Do Eyelashes Normally Thin as You Age?

Have you ever notice how long and beautiful a child’s eyelashes are? As we age, our lashes begin to thin out, regardless if you are a male or female. Just like in animals, who may not be able to shield their eyes, lashes are a protective mechanism meant to keep debris out.   Eyelashes also “frame” our eyes and add beauty.

Should I Be Concerned Regarding My Thinning Eyelashes?

Do eyelashes thin as you age?Your eyelashes naturally thin as you age. For the most part, you shouldn’t be overly concerned with it. Your lashes are like the hair on your head. It grows, rests, shed’s, and regrows. Your lashes grow through your eye follicles. The older we get, the slower our growth process becomes. This is how your lashes start to thin out.

Other Reasons For Thinning Eyelashes
If you’re reading this and saying to yourself how you’re not old enough to have thinning lashes, there are a few other reasons your eyelashes could be thinning. Constant rubbing along your lashes or eyelid can cause thinning. This is especially true for women who wear eyeliner and mascara. When you rub to take your makeup off, you are irritating your lids and your eyelashes.

Another reason for thinning of your lashes is simply having eye irritants. If you rub your eyes constantly, you eventually will irritate the follicles. Also, there is pure scientific reasoning of thinning lashes including family heredity, taking certain medications, and certain medical conditions. For any major concerns regarding your eyes, you should always speak with your primary doctor or optometrist.

What Are Home Treatment Options For My Thinning Eyelashes?

You don’t have to live with thinned lashes. There are home remedies that can help you achieve the look of beautiful eyelashes again. Most are temporary, but you will feel great about them and possibly fool everyone around you. Whatever method you choose, be sure to give your lids a breather.

Wear eye makeup such as mascara. There are so many mascara products on the market now such as thickening or extended lash formulas.

False lashes are a huge hit in today’s beauty era. You can find eyelash strips to apply yourself at home or go to your salon professional for strand by strand extremely natural looking lashes.

Are There Other Options For My Thinning Eyelashes?

There is also a prescription treatment available and you can speak to your dermatologist about it. It’s called Latisse. Latisse is FDA approved to assist in growing long, healthy, and fuller lashes in approximately 16 weeks.

There is extreme process that only your doctor or dermatologist can determine is right for you. It’s an eyelash transplant. This procedure involves transferring your scalp follicles to your eyelids.

Now that you are aware of all your options regarding thin lashes, you can make an informed decision on what to do about them, if anything at all.

Make sure to talk to your dermatologist before applying any unnatural treatment to your eyelids.

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