in nutritional foods can also lead to thinning eyelashes. Is there anything you can do? Fortunately, the answer is yes.

Some experts recommend vitamins and minerals, such as Vitamin A, Vitamin B, and Brewers Yeast to contribute naturally to growing healthy eyelashes. Other natural remedies include rubbing castor oil, Vitamin E oil, or linseed oil onto your lashes and eyelids before you turn in for the evening. Let a good night’s rest help the natural properties to soak in and work. Many believe natural remedies are better than a prescription solution such as Latisse.

Eyelash extensions and false eyelashes can also help the look of your lashes. Applying them daily can take a little getting used to but once you have the technique mastered, you should be able to dress your eyes up in seconds.

Many eyelash conditioners are on the market and available over-the-counter (OTC) that promise to build up your eyelashes and make new growth stronger. LiLash is one example of an OTC product that offers you the appearance of longer and thicker lashes – fast! It is similar to liquid eyeliner and, applied daily, should start showing results in four to six weeks. Don’t expect transformation overnight. It takes time for your eyelashes to be stimulated into new and stronger growth, but the wait will be worth it. One strategic advantage that sets LiLash apart from other lash builders is the fact that it uses a non-irritating formula with no salt. Some other eyelash growth treatments can cause excess sensitivity and redness to your eyes. Your eyes are a very important and vulnerable part of your body that you want to treat with the utmost respect.

Besides looking glamorous and adding to your self-esteem, eyelashes also provide protection for your eyes. In acting much as a cat’s whiskers, your eyelashes can alert you to the fact that an insect or dust mite is near so you will have time to react and protect yourself. Your eyes and your vision as some of your most precious possessions and you want to treat them with caution and care.