Latisse vs Faux Lashes

Latisse vs Faux LashesDid you know that your eyelashes protect from your eyes from debris? They are very sensitive to touch and causes an involuntary blink whenever there is an object close to the eye. There is an ongoing debate in the cosmetic industry, in regards to eyelashes. Some want to see real lash growth while others prefer to a provisional option by purchasing. There is an ongoing debate in the cosmetic industry, in regards to eyelashes. Some want to see real lash growth while others prefer to a provisional option by purchasing lash extensions.

The temporary appearance of extra lashes might appeal to those who want more luxurious, dramatic lashes, maybe for a night out or an all-day glamorous look. Beauty comes with a price, and while faux lashes may give the look of extravagance they have been proven to cause serious damage, if not applied by a licensed beautician. They have been around for many years and experts say that more mature women are more likely to experience damage than younger age groups.

We’ve compiled a small list below, to outline some of the potential limitations when using faux lashes over extended periods.

  • Failure to apply by a professional may result in temporary damage or worse, corrective eye surgery.
  • Quality faux lashes are expensive and cheaper version contain more harmful chemicals.
  • In some cases, unnatural looking eyelashes
  • Glues and other agents may damage natural lashes and eyesight, permanently worsening over time with extended use.
  • Faux lashes tend to loosen and fall off

Lash extension may seem like a viable option for short term use, however if you love the look of long lashes consider Latisse™, for a safer option. Whether it’s for medical or cosmetic reasons, Latisse™ offers a lasting look that do not require chemicals that may potentially impair your eyesight.

Juvederm : Best Choice for Wrinkle-Free Skin

JuvedermThere are various reasons why Juvederm has become the preferred choice for anti-wrinkle treatments in the face. Wrinkles make people look older than usual and often become the cause of embarrassment. Juvederm has become the preferred choice because of how fast it acts and ensures that the wrinkles are taken care of. Results are shown on the face within a few hours of Juvederm being administered, the area around the nose and the mouth look young again, thereby ensuring that one gains confidence. This is a big reason why it has become the preferred choice.

Another reason Juvederm has become a preferred choice is because the treatment stays up to a year, which is a fairly long time as far as wrinkles are concerned. Often when injected with other medicines, people have to seek medication again after a period of three or six months, making it more expensive on their behalf. With Juvederm, the treatment lies for a year which ensures that for one whole year, one need not worry about wrinkles at all. Financially, Juvederm is a highly viable option as one needs to spend only once a year.

Myths About Botox

Trust us, we’ve done our research and now it’s time to clear a few superstitions pertaining to Botox.

The fact is, there are individuals who are not completely qualified to conduct Botox session, but they do it anyway. With any minor or major procedure, conduct your own research and be thoroughly informed about what you need to know. We narrowed down the most popular myths about Botox to address the concerns, so you can be at ease if you should consider getting Botox in the future.Myths About Botox

  • “If I Get Botox, my face will be frozen.”

This is the most popular myth, and an understandable one. The images we see in media, resonate with us, but this is absolutely untrue. Botox DOES NOT erase  natural facial expressions.

  • “Botox is only for those wanting to get rid of wrinkles.”

Botox’s initial use was for cosmetic purposes, but further clinical studies have indicated that Botox can be used to relieve a myriad of medical conditions. This includes strabismus, eyelid muscle spasms, chronic migraine, cervical dystonia, overactive bladder, excessive underarm sweating, and upper limb spasticity.


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