Sometimes, small changes can make a big difference. By enhancing the appearance of eyelashes, you can put the focus where it belongs: on your face and your beautiful eyes. As we age our lashes become thinner and lighter, there are various options available to improve the appearance of your lashes.
More than enhancing your beauty, your eyes help you see the world –one of the most essential senses. If you’re considering a treatment that affects this important, sensitive area, you need a physician with the medical knowledge to ensure safety and effectiveness. Dr. Ashwani Singh, in addition to being a skilled cosmetic doctor, has training in surgery and general medicine. He is a physician you can trust to prescribe a topical eyelash enhancement serum.
- Topical serums
- Oils such as Virgin coconut oil and olive oil
- Temporary Lashes
- Eyelash Extensions
- Topical treatments (Latisse®, Rapid Lash, Eye Envy)
How it Works
Mascara is temporary option, coating the lashes and lasting until it is washed off. Despite the many variations, all formulas contain the same basic elements: pigmentation, oils, and waxes. Over the counter topical serums claim to stimulate growth of the eyelashes, these serums range in price and application method.
Topical solutions treat hypotrichosis (inadequate eyelashes). As a result, lashes become longer, thicker, and darker *. Latisse® is only available by prescription, therefore your doctor can discuss the product with you to ensure if Latisse® is right for you. Other topical treatments such as Rapid Lash and Eye Envy may be available without a prescription.
False eyelashes are applied to your own lashes. They come in three different options, mink, synthetic or or silk and a variety of styles. Temporary lashes may last for a one time use, extensions are applied with glue and last a few weeks and shed with your natural lashes, requiring them to be filled to maintain the look. It is important to know that this is an unregulated industry and you should look at all your options for eyelash enhancement to determine what is best for you and your eyes.