Longer. Fuller. Thicker.
Every woman would love to use these words to describe their eye lashes. Unfortunately, the aging process affects hair follicles, and you may notice your once full lashes are becoming sparse, thin or brittle. You could hide these changes with eye lash extensions or by wearing false eyelashes. But, what if you could hydrate and nourish your natural lashes so they were again full, thick and healthy? Here are some tips from Alphaeon Beauty, developers of a line of skin care products designed to meet the expectations of the women who use them.
Remove your mascara: Each night remove all traces of eye makeup, especially mascara, to ensure your lashes have tto breathe while you sleep.
Use an effective anti-aging eye cream: Once you’ve removed your eye makeup, apply an eye cream that effectively reduces the appearance of fine lines and crow’s feet.
Nourish your eye lashes: Use an eye lash serum daily to condition and strengthen your lashes. When used correctly, you’ll have longer, fuller lashes that will give you younger looking eyes.
Use an Eye Lash Tool: Once you have noticed some added volume and length, train your lashes to curl up and out. Use and eye lash curler each morning before applying your mascara to amplify your results.
Use a great mascara: Use a mascara that boosts your lashes, but avoid overdoing it. If you are looking for lush lashes, opt for a volumizing mascara, and if a long, fanned-out effect is more your style, reach for a lengthening formula instead.
Alphaeon Beauty Eyelash Serum
The staff here at Uptown Eye Care has been using Alphaeon Beauty Eyelash Serum with some amazing results. In just 6 weeks each of us noticed significant improvements to the appearance of our eye lashes.
In addition to these steps, remember that omega-3 fatty acids are crucial for maintaining healthy skin, hair and eyes. For product recommendations, ask any of our doctors here at Uptown Eye Care. You can contact us by phone, 763-271-2020, or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Before & After Images
*Data on file. Eyelash Serum Consumer Perception Study