How to Prevent Eyelash Shedding?
Eat Healthy Diet
Aging and menopause often result in deficiencies and hormonal imbalances in our bodies. Therefore, your lashes need fatty acids, proteins, and vitamins. According to a scientific study increasing the intake of biotin and collagen helps in improving hair health. Eggs, fishes, and chicken are good sources of biotin and collagen.
Invest in a Good Eyelash Serum
As we grow old, one of the biggest reasons for eyelash shedding is our body’s inability to absorb nutrients from the diet. As a result, eyelashes grow thinner, sparse, and take longer to regrow.
Our Prime Lash growth serum for mature eyelashes contains essential proteins, vitamins, and unique moisturizing agents that stimulate growth by keeping the follicle in the anagen phase.
Use Good Quality Cosmetics
The roots of your lashes are important. Preserve them. If they’re dead, they cannot be recovered. Unfortunately, certain products use harmful chemicals and preservatives that cause this irreparable loss to the users.
Our mascara for mature women provides the needed nourishment to the roots with every application. It contains Vitamins A, B, C, E, and H in a base of essential fatty acid-rich olive oil and avocado oil that provides strength and encourages growth.
Ditch Eyelash Curler
Another way to prevent eyelash shedding is avoiding lash curling tools. To create a curling effect, these tools clamp down on lashes.
And repeated clamping on the same area causes physical damage resulting in eyelash loss. Using curlers while wearing mascara can be even more dangerous.
Remove Makeup Carefully
A big mistake we often make is not removing makeup while going to sleep.
The reality is mascara can make your eyelashes more brittle. Prolonged application of the product may cause itching and rubbing and eventually eyelash fall-outs.
Next time, remember to take off your eye makeup no matter how late or tired you are.