Finding the best eyelash growth products is simply a matter of finding these 6 herbs in the ingredients. Herbs such as alfalfa, arnica, kelp, nettle, bitter orange and organic derivative honey, figure very in both eyelash loss prevention and growth. You can of course grow and find them independently and create your own mixture, but that is highly not recommended. It would be best if you find them ready made in a prepared serum that's already been clinically tested.
These serums are in high demand specifically now when it's been revealed that artificial eyelash enhancement products have been touted as dangerous because of their adhesive components. Most of these enhancers contain adhesives such as formaldehyde and cyano acrylate, better known as super glue or crazy glue. Would you like that in your eyes? Eyelash growth products that contain these are highly toxic as recently been concluded by studies and you should avoid them at all costs.
Organic serums are your best option to ensure that you have thicker and fuller eyelashes.
Knowing how these herbs can work wonders in your eyelashes is a matter of familiarizing yourself with a little science. Most of these herbs act as phyto-estrogens which is simply a fancy name for estrogen that's found in plants. They are mild hormones that act in lieu of human hormones that stimulate growth. Some of these herbal parts also prevent hair loss. While some may also act as a natural hair conditioner that is effective in moisturizing your eyelashes to ensure that they are kept healthy.
You may be asking why these are essential to eyelashes when they are primarily focused on hair growth and hair loss prevention. The simple answer is eyelashes are simply hair!
The focus of mainstream media on artificial enhancers has welcomed us farher away from these natural solutions that have been there all along. Nature has been providing us these eyelash growth products before we were even aware of it. Thanks to the resurgence of the natural and organic movement, our eyes have been opened to see that growing naturally long eyelashes is indeed possible.
Source by Cindy McEntire