Over the past couple of years, an alarming side effect of using one particular eyelash growth serum has made tidal waves in health and beauty circles. The product in question is, of course, Latisse, the first FDA certified eyelash growth serum which doesn’t require people to have a prescription.
Why Would Latisse make your Eyelashes fall Out?
The reason why stopping using Latisse can lead to rapid hair fall from the eyelash area is simple. The active ingredient in Latisse, bimatoprost, is an artificial eyelash growth stimulant. This being the case, while users do grow longer, thicker lashes as a result of topically applying bimatoprost; when bimatoprost isn’t applied to hair follicles, they will quickly reset to their natural growth cycles.
Is there a Safer Alternative to Bimatoprost
The good news is that no one needs to use bimatoprost to achieve longer more luscious eyelashes. Myristoyl pentapeptide-17, for example, is also clinically proven to spur more voluminous eyelash growth. The only difference is that myristoyl pentapeptide-17 is actually produced by the human body itself. In this case, while topping up your supply of the hair growth enhancing protein will encourage better eyelash growth, taking it away again won’t result in eyelashes immediately falling out.
Why Hollyberry Eyelash Growth Serum is the Right Choice
At Hollyberry cosmetics, we don’t believe it trying to trick the body via artificial means to rejuvenate or facilitate better eyelash growth. Instead, our range of cosmetics use only ingredients found in nature and the human body itself. This is why the myristoyl pentapeptide-17 found in our own eyelash growth serum is combined with hyaluronic acid, the bodies own moisturizer.
Being fast absorbing, the hyaluronic acid in our serum helps lock myristoyl pentapeptide-17 into the eyelash follicles where it is needed, and where after 2-6 weeks of use, it will begin to encourage significantly better eyelash growth. The only question, of course, is do you want results yesterday which might fall out again tomorrow? Or would you prefer to use an eyelash serum made using completely natural ingredients which definitely won't see your new eyelashes fall out as soon as you stop using it?