Unwanted hair growth in areas the product repeatedly touches. Darkening of the eyelids. Reduced eye pressure, which could mask glaucoma. Permanently increased iris pigmentation, which could irreversibly turn your light eyes brown, especially if your irises are hazel or green.
Are eyelash serums dangerous?
There can be risks associated with lash boosting products, including: Allergic reaction to ingredients. Unwanted hair growth on spots other than the lash line where serum has made contact. Dry, itchy, and/or red eyes.
Can eyelash growth serum affect vision?
Some people still have side effects, though, including: Red, dry, or itchy eyes. Eye and eyelid swelling or irritation. Darkening of eyelid skin.
Do lash serums darken your eyes?
When it comes to growing and building full, thick lashes, serums are our go-to. But in some eye colours, they can actually cause the iris to darken. According to Dr Rupa Wong – who wrote an article explaining why this happens – some eye colours can change with certain serums that have specific active ingredients.
Can lash boost damage your eyes?
No. ENHANCEMENTS Lash Boost does not cause discoloration or change in pigmentation of the iris. Those serious side effects are associated with the warnings on drug products only.
Are lash serums worth it?
In order for a lash serum to really make a difference, it has to affect the growth cycle of the hair. And only one is proven to do that: Latisse, which is the only FDA-approved treatment proven to make eyelashes grow. It can extend the anagen growth phase, and it is actually effective.
Can Latisse change your eye color?
LATISSE® use may cause increased brown iris pigmentation of the colored part of the eye which is likely to be permanent. While very infrequent, increased iris pigmentation has occurred when LATISSE® solution was administered.
How can I grow my eyelashes naturally?
Olive oil with or without lemon: Apply a small amount of olive oil with or without lemon peel infused in it on the eyelashes at night before bed and wash it off in the morning. Castor oil: Apply a small amount of castor oil on the eyelashes each night before bed and wash it off in the morning.
Why is RevitaLash not sold in California?
We don’t currently sell RevitaLash® Advanced in the state of California due to a court ruling in a private lawsuit; however, we are sold in over 10,000 physician offices, spas, salons and specialty retailers in over 70 countries.