How To Grow Your Eyelashes

I have yet to meet a woman who does not covet beautiful, long, thick eyelashes. They frame the eyes, making them look wider and brighter. The entire mascara industry is based on the idea that long, fabulous eyelashes are within everyone’s reach.

However, sadly nature doesn’t bless us all with stunning lashes. Luckily there are lots of steps you can take in order to grow your eyelashes to a length that you’re happy with. Obviously, results will vary from person to person, but here are a few things you can do starting today:

How to grow your eyelashes

– Take your makeup off at night

– Get lash extensions (we don’t recommend this as they can weaken your eyelashes – but there’s no harm in them for just one night).

– Sign up for Dermatica’s prescription treatment that can leave you with thicker, stronger and darker lashes!

Dermatica’s prescription treatment

Before you go off to buy another tub of mascara or invest in lash extensions, you may want to discover more about Dermatica’s prescription treatment. 

The formula can be applied to the base of your upper lashes every night and helps to prolong the active growth phase of the eyelash hair cycle as well as increase the number of eyelashes that are produced. This results in gorgeous, long, luscious lashes that will be the envy of your friends!

How does it work?

Dermatica’s prescription treatment contains bimatoprost, and it’s an eye drop treatment used for glaucoma.

I know what you are thinking – is this for real? Yes, yes it is. Glaucoma is a serious medical condition that affects older people where there is increased pressure in the eye. Doctors noticed a while ago that patients treated with bimatoprost eye drops which lower the pressure in the eye also developed long eyelashes.

Does it work? Absolutely! I have been using it to grow my short little eyelashes into the long wispy lashes they are now.

Sign up for a consultation to see if Dermatica’s prescription treatment is suitable for you.

Dr Natalia Spierings
Dr Natalia Spierings
Dr Spierings is a leading consultant dermatologist in the UK with a medical degree from St George's University of London. She has a decade's worth of experience treating acne and anti-ageing, and is dedicated to providing safe, efficient and patient-centred care at every opportunity.
Originally published July 10 2018, updated June 27 2019

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