Careprost knows your eyelash growth cycle
Long, luxurious healthy eyelashes are on most women’s beauty wish lists, but not everyone has the good fortune to have them naturally. There are many ways to re grow your eyelash. one way you can fake it, another way using eyelash growth product. If you want growth our eyelash natural, then you must to learn about the growth cycle of your lash.
The life of lashes. Besides looking good, lashes have a crucial role in the health of eyes. "Eyelashes play an important role in protecting the eye from foreign bodies," according to Dr Susan Blakeney, clinical advisor to the College of Optometrists. They sense when something is near the eye and stimulate the blink reflex which is protective. A lash can last about three months before falling out and can take two months or more to completely grow back. If you've ever marvelled over a child’s lush lashes, you may think yours have thinned out. However, that's likely to be an optical illusion. We are born with a set number of follicles and this doesn't change as we age. Although some lashes may fall out over time, we essentially have the same number of lashes throughout life.
Why we lose lashes? Time and abuse can damage lashes, so that they fail to grow in as thick and long as they did when we were younger. "Much like other hair, eyelashes naturally fall out once they have finished their own life cycle," says Dr Blakeney. Other factors can have an impact on eyelash loss, much like loss of hair elsewhere. These include alopecia, eyelid inflammation and chemotherapy. You can be your eyelashes' worst enemy. Wear and tear can result from rubbing or tugging at eyelids, sleeping in mascara (the stiffness can break lashes), and wearing water-proof mascara, which can be drying. "To look after your lashes, don’t pull them out or rub your eyes too often," says Dr Blakeney. "If you rub your eyes because they feel itchy or uncomfortable, make sure you visit your optometrist to find out what’s irritating them so this can be treated."