How Long Does Lash Growth Serum Take to See Results?

Are you looking for a way to enhance your eyelashes and make them longer? Lash growth serums are a popular choice, but how long do they take to work? The answer depends on the brand and type of serum you use. Generally, it takes 7 to 14 days for eyelash serums to start working, and up to 12 weeks for full results. Flawless Lashes by Loreta recommends using their eyelash growth serum for 3 months for best results. This triple peptide product is enriched with multivitamins, multifunctional proteins and anti-polluting ingredients, and is gentle enough for those who wear contact lenses or have eyelash extensions.

Latisse is a popular prescription-only prostaglandin-like eyelash serum. It usually takes three to four months before you see the full results, but you should start seeing changes in length after the fourth week. After continued use, the thickness and darkness of the eyelashes will appear. By week 16, you should see the full effects of the solution.

Over-the-counter eyelash serums are available at local pharmacies and makeup counters. These products usually need to be applied two or three times a day close to the root of the lashes. However, it's important to be careful as it can be difficult to prevent the products from coming into contact with the skin or eyes. It's also important to note that not all serums are made the same way, so there can be a big difference in how long they take to work.

Additionally, if you stop using the serum, your eyelashes will return to their normal appearance and may lose some fullness, length, and pigment if you stop using it for about a week. Finally, it's important to be aware of any potential side effects when using an eyelash growth serum. If you experience any negative side effects such as itching or redness in the eyes, unwanted hair growth in areas that the product touches repeatedly, darkening of the eyelids, reduced eye pressure or permanent increase in iris pigmentation, stop using it immediately and consult a doctor.

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