Rodan and Fields Lash Boost
While some people are born with short and thin eyelashes, others may notice that their lashes are thinning due to age. For many, thin, short lashes can cause self-consciousness and frustration trying to find products to help achieve the desired results. With Rodan and Fields Lash Boost, you can achieve effective and beautiful results for a boost in confidence!
What is Lash Boost?
Rodan and Fields Lash Boost is a nightly eyelash conditioning serum to improve the length, volume, and definition of the eyelashes and eyebrows. This can help you to achieve the fuller, more youthful lashes you desire, easily and quickly!
Is Lash Boost Right for Me?
Healthy individuals who are looking to achieve fuller, darker, and longer lashes can often benefit from Lash Boost. Those who are If you’re pregnant or nursing, being treated for any eye-related disorder, undergoing cancer treatment, or prone to dry eyes or styes may not be good candidates. Please contact our office today to learn more about candidacy.
What Happens During Treatment?
You should use Rodan and Fields Lash Boost once daily at night, on the upper lash line only. To begin, remove any makeup and cleanse your face. Be sure to dry your eyelids and lashes completely. Next, apply the lash boost serum only along the upper lash lines. Dip the brush once per eye and wipe away any excess product on the brush before applying. Gently wipe away any excess serum from the eyelids or lashes. Wait about 90 seconds for the serum to dry before going to sleep or applying any other procedures near the eyes. Do not wash your face or eye area after applying.
You will be able to see improvement in the appearance of your lashes in as little as four weeks. However, it is recommended that you continue to use the product for at least eight weeks for the best results. If you were to stop using this product, your lashes will gradually revert to their original appearance.
Schedule a Consultation
Are you ready to achieve the fuller, thicker, darker lashes you desire? If so, contact our Kalamazoo office by calling or filling out our online form.