Thick long eyelashes and how to grow them with Ecuri Super Lash Serum.
Thick long lashes are one of the most desirable features a woman can have.
Thick long and luscious eyelashes can change the entire look of face. Women spend lots of time to make their eyelashes look beautiful and attractive. However, you might be surprised to learn some known and rather less known if not mystifying facts about these funny little hairs that grow on our eyelids.
- Thick long lashes are not just a lovely feature on the face. Eyelashes have a very specific and important function. They are designed to prevent foreign objects from getting into the eyes. Each eyelash is a sensory element that reflexively shuts the eyelid whenever it is touched by dirt, dust or anything else that could possibly get into the eye. The upper lid typically has about 90 to 150 lashes on it, while the bottom has between 70 and 80 lashes. Most eyelashes grow to be about 10 mm long.
Eyelash and Hair Growth
- Hair growth is a defined feature of the body. Every hair on our body follows a specific growth cycle and will grow to a certain length. Hair follows a three-phase growth cycle and eventually falls out. Normally this is not something one should worry about. In fact, body hair, including eyelashes, completely replaces itself every few years. So, one can easily grow thick long lashes over and over again.
Anagen (Growth) Phase
The anagen phase or the growth phase is the phase when lashes are actively growing. It lasts between 30 and 45 days. Only about 40 percent of the upper lashes and 15 percent of the lower lashes are in the anagen phase at any one time. Each lash will grow to a specific length and then stop.
Catagen (Transition) Phase
The catagen phase is the transition phase. During this phase, the lash stops growing and the hair follicle shrinks. If an eyelash falls out or is plucked out during this phase, it won’t grow back right away. This is because the follicle needs to complete the catagen phase before it can move on to the next one. This phase lasts between 2 and 3 weeks.
Telogen (Resting) Phase
The telogen phase is the resting phase. This phase can last more than 100 days before the eyelash falls out and a new one begins to grow. Because each individual lash is in its own phase of the growing cycle, it’s typical for a few lashes to fall out each day. Niormally it takes between 4 and 8 weeks to fully replace an eyelash.
Can Ecuri Super Lash Serum enhance the growth of one’s eyelashes to make them thick and long?
In one simple word the answer to this is YES.
Thick long lashes and how to grow them with Ecuri Super Lash.
Because now we know exactly the growing mechanism of humane eyelashes and how and why they typically fall out, the beauty science used this knowledge and dveloped a naturally attuned serum that triggers a healthy growth of eyelashes over rather a short period of time, in just about 3 weeks.
The Ecuri Super Lash Serum containes biologically nutricious compounds that enable the anagen or the growing phase of lashes to speed up. At the same time it allows the resting or the catagen phase to slow dawn. This results in eyelashes growing faster, thicker and healthier. Besides, they stay in this condition longer before they naturally fall out again to be replenish by the new ones as the lashes own growing cycle commands.
Long thick lashes are now within your reach.
Apply the Ecuri Super Lash Serum once daily for about a couple of weeks with a light stroke of serum just on top of the eye lids at the roots of your lashes and that’s it! It’s very economic and lasts for months. It’s hypoalergene and doesn’t smell or feel like anything foreign to your body. Try it yourself and see the difference!
Thick long lashes and here are some astounding and fun facts about eyelashes:
- Our eyelashes fall out and completely replenish themselves every 150 days. They re-grow until they reach the optimum length, fall out, and replenish themselves again. Although everyone’s shedding cycle varies slightly in length, every set of human eyelashes goes through this pattern.
- Eyelashes are made up of only two things: water and keratin; to be specific, 97% keratin and only 3% water. Keratin is a protein that’s common in hair, skin, and nails, and natural silk!
- Human babies are born with eyelashes
- Our eyelashes begin growing before we are born. Science claims that our eyelashes start growing when we are 7-8 weeks along in the womb.
- Only mammals grow eyelashes. Cold-Blooded Animals Don’t Grow Eyelashes
- There are approximately 200 lashes on the upper lids, while the lower lashes have approximately 100 lashes. The lower lashes usually have about 50% the amount of the upper lashes.
- Healthy eyelashes fall out every day. Most people lose 1-5 natural eyelashes per day. If you’re not losing lashes daily, this may indicate a health problem.
- The average persons eyelashes grow as long as 10mm. However, the record holder of the longest lashes in the world are 6.4 cm long!
- Eyelashes are a part of your body for a purpose. They protect your eyes from sunlight, dust, and sweat.