Why choose eyelash enhancement serum?
There is no doubt that eyelashes are a pretty and appealing feature. Good eyelashes frame the face and define the eye area. For many of us, this can only be achieved with false eyelashes or extensions and plenty of mascara to really boost the lashes.
At last, there is a way to make your own natural eyelashes thicker and longer.
A once daily home application of our special eyelash growth serum makes your own lashes grow longer and thicker.
Results are noticeable just 7 days after first use and build up to their full impact after 3 months.
Our before and after pictures show what results can be achieved using eyelash enhancement serum. This is an at-home treatment using a special serum which is available from our team of aesthetic medical professionals at SkinViva clinic in Manchester.
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Longer, thicker, darker lashes after using eyelash enhancement serum
This patient's beautiful before and after photos show lashes before treatment
5 weeks later
How does eyelash enhancement serum work?
How does eyelash growth serum work?
The once-daily application of our eyelash growth serum extends the time period that each individual eyelash stays in the growth stage (anagen stage) of the hair growth cycle. As a result, lashes grow stronger, thicker, darker, and longer.
Average results achieved are lashes which are:
- 25% longer
- 106% thicker
- 18% darker
As you get underway with applying the serum, you’ll first notice changes in length. Then, gradually, you’ll see more thickness and the lashes will appear darker. If you’re pleased with how things are going by the time you get to around 8 weeks then don’t stop there. Full results are seen at around week 16 by which time you’ll have the full effect of your longer, thicker, darker eyelashes.
What does eyelash enhancement serum cost?
What does eyelash growth serum cost?
|Eyelash Enhancement – 3 month supply||£195.00||£43.33||£65.00|
Got a Question?
It is possible for hair growth to occur in other areas of your skin that the serum frequently touches. Any excess solution outside the upper eyelid margin should be blotted with a tissue or other absorbent material to reduce the chance of this happening.