Thicker Eyelashes Treatment
Full Luscious Eyelashes
They’re one quality almost every woman wants. While lots of women fight with temporary solutions like eyelash extensions and heavy mascara, they not only wear off over time, but they can cause your natural lashes to turn into a dry, brittle mess.
Now, you can grow longer, fuller, thicker, darker eyelashes – with prescription products from Balm of Gilead Health & Wellness Center.
Our prescription treatment is designed as a solution for hypotrichosis, or those who have inadequate lash growth. And don’t worry, even if you wear contacts, this can still be the perfect solution.
Our solution is a prescription treatment for hypotrichosis used to grow eyelashes, making them longer, thicker and darker.
Expectations and Results
It is a once-a-day treatment you apply topically to the base of the upper eyelashes. Patients in clinical trials saw results in a few as 8 weeks with full results after 12 to 16 weeks.
Available by prescription at Balm of Gilead Health & Wellness Center, it has been proven effective again and again. Most people get full, thick, dark lashes within just four months of the initial application. False eyelashes and those other rough treatments can quickly become a thing of the past.
Stimulate the Growth of Your Own Lashes
This is not simply and exchange or upgrade from Mascara. The product actually affects the growth of your lashes. During the growth phase of the lashes, it increases the length as well as the number of hairs your body produces.
As soon as 8 weeks, you may begin to notice a difference because the product works gradually. If you still want to use mascara, you certainly can, but you may find with fuller lashes like these, that’s no longer an issue for you.
As long as you continue to use the prescription product, your eyelashes will stay just as full as you want them to be. Once you stop, however, you can expect your eyelashes to return to their original state over the course of several weeks.
If you miss a few nights, don’t worry. Just get back to your regular application schedule, and you shouldn’t notice much of a change.