Get ready to lash out!
According to a new U.S. survey conducted by Wakefield Research on behalf of Allergan, Inc., makers of Botox, three out of four women have admitted to having concerns about their inadequate eyelashes.
Of the women polled in the survey, 49% said they found the thickness or volume of their lashes to be the main issue. 52% of women have noticed that their lashes have gotten thinner, shorter or lighter over time. And, 51% of those surveyed agreed that they either are using more mascara than they'd like, laying it on too thickly, or are afraid to have anyone see them without it.
"In recent years, there has been a trend towards a 'full fringe' around the eyes. Many of my patients who are experiencing thinning of the eyelashes don't realize that there is an FDA approved treatment for inadequate lashes," said Dr. Doris Day. Dr. Day provides many of her patients with a prescription for Latisse, an FDA approved option to grow eyelashes longer, fuller and darker. But the physician also has tips for women to help improve the lashes they already have:
Dermatologist Dr. Doris Day recommends we remember the following:
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