Eyelashes Can Eventually Grow Back (With Help)

As a kid, losing a lash that you would blow off your fingertip while making a wish was exciting. As an adult, not so much. There are a handful of reasons for lash loss, but the real question we all want answered: do lashes ever truly grow back? The short answer...yes! But regrowing your lashes can take some time. To give you a better understanding of how lashes grow, let’s look at the three-phase growth cycle:

Anagen Phase

This first phase is the active phase of the hair — when the new hair pushes the old hair up the follicle. The anagen phase typically lasts from 30 to 45 days.

Catagen Phase

The catagen phase is the transitional stage, and 3% of all hairs are in this phase at any time. Lasting about two to three weeks, this phase is when growth stops and the outer sheath attaches to the root of the hair.

Telogen Phase

Known as the resting phase, the telogen phase lasts for about 100 days. At this point, the follicle is completely at rest and the new hair is formed. Lashes remain here until they eventually fall out.

Kick-Start the Cycle

As long as there is no permanent damage to the eyelid or hair follicles, lashes typically grow back. But the process can take up to 16 weeks — much longer than most people would care to wait. That’s why we developed the LASH Follicle Fortifying Serum. In a 12-week clinical evaluation, our groundbreaking serum increased the length and fullness of participants’ eyelashes up to 60%. Made with skin-safe, naturally sourced, naturally derived ingredients and backed by 5 issued U.S. patents, our LASH formula is designed to help you achieve healthier, luxurious-looking lashes. We’re so confident that you’ll see results that we back each order with a 100% Lifetime Customer Satisfaction Guarantee!

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