What Causes Loss of Lashes?

Hormonal changes and even changes in your body as you get older. Changes in the eyelashes when you get older are completely natural since your eyelash follicle slows down the process of growing new eyelashes and may even stop production altogether.

Certain medication and endocrine disorders can also cause lashes to fall off or even halt the production of eyelashes temporarily. An example of this would be a person going through chemo therapy which usually involves the falling out of hair. In these situations the only thing you can do is to wait for your body to naturally restore itself after your treatment. Eating food rich in vitamins will also help your eyelashes grow back faster.

Mascaras, especially those of the water proof variety, because of the chemicals in them, can trigger an allergic reaction that can cause damage to the eyelashes which in turn causes them to fall off.

Nutrient deficiency may also cause eyelash loss. Sudden drastic changes in your food intake, which is most common in dieting, may be the reason your eyelashes are falling off. When you’re missing out on Vitamins H, C, E and B6, then it is highly possible that your lashes will become dry and brittle which sooner or later will lead to loss of hair in the eyelash region.

Treatment Options:

For beautiful lashes, try our quick and easy 3000BC Eyelash Tinting service! In practically no time, you can have gorgeous dark and defined lashes.  Eyelash tinting can provide the ideal solution for many people.  Eyelash tinting is a fairly simple 3000BC service designed to provide the darkening effect of mascara on a more permanent basis. In as little as 30 minutes, you can have deliciously darkened lashes.  The effects of the procedure should last 4 to 6 weeks.

Latisse is the first FDA-approved treatment for inadequate or not enough lashes.

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